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10.12.16
Graphene-fed silkworms can spin super threads
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Graphene-fed silkworms can spin super threads

It could lead to a new type of eco-friendly wearables and biodegradable implants.

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09.20.16
Graphene key to promising treatment for spinal cord injuries
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Graphene key to promising treatment for spinal cord injuries

A rat with a severed spinal cord had "almost perfect motor control" after two weeks.

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09.05.16
Carbon nanotube transistors promise faster, leaner processors

Carbon nanotube transistors promise faster, leaner processors

Researchers have finally overcome the limitations that prevent carbon nanotubes from outrunning their old-school counterparts.

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10.16.15
Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch
10.16.15

Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch

Technology that could help amputees in the future to feel touch once again.

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10.01.15
IBM unlocks the secret to carbon nanotube transistors
10.01.15

IBM unlocks the secret to carbon nanotube transistors

Smaller, faster, more powerful computers? Myron Reducto approves.

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05.05.15
Nanotube-soaked spiders spin super-strong silk
05.05.15

Nanotube-soaked spiders spin super-strong silk

Orb spider silk, already among the toughest and strongest materials found in nature, could soon ge...

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