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How Nanowires Work

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Nanowires are incredibly thin structures that have an incredible length-to-width ratio. Learn about nanowires and how nanowires are created.

Could nanocrystals be the next big fuel source?

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Nanocrystals have exciting new potential in energy production. Learn more about the place of nanocrystals in alternative energy on HowStuffWorks.

How FIPEL Bulbs Work

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FIPEL bulbs last a long time and are energy-efficient. Learn about the new FIPEL bulb technology at HowStuffWorks.

How Ninja Particles Work

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Ninja particles may solve two issues that plague modern medicine: antibiotic-resistant bacteria and biofilms. Learn more about them at HowStuffWorks.

How Nanorobots Will Work

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Nanorobots will one day be able to swim through the bloodstream and treat medical conditions. Learn more about nanorobots and how nanorobots work.

How Biomimicry Works

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Biomimicry is the practice of imitating models in nature to create better forms and processes. Learn how biomimicry influences sustainable design.

Pee-resistant Paint: Coming to a Train Station Near You

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Some cities are trying out pee-resistant paint. HowStuffWorks Now checks if it works.

It's the End of Moore's Law as We Know It (But Not Really)

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Moore's famous 50-year law may have only a few years left. HowStuffWorks Now investigates whether computers will soon hit peak performance.

What happens when you thaw a "corpsicle"?

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A corpsicle is a person that is frozen and then thawed at a later date. Find out what happens when a corpsicle is thawed.

What will Earth look like in 5,000 years?

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The Earth in 5,000 years would be a very different place because of climate change. Learn about the Earth in 5,000 years.

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