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Liquid Screen Protector to the Rescue

Tokyo, Japan (JPN) Nov 2016 - Butterfingered portable device users worried about the fragility of their smartphones and other gear can rest easy now, thanks to nanotechnology. Manila (the Philippines)-based startup Nanofix

Nanotechnology at your fingertips (Image: John Rogers/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

TECH GATE: Nanotechnology at your fingertips (Image: John Rogers/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Camouflage bandage that blends to your skin tone... COOL!

Fancy Friday: Ice Cream, Umbrellas and more

Camouflage bandage that blends to your skin tone. Though I do love cheesy colorful band aids!

Nano Technology

Mechanical Dragonfly Sculpture Popper Recycled Watch Parts Clockwork Arthropod Figurine Stems Lightbulb Arthropod Fly Gnat Gershenson via Etsy

Understanding Nanotechnology 38x26" Science Poster from American Educational Products This colorful poster defines 'nanotechnology' and presents countless applications in which this emerging field of

Understanding Nanotechnology - Science Poster, 38x26"

Understanding Nanotechnology Science Poster from American Educational Products This colorful poster defines 'nanotechnology' and presents countless applications in which this emerging field of

Is this a mosquito? No. It’s an insect spy drone.  It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home.

Drone Entrepreneurship: 30 Businesses You Can Start

Is this a mosquito? It’s an insect spy drone. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It

The living kitchen! nanotechnology that folds your sinks in and out of the wall. still blown away by how it works

The living kitchen! nanotechnology that folds your sinks in and out of the wall. still blown away by how it works - Tech Daily

These are quit interesting (well, except for #1- that one was a lame play on words...)

These are quit interesting (well, except for that one was a lame play on words.

Universal Cable Travel Organizer Wool Felt Case built-in 4-Port USB AC Adapter

Universal Cable Travel Organizer Wool Felt Case built-in USB AC Adapter (Travel Gadgets Diy)

Self-Healing Concrete Uses Bacteria, Activated by Water, to Fill Cracks, Here's Another Look

Self-Healing Concrete Uses Bacteria, Activated by Water, to Fill Cracks, Dutch researchers from TU Delft, have infused concrete with the bacillus bacteria to create a bio-concrete that has the ability to self-repair

State-of-the-art: The head is created with malleable material using soft-bodied mechanical engineering and nanotechnology. It contains realistic pores that measure just 4 to 40 nanometers across (there are 10million nanometers in one centimetre)

Amazingly lifelike humanoid has incredible range of facial expressions

mazingly lifelike humanoid that can react to facial expressions, engage in conversation and even make eye contact

Scientists have developed the first hybrid cell, which is capable of harnessing both motion and sunlight on a miniature scale. Nanogenerators can collect kinetic energy at the nanoscale by relying on piezoelectricity, and solar energy via existing dye-sensitized solar cell technology.

Scientists have developed the first hybrid cell, capable of harnessing motion and sunlight on a miniature scale. Nanogenerators collect kinetic energy at the nanoscale by relying on piezoelectricity, and solar energy via existing dye-sensitized solar cell

It’s a Small World - Nanotechnology science in agriculture http://insights.ifpri.info/2011/10/it%E2%80%99s-a-small-world/

Nanotechnology can be used to remove arsenic, a toxic chemical found in groundwater in some parts of the world, from drinking water by capitalizing on the attraction between arsenic and iron oxide.

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