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nanomaterials

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New nanomaterial could detect, neutralize explosives

Scientists have come up with a material, essentially an ink, that they say could be used to safely test liquids brought on board airplanes.

By March 31, 2011

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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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Scientist's $40 microwave zaps better heat-to-power materials

Rensselaer researchers say sulfur-doped and microwave-cooked nanomaterials could lead to refrigerators with no moving parts or cars that make electricity from waste heat.

By January 18, 2012

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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 February 22, 2011

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EnerG2 ultracapacitor plant eyes auto, grid storage

Start-up opens DOE-funded pilot facility to make nanomaterials optimized for energy storage in ultracapacitors and batteries for hybrid vehicles or grid storage.

By August 10, 2010

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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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Researchers develop new 3D nanomaterial

Nanopaper shaped into three-dimensional forms ends what has been holding scientists back, researchers say. Photos: Pulp meets nanotech

By August 22, 2006

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A road map for safer nanotech?

Information on the long-term health effects of nanomaterials remains scarce, so a group of researchers offers recommendations to fill the void.

By October 20, 2005

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Massachusetts, California best states for nanotech

Got a degree in nanomaterials and wondering where to move? Try Massachusetts, but stay out of the Dakotas or Arkansas.

By January 25, 2005