Researchers design sensors that can detect single protein molecules
The system could lead to new breakthroughs in biopharmaceuticals.
Researchers make a graphene superconductor
Which doesn’t need to be chilled down to crazy temperatures to work.
Graphene-fed silkworms can spin super threads
It could lead to a new type of eco-friendly wearables and biodegradable implants.
Graphene key to promising treatment for spinal cord injuries
A rat with a severed spinal cord had "almost perfect motor control" after two weeks.
Carbon nanotube transistors promise faster, leaner processors
Researchers have finally overcome the limitations that prevent carbon nanotubes from outrunning their old-school counterparts.
Tesla coil zaps nanotubes into a self-assembling circuit
Next stop: self-assembly at a macro scale.
Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch
Technology that could help amputees in the future to feel touch once again.
IBM unlocks the secret to carbon nanotube transistors
Smaller, faster, more powerful computers? Myron Reducto approves.
Nanotube-soaked spiders spin super-strong silk
Orb spider silk, already among the toughest and strongest materials found in nature, could soon ge...