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Time-lapse photos of three basic components of self-assembling materials, changing shape after being immersed in water. The top two are expanding "linear actuators," the bottom one a self-folding hinge. Image courtesy of the researchers

Time-lapse photos of three basic components of self-assembling materials, changing shape after being immersed in water. The top two are expanding "linear actuators," the bottom one a self-folding hinge. Image courtesy of the researchers

Nanotubes get cut and pasted: Reversible transformation between nanotubes and nanorings

Nanotubes get cut and pasted: Reversible transformation between nanotubes and nanorings

Physicists at Imperial College London found a simple way to physically prove an 80-year old theory by Breit and Wheeler and turn light into matter.

Physicists at Imperial College London found a simple way to physically prove an 80-year old theory by Breit and Wheeler and turn light into matter.

MIT chemical engineers have designed tiny particles that can “steer” themselves along preprogrammed trajectories and align themselves to flo...

MIT chemical engineers have designed tiny particles that can “steer” themselves along preprogrammed trajectories and align themselves to flo...

Bristling nanolayer: A new synthesis method enables the production of wafer-thin carbon layers

Bristling nanolayer: A new synthesis method enables the production of wafer-thin carbon layers

Graphene microsupercapacitors were created in polymer with a laser at Rice University's Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen. The room-temperature process makes graphene that may be suitable for electronics or energy storage. Credit: Tour Group/Rice University  Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2014-12-defects-laser-induced-graphene.html#jCp

Graphene microsupercapacitors were created in polymer with a laser at Rice University's Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen. The room-temperature process makes graphene that may be suitable for electronics or energy storage. Credit: Tour Group/Rice University Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2014-12-defects-laser-induced-graphene.html#jCp

The smart clothes that could beat the big freeze: Scientists reveal nanowire that could be used to give jackets their own ‘central heating’ [Futuristic Clothing: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-clothing/]

The smart clothes that could beat the big freeze: Scientists reveal nanowire that could be used to give jackets their own ‘central heating’ [Futuristic Clothing: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-clothing/]

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