Nanoparticles

12.14.15
Nanoparticle-based windows could switch colors on demand
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Nanoparticle-based windows could switch colors on demand

The same materials inside stained glass windows could lead to color-changing windows.

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10.31.15
Medicine-covered nanoparticles could help stroke victims
10.31.15

Medicine-covered nanoparticles could help stroke victims

Scientists combined existing blood clot busting techniques with tiny nanoparticles to help stroke victims

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09.25.15
This tiny nanoscale wrench can tinker with molecules
09.25.15

This tiny nanoscale wrench can tinker with molecules

Utilizing molecular chirality has lead to the development of the cutest wrench you'll (never) see.

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08.10.15
Nano-sized 'yolks' should lead to longer-lasting batteries
08.10.15

Nano-sized 'yolks' should lead to longer-lasting batteries

Eggs might just inspire a breakthrough in battery longevity.

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03.18.15
Light therapy now treats even the deepest cancer
03.18.15

Light therapy now treats even the deepest cancer

Light therapy is a safe, easy way to kill cancer and treat other diseases, but it's normally limit...

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02.02.15
Scientists make a Mobius strip of laser light
02.02.15

Scientists make a Mobius strip of laser light

Unless you count incidents in Star Trek episodes, Möbius strips don't really occur in nature...

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12.16.14
Scientists dream up a credit card that no one can forge
12.16.14

Scientists dream up a credit card that no one can forge

One downside of bank cards is that, with the right equipment and know-how, they're pretty easy to...

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08.28.14
Researchers working on nanobots that directly attack tumors to cure cancer
08.28.14

Researchers working on nanobots that directly attack tumors to cure cancer

For all the advancements we've made with technology and medicine, a cure for cancer still eludes u...

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07.14.14
$20 reusable chip detects type-1 diabetes quickly and cheaply
07.14.14

$20 reusable chip detects type-1 diabetes quickly and cheaply

Researchers from Stanford University have developed a microchip that could make it much less costl...

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