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December 22/29, 2008

Electric sponge promises color e-paper

Come up with the right type of sponge and you have the main ingredient for a new color display. [more]

Feds falling down on nano risks

The US government's research into the health and environmental impacts of nanomaterials is inadequate, according to a National Research Council study. [more]

Magnetic biochip spots cancer

Combine magnetic nanoparticles and disk drive head sensors and you have a sensitive cancer detector. [more]

Chip stores single photons

Come up with a solid material that can store single photons and you're a step closer to memory chips for quantum networks. [more]


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