A Fully-Functioning Nanotube Radio

A team of researchers at UC Berkeley have invented a radio made of a single carbon nanotube. The device is just a few billionths of a metre in size — so small that it could fit inside a living cell, or float along in your bloodstream — via Gizmodo

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