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The open-sources Molecular Control Toolkit allows users to control 3D representations of molecules with hand gestures, eliminating the need to learn to complicated mouse and keyboard combinations and making it easier for scientists to visualize molecular constructions.
A Ukrainian animation company that specializes in imagining advancements in nanotechnology has released a concept video of a microbot able to scrub artherosclerotic plaques from the vessel walls, offering an inspiring new way to help reduce the chance of heart attacks or strokes.
Hatachi Solutions has developed a new item management system which helps to improve traceability in manufacturing facilities. Item IDs are printed using stealth ink, which is hard to see with the naked eye, but made visible with UV light. Each ID is associated with unique production data.
Researchers at Harvard have utilized 3D printing and nanotechnology to create a microbattery that has electrochemical performance comparable to commercial batteries in terms of charge and discharge rate, cycle life and energy densities. The microbatteries can be used to power very small devices.