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The nanowire sensors can measure strain and pressure, and are flexiable enough to work over the range of motion required by prosthetics. How these nanoparticles behave inside the body is one of the issues that needs to be resolved. The behavior of nanoparticles is a function of their size, shape and surface reactivity with the surrounding tissue. The intent is to target cancers that use the lymp nodes to spread through the body.

Also, nanoparticles show a tendency to aggregate, and such aggregates often behave differently from individual nanoparticles. Researchers have demonstrated a molecular motor that can be controlled by electrons from a scanning tunneling microscope tip. Carbon nanotubes are poised to become a major traded commodity with the potential to replace major conventional raw materials.

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The researchers believe this technique could be applied to cooling a wide range of devices, from electronics devices to fusion reactors. This complicates the experimental analysis as larger nanoparticles might have different properties from smaller ones. Many people need a resource for learning about and keeping up with changes in the field.

Researchers have produced yarn from carbon nanotubes coated with diamond. Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed sensors using silver nanowires that may be useful in robots and prosthetics. Researchers believe this nanofiber can be used in compact and inexpensive blood purification systems as an alternative to dialysis.