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Researchers enhance boron nitride nanotubes for next-gen composites.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
5.22.2018
12:37pm
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Tunable third harmonic generation in graphene paves the way to high-speed optical communications and signal processing.
by Sian Fogden, Graphene Flagship
5.22.2018
12:14pm
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A single-injection vaccine could offer a new way to help eradicate the disease worldwide.
by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
5.22.2018
12:05pm
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Potentially paving the way toward advanced computers, lasers, or optical devices, researchers have revealed new effects in tiny electronic devices called quantum dots. In their work, the researchers developed and applied analysis methods that will help...
by Sam Million-Weaver, University of Wisconsin-Madison
5.22.2018
11:41am
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While technology has certainly changed, the R&D 100 Award’s dedication to recognizing great R&D pioneers and their revolutionary ideas has remained the same.
by R&D Magazine Editors
5.22.2018
9:43am
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Nanorobotics team demonstrates their new capability to manufacture optical nanotechnologies.
by American Institute of Physics
5.21.2018
1:40pm
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Graphene surface allows researchers to control cell behavior with light — a technique that could speed the search for more precise, less toxic therapeutic drugs.
by Heather Buschman, PhD, UC San Diego
5.21.2018
1:06pm
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A research team discovered the exceptional capabilities of a moth’s cocoon fibers to reflect sunlight and to transmit optical signals and images. This could help develop methods to spin artificial fibers mimicking the natural fibers’ nanostructures and...
by Columbia University
5.21.2018
12:49pm
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Nanoparticles derived from tea leaves inhibit the growth of lung cancer cells, destroying up to 80 percent of them.
by Swansea University
5.21.2018
11:09am
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New approach improves practicality of high-sensitivity sensors for cancer, other diseases.
by The Optical Society
5.18.2018
12:35pm
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Engineers and technicians are installing flight thermal blankets on the structure that supports the James Webb Space Telescope's secondary mirror in a cleanroom at Northrop Grumman.
by NASA
5.18.2018
12:22pm
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Researchers are using nanotechnology to enable biopsy-free skin disease diagnosis and progression monitoring in response to therapy.
by SLAS
5.18.2018
11:24am
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Researchers have made the first observations of waves of atomic rearrangements, known as phasons, propagating supersonically through a vibrating crystal lattice — a discovery that may dramatically improve heat transport in insulators and enable new...
by Dawn Levy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
5.18.2018
11:05am
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New technology has biomedical, soft robot, and other applications.
by Todd B. Bates, Rutgers University
5.18.2018
10:47am
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5.17.2018
12:16pm
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An international team of researchers has developed a technique to manipulate the electrical conductivity of graphene with compression, bringing the material one step closer to being a viable semiconductor for use in today’s electronic devices.
by Jessica Guenzel, Columbia University
5.17.2018
12:14pm
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Among the chief complaints for smartphone, laptop and other battery-operated electronics users is that the battery life is too short.
by University of Missouri
5.17.2018
12:03pm
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A researcher’s project aims to produce devices that operate mechanically on direct exposure to light.
by Sonia Fernandez, UC Santa Barbara
5.17.2018
11:45am
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New research gives insight into a recent experiment that was able to manipulate an unprecedented number of atoms through a quantum simulator.
by University of Leeds
5.17.2018
11:25am
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Scientists have developed the smallest and cheapest ever equipment for detecting people by smell. It could be used in the search for people buried by an earthquake or avalanche.
by Fabio Bergamin, ETH Zurich
5.17.2018
11:17am
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MR Solutions is broadening its range of preclinical scanners with the launch of four CT models. This range of CT scanners is designed to operate alone or with the clip on PET and SPECT imaging systems.
5.16.2018
5:34pm
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An ultrafast sensor which binds to glutamate will allow scientists to visualize messaging at the synapses — which occurs on a millisecond timescale.
by St George's, University of London
5.16.2018
11:57am
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An implantable medical device that attracts and kills circulating cancer cells can be used for early diagnosis and treatment of metastasized cancer.
by University of Texas at Arlington
5.16.2018
11:48am
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This new device can be used to explore heat transport on the micro- and nano-scales, and in optical microscopy and synchrotron radiation experiments.
by Tokyo Institute of Technology
5.16.2018
11:28am
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Researchers discover that cresols disperse carbon nanotubes at unprecedentedly high concentrations.
by Amanda Morris, Northwestern University
5.16.2018
10:59am
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Recently passed U.S. laws, including the FDA Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) and the 21st Century Cures Act, have renewed the discussion on clarifying the Least Burdensome Provision concepts.
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A research team has developed targeted nanocarrier systems to increase the delivery rates of therapeutic formulations and their specific uptake into the target cells.
by Nanosystems Initiative Munich
5.15.2018
12:50pm
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New devices with capabilities far beyond those of conventional sensors can be built by borrowing concepts from quantum mechanics.
by Advanced Science Research Center at The Graduate Center, CUNY
5.15.2018
12:38pm
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Researchers have documented the movement of lithium as it cycles across a next-generation lithium battery made entirely of solid components.
by NIST
5.15.2018
12:05pm
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Accumulating over time, even low concentrations of silver can foil wastewater treatment.
by Steve Lundeberg, Oregon State University
5.15.2018
11:53am
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For pharmaceuticals manufacturers, the best method of ensuring containment is minimizing human contact.
by George Kemper, RA, BHDP Architecture; and Ray Doyle, WB Engineers + Consultants
5.15.2018
10:57am
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The FDA has cautioned consumers to dispose of eggs produced by Rose Acre Farms in their North Carolina farm facility, due to an outbreak strain of Salmonella Braenderup that has affected nine states.
5.14.2018
11:22am
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A new technique that uses tiny elastic balls filled with fluorescent nanoparticles aims to expand the understanding of the mechanical forces that exist between cells, researchers report.
by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
5.14.2018
10:57am
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Scientists discover how a pinch of salt can improve battery performance.
by Queen Mary University of London
5.14.2018
10:44am
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A boost for graphene-based light detectors.
by ICFO — The Institute of Photonic Sciences
5.14.2018
10:20am
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Scientists have discovered a unique growth mechanism to produce atomically thin semiconductor ribbons that can serve as a building block for high-performance nanoelectronic devices.
by National University of Singapore
5.14.2018
10:11am
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Researchers have successfully fabricated the largest-scaled quantum chip and demonstrated the first two-dimensional quantum walks of single photons in real spatial space, which may provide a powerful platform to boost analog quantum computing for quantum...
by Shanghai Jiao Tong University
5.14.2018
10:04am
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5.14.2018
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Say goodbye to the slogan “diamonds are forever.” For industries that use dry lubricant, the up-and-coming phrase is more likely to be “broken nanodiamonds are forever.”
by Sue Vorenberg, Argonne National Laboratory
5.11.2018
11:19am
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