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play video  Energy Saver01.08.04
Fifty years from now, the world may need as much as four times the energy we use today. A Nobel Prize winner thinks nanotechnology could help.

play video  Mad Cow Clues12.24.03
Could the same sort of thing that causes mad cow disease actually do something useful?

play video  Bacteria Battery12.16.03
Instead of ending up in the trash, batteries of the future may run on trash.

play video  Instant Armor12.04.03
Nanotechnologists are working on a fabric that turns into lightweight armor on command.

play video  FBI Bullet Lead11.21.03
Are innocent people in jail because the FBI has been using faulty science?

play video  Super Screener11.13.03
One nanotechnologist wants to detect bioterror agents much more quickly, so sheís made a tiny sensor that works like our own cells.

play video  Toxin Eaters10.21.03
Scientists have found a new way to clean up polluted groundwater.

play video  Agre and Cells10.08.03
Nobel Prize winner Peter Agre explains the specially-designed cells that ensure we donít leak in the wrong places.

play video  Magnetic Medicine09.04.03
Scientists have discovered liquids that can be manipulated by magnets. One nanotechnologist thinks he can make them useful to medicine by putting a spin on them.

play video  Waterproof and Germ Proof08.28.03
Nanotechnologists are making lightweight fabric thatís waterproof and germ proof.

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