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How Nanowires Work

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?

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

How FIPEL Bulbs Work

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

How Ninja Particles Work

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

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

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

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)

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"?

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?

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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