Nanotechnology for liposuction? Scientists say yes.
A group of Rice University researchers create a “forest” of nanotubes that can collect water from desert air without using any energy at all.
Scientists put nano-sized DNA computers in cockroaches and turn the insects into living 8-bit computers for intelligent drug delivery.
Korean scientists develop electronic patch that can monitor Parkinson’s disease symptoms and deliver drugs when needed.
MIT combines plants with nanotechnology, making them capable of producing energy and even acting as pollution sensors.
Want a cell phone that you can roll up and put in your pocket? Gold nanomesh could be the secret ingredient that makes that happen.
Scientists at MIT use nanoparticles to create a perfectly transparent and low-cost projection screen.
Researchers at the University of California Berkeley develop material with carbon nanotubes that automatically respond to light.
International nanotechnology students unite to develop the world’s first LEGO atomic force microscope.
Scientists discover first practical use for new solar steam and nanoparticle technology: the sterilization of medical equipment.