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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 September 28, 2011

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Could nanowire skin help robots do the dishes?

UC Berkeley engineers have developed a low-power e-skin of touch-sensitive nanowire mesh that may help robots manipulate fragile objects.

By September 12, 2010

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One-atom-tall wires could extend Moore's Law

A team of researchers has shown that it is possible to fabricate low-resistivity nanowires at the smallest scales imaginable by stringing together individual atoms in silicon.

By January 6, 2012

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Start-up Solasta seeks growth in solar nanowires

The company, now backed by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, is raising money for next-generation solar cell technology built around arrays of "nanocoax" wires.

By November 17, 2009

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One step closer to age of nanowire transistors?

IBM-Purdue researchers say nanowires may work in making PCs, consumer electronics because they form the same way every time.

By November 14, 2008

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Nanotube ink turns paper into batteries

Stanford researchers coat paper with carbon nanotubes and silver nanowires to serve as electricity storage devices. Go ahead, crumple it.

By December 9, 2009

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Nanowires built to fight bioterrorism

Nanowire "bar code" system designed for use in portable, quick-acting sensors that can detect pathogens.

By August 8, 2006

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A tenfold improvement in battery life?

Stanford researchers say silicon nanowires could help extend the life of a lithium ion battery for laptops from 4 hours to 40 hours.

By January 15, 2008

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Can HP fool Moore's Law?

Researchers are replacing the communication wires inside chips with an overhead grid of tiny nanowires. That could help chips keep shrinking.

By January 15, 2007

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Nanowire or nanotube? Intel looks ahead

The company discloses a number of tech changes and research avenues that will direct future chip development. The nanotechnology era is here, and Intel is looking at all the options.

By September 12, 2002