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Exploring nanomaterials for a solar breakthrough (photos)

MIT and oil company Eni open the doors to the Eni-MIT Solar Frontiers Research Center, where researchers are experimenting with materials and equipment for low-cost solar.

8 Images By May. 5, 2010

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'RoboCop' not so sci-fi anymore

Nanosuits, powerful prosthetics, and brain-computer interfacing seemed far-fetched when the original movie hit theaters. Now, with a remake nearly three decades later, the plot is closer to reality than you may think.

By Feb. 11, 2014

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Researchers getting closer to 'everlasting battery'

Imagine a world where the battery on your favorite device doesn't get low anymore. Researchers in Australia may have finally found the key to an everlasting battery.

By Jun. 21, 2011

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Coming to a printer near you: Electronics manufacturing

At PARC, researchers are developing a new technology for printing everything from transistors to smart labels to semiconductors.

By May. 31, 2013

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Nanowires give you heart of gold, literally

In the future, your heart could be repaired with gold nanowire cell patches.

By Sep. 28, 2011

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Two for one: Quantum dot solar cells boost power

Researchers seek third-generation solar cells able to capture high-energy photons normally wasted as heat to boost solar efficiency and lower costs.

By Dec. 17, 2011

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Stanford tweaks recipe for quantum dot solar cells

Researchers tinker with nanomaterials in an effort to improve the efficiency of cheap quantum-dot-sensitized solar cells.

By Feb. 22, 2011

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MIT researchers print solar cell on paper

The Eni-MIT Solar Frontiers Research Center is experimenting with nanomaterials for solar cells that can be coated onto paper and other flexible substrates.

By May. 5, 2010

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Do new water technologies stand a chance?

With stingy, risk-averse customers, it's tough to commercialize new water purification technologies. Start-ups are focusing on a niche to get a foothold.

By Jun. 15, 2011