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Solid objects that are invisible to the naked eye, powering devices with your own sweat, reversible adhesion that will enable devices to be attached to anything, anywhere – these were some of the ideas discussed by University of Auckland senior lecturer Dr Michelle Dickinson in her hour-long session on nanotechnology at Microsoft’s TechEd 2014.
IBM researchers in Zurich have demonstrated a patterning technique capable of creating structures measuring just 15 nanometers.
A start-up is using nanotechnology in a new product designed to turn ordinary cellphone photos and video into professional quality images.
Researchers at Stanford University have used nanotechnology to create lightweight, bendable batteries out of paper.
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