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Reflecting the structure of composites found in nature and the ancient world, researchers have synthesized thin carbon nanotube textiles that exhibit both high electrical conductivity and toughness.
by Rick Kubetz, University of Illinois
4.25.2017
10:21am
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Brown University researchers have developed a new composite catalyst that can perform four separate chemical reactions in sequential order and in one container to produce compounds useful in making a wide range of pharmaceutical products.
by Kevin Stacey, Brown University
4.25.2017
10:14am
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If carefully controlled, the same process that creates rust – metal oxidation – could offer scientists ways to advance state-of-the-art battery or drug delivery technologies.
by Joan Koka, Argonne National Laboratory
4.25.2017
10:06am
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Researchers at RMIT have successfully completed phase one human trials of ingestible capsules that have the potential to revolutionize the prevention and diagnosis of gut disorders and diseases.
by RMIT University
4.25.2017
9:58am
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Researchers have now developed an easy way to manipulate the optical properties of plasmonic nanostructures that strongly depend on their spatial arrangement.
by Aalto University
4.24.2017
9:55am
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A single sheet of graphene, comprising an atom-thin lattice of carbon, may seem rather fragile. But engineers at MIT have found that the ultrathin material is exceptionally sturdy, remaining intact under applied pressures of at least 100 bars.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT
4.24.2017
9:49am
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The concept of a perfect lens that can produce immaculate and flawless images has been the Holy Grail of lens makers for centuries.
by Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH)
4.24.2017
9:41am
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Internal short-circuit method (ISC) is also called direct contact (DC) method. The pre-lithiated can achieved through direct physical contact between negative electrode and lithium metal with electrolyte in pressure.
by World Scientific
4.24.2017
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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.
4.21.2017
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Mass production technology for silicon based ultraviolet light sensors, suitable for smartphones and wearable devices in the Internet of Things era, has been jointly developed by a research team.
by Tohoku University
4.21.2017
10:58am
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Technology could help doctors take guesswork out of physical exams.
by UC San Diego
4.21.2017
10:37am
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The next revolution in medicine and sustainability is in the water.
by Northwestern University
4.21.2017
9:48am
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New innovation to be trialed within 12 months.
by Catrin Newman, Swansea University
4.21.2017
9:33am
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4.21.2017
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With the depletion of nonrenewable energy sources and the increase of pollution, researchers have turned to finding ways to harness clean energy from cheap alternative sources.
by Ashley Diel, University of Toledo
4.20.2017
11:08am
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Researchers have shown how to create a rechargeable “spin battery” made out of materials called topological insulators, a step toward building new spintronic devices and quantum computers.
by Emil Venere, Purdue University
4.20.2017
10:52am
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A new technique may vastly reduce the overall cost of wafer technology and enable devices made from more exotic, higher-performing semiconductor materials than conventional silicon.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office
4.20.2017
10:13am
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A once forgotten element holds promise for the future of electronics.
by William Weir, Yale University
4.20.2017
10:04am
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A research team has created more flexible neural electrodes that minimize tissue damage and still transmit clear brain signals.
by Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology
4.20.2017
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4.20.2017
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The way that nanoparticles behave in the environment is extremely complex. There is currently a lack of systematic experimental data to help understand them comprehensively, as environmental scientists have shown in a large overview study.
by Fabio Bergamin, ETH Zurich
4.19.2017
11:08am
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Researchers have identified a compensatory mechanism in bacteria that might be used in the future as a new therapeutic target against multi-drug resistant bacteria.
by Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
4.19.2017
11:03am
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After administration of the drug, the survival rate of infected shrimp was 80 percent.
by Tomsk Polytechnic University
4.19.2017
10:50am
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The fabrics could potentially be useful for large antennas and other deployable devices, because the material is foldable and its shape can change quickly. The fabrics could also eventually be used to shield a spacecraft from meteorites, for astronaut...
by Elizabeth Landau, NASA
4.19.2017
10:05am
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New technique using nano-antennas to make photonic integrated devices smaller with a broader wavelength range could transform optical communications
by Holly Evarts, Columbia Engineering
4.18.2017
1:53pm
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Nanoparticles turn immune cells into leukemia-fighting powerhouses while they’re still inside the body.
by Sabrina Richards, Fred Hutch News Service
4.18.2017
1:28pm
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Lab to work with Alphabet Energy to develop a low-cost thermoelectric system.
by Julie Chao, Berkeley Lab
4.18.2017
10:01am
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Tiny needles simplify data gathering to probe diseases, test drugs.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
4.18.2017
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Functional nanomaterials made easy.
by Sandia National Laboratories
4.18.2017
9:48am
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4.18.2017
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A new adhesive sensor that costs around a dollar can save patients the discomfort and pain resulting from leaky intravenous drips.
by A*STAR
4.17.2017
11:27am
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An eco-friendly method to synthesize DNA-copper nanoflowers with high load efficiencies, low cytotoxicity, and strong resistance against nucleases has been developed by researchers.
by Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
4.17.2017
11:15am
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Researchers have developed new sensor molecules that brighten up when the material they are incorporated into comes under heavy mechanical stress.
by Wilko Duprez, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
4.17.2017
10:56am
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NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S satellite was lifted into a thermal vacuum chamber to test its ability to function in the cold void of space in its orbit 22,300 miles above the Earth.
by NASA
4.17.2017
10:24am
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Printing presents an easy, highly scalable, sustainable manufacturing method for space travelers.
by Amanda Morris, Northwestern University
4.13.2017
11:50am
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Treating infections to disrupt bacteria.
by Nova Southeastern University
4.13.2017
11:41am
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