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Loopy light: rings that delay photons may advance microchips. Jan 6, 2007 536
Some 'no' votes. Letter to the editor Jan 6, 2007 211
Ahead of the curve: novel morphing wing may reduce aircraft's fuel use. Dec 23, 2006 520
Super silicon: top semiconductor turns into a superconductor. Nov 25, 2006 400
The little chill: tiny wind generator to cool microchip hot spots. Nov 11, 2006 471
Dribble quibble: experiments find that new basketball gets slick. Brief article Nov 4, 2006 471
Vanishing actor: physicists unveil first invisibility cloak. Oct 21, 2006 527
Teasing apart nanotubes: fast-spun carbon fibers may feed an industry. Oct 14, 2006 399
Hot stuff: a usually ultracold, odd state forms when warm. Sep 30, 2006 558
Long-sought laser? Standard microchips may gain speedy optical connections. Sep 23, 2006 546
Wheel of life: bacteria provide horsepower for tiny motor. Sep 2, 2006 464
Lacy molecular order. Brief article Aug 26, 2006 126
Tricky transformation: bubbling gases tighten, then loosen, the grip of novel molecules on grime. Aug 19, 2006 501
On-chip lamp scores a bull's-eye. Brief article Aug 19, 2006 251
Hydrogen hopes in carbon shells. Aug 19, 2006 208
Nanotubes signal when engine oil needs changing. Brief article Aug 19, 2006 185
Microbial mug shots: telltale patterns finger bad bacteria. Aug 5, 2006 444
Hairy calculations: picturing tresses in a truer light. Jul 29, 2006 483
Terrific timekeeper: optical atomic clock beats world standard. Jul 22, 2006 456
Hot prospect: simple burner keeps pollution counts down. Jul 1, 2006 394
Looking into the future. Letter to the editor Jul 1, 2006 86
Greenhouse glass: squeezing and heating carbon dioxide yields exotic, see-through solid. Jun 17, 2006 408
String trio: novel instrument strums like guitar, rings like bell. Jun 3, 2006 448
Latitude adjustments. Letter to the editor Jun 3, 2006 118
Gripping tale: metal oozes in nanotubes' grasp. May 27, 2006 495
Speed bump: tip's tricks sort DNA, write at nanoscale. May 13, 2006 481
Universe in Flux: constant of nature might have changed. Apr 29, 2006 569
Abuzz about uranium. Brief article Apr 29, 2006 179
Switch-a-vision: electric spectacles could aid aging eyes. Apr 22, 2006 485
Cool idea. Letter to the editor Apr 1, 2006 194
Tipsy superfluids: glimpsing off-kilter quantum clouds. Mar 25, 2006 525
Meddling with metal: novel nanocontrol yields chromium rival. Mar 11, 2006 461
Beyond bar codes: tuning up plastic radio labels. Feb 11, 2006 460
Smashing success: accelerator gets cool upgrade. Feb 4, 2006 513
Thermonuclear squeeze: altered method extends bubble-fusion claim. Jan 21, 2006 437
Quantum chip: device handles ions as if they were data. Jan 7, 2006 520
Peek-a-bubble. Brief Article Dec 17, 2005 124
Instant nano blocks: one-step process makes trillions of DNA pyramids. Dec 10, 2005 366
Atom hauler: molecular rig snags multi-atom loads. Nov 26, 2005 432
Muck tech: natural enzyme displaces precious metal in fuel cell. Oct 29, 2005 495
Bionic bacteria: gold nanoparticles make gadgets of living microbes. Oct 22, 2005 441
Road warriors: robotic vehicles triumph over desert obstacles. Oct 15, 2005 466
Stepping lightly: new view of how human gaits conserve energy. Sep 17, 2005 475
Electronics gets Y's: nanotubes branch out as novel transistors. Sep 10, 2005 593
Relatively straightforward. Letter to the Editor Sep 10, 2005 137
Wings warp for birdlike agility. Brief Article Sep 3, 2005 134
Warm ice: frozen water forms at room temperature. Aug 27, 2005 485
Electronic leap: plastic component may lead to ubiquitous radio tags. Aug 13, 2005 446
Speed reader: gene sequencing gets a boost. Aug 6, 2005 566
