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September 15/22, 2008

Quantum weirdness promises better imaging

Link two photons via the quantum weirdness Einstein called spooky action at a distance, keep one photon and bounce the other off an object, and you have a way to dramatically reduce... [more]

Cancer nanoparticles get the picture

Bundle a magnetic nanoparticle, a fluorescent quantum dot and a chemotherapy drug in a package one 100th the size of a red blood cell... [more]

Tiny popping lids make cheap memory

Trap tiny amounts of water between layers of electrically conductive plastic and you have an inexpensive way to store data. [more]

Black expands plastic display palette

Combine a plastic that switches between black and transparent with plastics that change color, and you're a step closer to practical, high-contrast plastic displays. [more]

Reversing time promises invisibility

Bounce light off the right material surrounding an object and the beams reverse course and return toward their source as though you were running time backwards. Reflect the reversed light off an ordinary mirror and you can make the object disappear. [more]


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