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Six gigabits per second is the fastest yet outside lab conditions.
Infrared technology may become a lot cheaper and easier to use.
Intense blasts 'sweep away' imperfections in the crystals.
Personal filtration devices save lives by cleaning contaminated water.
Five of the best science images of the week.
Scientists maximise electricity generation by splitting the spectrum.
Are physicists putting themselves out of a job?
'Anything that one man can imagine, another man can make real.'
Technological skills seldom seen elsewhere more than 35,000 years later.
It was developed to 'see' planes, but some are all but invisible.
But the spread-on polymer film has a variety of uses beyond the cosmetic.
The grass' nanocellulose fibres reinforce and strengthen latex.
The search for a better 3D-printed scaffold.
Laying the foundation for new green materials.
Scientists make 'lasing capsules' simply and cheaply.
Bio-inspired prototype 61% brighter for the same energy.
Traffic management platform passes test with flying colours.
Measuring radiation is a simple matter of counting.
'The equivalent of drone-eye vision anywhere on the surface of Mars.'
Researchers develop an extremely stretchable new material.
Different types of coal can be used as different kinds of semi-conductors.
The vital system that shuttles information around a quantum computer.
Self-propelled, lead-guzzling, swimming bots to the rescue.