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In case you missed it (ICYMI), here are some of the stories that made headlines in the world of cleanrooms and nanotechnology in the past week.
6.27.2016
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Control static electricity, and the particles it attracts, with Terra Universal’s hand-held Ionizing Blow-Off Gun.
6.27.2016
10:39am
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Water-based material could be used to make artificial skin, longer-lasting contact lenses.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office
6.27.2016
10:32am
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The study advances understanding of the thermoelectricity of semiconducting materials at near-zero temperature.
by Tokyo Institute of Technology
6.27.2016
10:20am
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In movies and television series, audio tapes or other devices self-destruct after delivering the details of impossible missions. Scientists have taken it to a new level with an electron-beam writing technique that induces the deposition of carbon on a...
by Department of Energy, Office of Science
6.27.2016
10:06am
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Coating to make soap pour cleanly out of plastic bottles, reduce waste and frustration.
by Pam Frost Gorder, Ohio State University
6.27.2016
9:49am
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By a slim margin, voters in the United Kingdom have elected to leave the European Union, in a move dubbed “Brexit.” What does this mean for the British science and technology community?
6.24.2016
12:44pm
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This discovery opens up new ways to transfer organic nanostructures from metal surfaces onto more suitable substrates for molecular electronics.
by Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin
6.24.2016
11:43am
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Technique allows sharper detail — and more information — with near infrared light.
by Jeannie Kever, University of Houston
6.24.2016
11:28am
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Scientists increase the efficiency of solar cells by replicating the structure of petals.
by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
6.24.2016
11:11am
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For the first time, chemists have been able to reproduce one of the crucial phases of natural photosynthesis with artificial molecules.
by University of Basel
6.24.2016
11:03am
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Rapid discovery power is similar to what gene chips offer biology.
by Megan Fellman, Northwestern University
6.24.2016
10:58am
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The 3D-printed model allowed doctors to study the patient’s kidney in 3D to determine how to best remove the tumor as it was located in a precarious location adjacent to vital arteries and veins.
by Intermountain Medical Center
6.24.2016
10:50am
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Three ways to get your employees to sell.
by Bob Phibbs
6.23.2016
12:25pm
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Scientists have discovered an unexpected mineral in a rock sample at Gale Crater on Mars, a finding that may alter our understanding of how the planet evolved.
by Mark Garcia, NASA
6.23.2016
11:59am
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Researchers have pioneered an innovative new technique to make flexible screens more effective and efficient. They have discovered that a material adapted from the “wonder material” graphene can substantially improve the effectiveness of large, flat,...
by University of Exeter
6.23.2016
11:37am
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Self-assembling protein icosahedral shells open possibilities of shipping cargo into living cells or fashioning small chemical reactors.
by Leila Gray, University of Washington
6.23.2016
10:56am
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Real-life brain studies thanks to nanotechnology.
by University of Twente
6.23.2016
10:25am
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Scientists have developed a new kind of bio-ink, which could eventually allow the production of complex tissues for surgical implants. The new stem cell-containing bio ink allows 3D printing of living tissue, known as bio-printing.
by University of Bristol
6.23.2016
9:52am
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An international collaboration has now demonstrated a completely new approach to increase data density in storage media, using ultra-short laser pulses.
by Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin
6.22.2016
11:32am
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Production of oxidation-resistant copper alloy nanoparticles by electrical explosion of wire for printed electronics.
by Go Kawamura, Toyohashi University of Technology
6.22.2016
11:18am
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A research team has been able to understand and manipulate DNA to more finely tune the flow of electricity through it. The key findings, which can make DNA behave in different ways, pave the way for an exciting new avenue of research advancements.
by Arizona State University
6.22.2016
11:01am
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Researchers have developed a new analysis method that uses magnetic fields to quickly and accurately measure the concentration of aluminum used to purify tap water. These findings can potentially be used in developing efficient and environmentally-...
by Kobe University
6.22.2016
10:43am
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Under ultra-high vacuum conditions, germanene grows on semiconductors.
by University of Twente
6.22.2016
10:33am
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Scientists have made ultra-thin photovoltaics flexible enough to wrap around the average pencil. The bendy solar cells could power wearable electronics like fitness trackers and smart glasses.
by Catherine Meyers, American Institute of Physics
6.21.2016
11:57am
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Researchers have developed an innovative nanoplatform that allows them to effectively deliver RNAi agents to suppress tumor growth and reduce metastasis in preclinical models of anaplastic thyroid cancer, the most aggressive form of thyroid cancer.
by Brigham and Women’s Hospital
6.21.2016
11:40am
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Researchers have found a better way to “herd” electrons in solar fuel devices.
by University of British Columbia
6.21.2016
10:54am
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DNA nanowire improved by altering sequences.
by Duke University
6.21.2016
10:16am
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6.20.2016
3:25pm
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In case you missed it (ICYMI), here are some of the stories that made headlines in the world of cleanrooms and nanotechnology in the past week.
6.20.2016
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by Patricia Fripp
6.20.2016
12:37pm
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Unveiling the distinctive features of a promising industrial microorganism.
by Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
6.20.2016
12:06pm
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Researchers have developed a hybrid photodetector comprising an active colloidal quantum dot photodiode integrated with a graphene phototransistor.
by The Institute of Photonic Sciences
6.20.2016
11:50am
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A new trick for controlling emission direction in microlasers.
by Tony Fitzpatrick, Washington University in St. Louis
6.20.2016
11:27am
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The new analysis approach brings two unique atomic structures into focus.
by Brookhaven National Laboratory
6.20.2016
10:56am
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A supplier of adult bedroom toys has ventured into the world of graphene, by designing a condom inspired by the super-strong material.
6.17.2016
12:54pm
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Enhancement to super-resolution microscopy shows orientation of individual molecules, providing a new window into DNA’s structure and dynamics.
by The Optical Society
6.17.2016
11:31am
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Researchers have produced a photoswitch comprising just one photosensitive molecule whose electrical conductivity can be turned on and off by light. The device may, with further development, have potential in solar energy harvesting and light-sensing...
by Tim Wogan, Royal Society of Chemistry
6.17.2016
11:24am
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Layered perovskites “turn off” polarity under excess strain, surprising researchers.
by Amanda Morris, Northwestern University
6.17.2016
11:16am
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By doping a thermoelectric material with minute amounts of sulfur, a team of researchers has found a new path to large improvements in the efficiency of materials for solid-state heating and cooling and waste energy recapture.
by Mary L. Martialay, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
6.17.2016
11:01am
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