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Structural supercapacitors take a load on

Device could allow house walls to store energy

A quantum accelerometer is being built for navy submarines

Atomic interference will guide vessels without GPS

Tiny gold bars focus light into graphene

Creation and control of surface plasmon polaritons could boost opto-electronics

Hybrid technology developed for 2D electronics

Different materials integrated into a single electronic device

Laser mimics biological neurons using light

Micropillars are the latest bright idea for artificial brains

How to make a quantum random-number generator from a mobile phone

Cheap, high-quality cameras could improve cryptography

Shape matters when nanoparticles fight cancer

Tiny rods and cubic cages move deep into tumours

Physicists sound-out acoustic tractor beam

New technique could be used in a range of medical treatments

Lattice mismatch opens up a band gap in graphene

Physicists find new way of fine-tuning electronic properties

Did slippery sand help Egyptians build the pyramids?

A little bit of water cuts friction in half

Sistine Chapel artworks seen in a new light

Tuned LEDs will illuminate masterpieces without causing damage

How to build a quantum Newton's cradle

Proposal to bounce wavefunction along a 1D Bose–Einstein condensate

New lens could turn your phone into a microscope

High-quality DIY lens is cheap to make and could help diagnose diseases

Ultrathin material glides from metal to semiconductor

New insights into molybdenite could lead to better electronics

Physicists create frictionless flow by adding more friction

Counterintuitive effect could lead to better processing of materials