Glints from inner space: sensing Earth's hidden radioactivity. Jul 30, 2005 528
Tapping tiny pores: nanovalves control chemical releases. Jul 23, 2005 458
Realistic time machine? New design could forgo exotic ingredient. Jul 16, 2005 453
Whisking whiskers: nanobrushes sweep up. Jun 18, 2005 389
Quantum bull's-eye: particle-mass prediction hits the mark. May 21, 2005 516
In its own image: simple robot replicates itself block by block. May 14, 2005 430
Extreme matter: mother of all material flows into view. Apr 23, 2005 569
On the bubbles. Letter to the Editor Apr 23, 2005 166
Built for speed: novel transistor design spurns limits. Apr 16, 2005 500
Open sesame: portable devices may achieve magnetic resonance views. Apr 9, 2005 428
Pinstripe electricity: novel fuel cell relies on thin, aqueous streams. Apr 2, 2005 407
Zoom in, drop out. Letter to the Editor Apr 2, 2005 111
Light's hidden holdup: reflected laser beams loiter a little. Mar 19, 2005 417
Electronic soup: molecules in acid broth act as circuit parts. Feb 26, 2005 525
Dial-a-splash: thin air quells liquid splatter. Feb 12, 2005 344
Outsmarting the Electronic Gatekeeper: code breakers beat security scheme of car locks, gas pumps. Feb 5, 2005 443
In a snap: leaf geometry drives Venus flytrap's bite. Jan 29, 2005 437
Micro musclebot: Wee walker moves by heart cells' beats. Jan 22, 2005 481
Twinkle toes: how geckos' sticky feet stay clean. Jan 8, 2005 447
Magnetic bit boost: quantum rewiring for computer memories. Dec 18, 2004 584
Swift lift: birds may get a rise out of swirling air. Dec 11, 2004 471
Lighthearted transistor: electronic workhorse moonlights as laser. Nov 20, 2004 405
Piddly puddle peril: little water pools foil road friction. Nov 13, 2004 524
Laser landmark: silicon device spans technology gap. Oct 30, 2004 483
Wake up, little surfers: riding waves toward tabletop accelerators. Oct 2, 2004 574
Spooky timing: quantum-linked photons coordinate clock ticks. Sep 25, 2004 550
Tiny timepiece: atomic clock could fit almost anywhere. Sep 4, 2004 461
Face to face: crystal-growth method bodes electric payoff. Aug 28, 2004 603
Warm reflections: window tint kicks in when it's hot. Aug 21, 2004 439
Inside plastic transistors: crystal-clear window opens on hidden flows. Jul 24, 2004 494
Grainy geyser: tall squirts reveal sand's liquid ways. Jul 10, 2004 447
Misbehavin' meson: perplexing particle flouts the rules. Jun 26, 2004 540
Why the thinnest sticky hairs rule. Brief Article Jun 26, 2004 221
New pass at neutrino mass. Brief Article Jun 26, 2004 198
Teleporting matter's traits: beaming information quantum-style. Jun 19, 2004 612
Corralling the mass maker: hunting ground shifts for elusive particle. Jun 12, 2004 611
Tiny tubes brighten bulbs: nanotubes beat tungsten in lightbulb test--maybe. Jun 5, 2004 363
Groovy pictures: extracting sound from images of old audio recordings. May 29, 2004 471
Punctured fluid stays riddled. May 15, 2004 430
A new brew for the computer industry. May 8, 2004 439
The electron's other charge: workhorse of electricity shows its weak side. May 1, 2004 531
Careening electrons may rev up solar cells. Apr 24, 2004 475
Melting ice turns oddly dense. Apr 10, 2004 553
Long-sought technology finally propels a plane. Apr 3, 2004 411
Eking more juice from batteries. Mar 20, 2004 413
Once-maligned claim rebounds. Mar 6, 2004 496
Hard stuff: cooked diamonds don't dent. Feb 28, 2004 510
The rat in the hat. Brief Article Feb 21, 2004 128
M&Ms pack more tightly than spheres. Feb 14, 2004 534
Two new elements made: atom smashups yield 113 and 115. Feb 7, 2004 430
Researchers watch nanofibers grow. Jan 31, 2004 463

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