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Using Carbon Nanotubes for Non-Volatile Memory with DRAM Performance & Unlimited Endurance
Of course, we're regularly promised that this kind of thing is
"a couple of years away", but they seem to actually be at the mass
production stage now (if in small sizes).
nanotech  carbon  memory  computers  technology 
june 2015 by andrewducker
Solar cells made through oil-and-water 'self-assembly'
The team made a working device comprising 64,000 elements in just three minutes.
science  solarpower  nanotech 
january 2010 by andrewducker
Hot nanotube sheets produce music on demand
Very neat piece of tech. Will probably be years before it hits the streets though.
music  speakers  technology  nanotech 
november 2008 by andrewducker
Nanotechnology kills cancer cells
Researchers find a way to get carbon nanotubes into cancer cells and then heat them up until they explode!
cancer  technology  nanotech  medicine 
august 2005 by andrewducker

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