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The tiny structures could be next-generation solution for smaller electronic devices.
by Katherine Kornei, UCLA
12.8.2017
10:48am
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The “accident” led the researcher to an important insight: the water vapor in his breath had condensed on the device, causing the nanofilter to adhere ever so neatly to the sensor.
by University of Rochester
12.8.2017
10:25am
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Surrounding region seeks to become “Graphene Valley.”
by University of Adelaide
12.8.2017
10:12am
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By shrinking samples of metallic glass to nanoscale size, researchers have discovered they can create new materials with potentially new applications.
by William Weir, Yale University
12.8.2017
9:49am
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These patient-specific organ models, which include integrated soft sensors, can be used for practice surgeries to improve surgical outcomes in thousands of patients worldwide.
by University of Minnesota
12.7.2017
12:01pm
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Toxicity study shows plant growth enhanced by — but only by — purified nanotubes.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
12.7.2017
11:43am
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DNA bricks enable self-assembly of 3D nanostructures from 10,000 unique components, advancing DNA nanotech from Mega to GigaDalton scale.
by Benjamin Boettner, Harvard’s Wyss Institute
12.7.2017
11:11am
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12.7.2017
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Scientists "paint" the world's smallest Mona Lisa on the world's largest DNA canvas.
by Lori Dajose, Caltech
12.6.2017
4:52pm
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It’s December, which means that the holiday gift-buying season is in full swing. Need some help finding the perfect gift for an aficionado of science, technology, engineering, or math? Controlled Environments has you covered!
12.6.2017
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Combining the characteristics of aqueous and organic electrolytes into a hybrid version increases VGN performance in supercapacitors, while KOH activation improves nanostructure and charge storage capacity.
by AIP News Staff
12.6.2017
10:58am
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Imagine a bottle of laundry detergent that can sense when you’re running low on soap — and automatically connect to the Internet to place an order for more.
by Jennifer Langston, University of Washington
12.6.2017
10:26am
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Researchers have mapped the proteins that cause cell death in type 2 diabetes.
by University of Michigan
12.6.2017
10:01am
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The “wonder material” is at the forefront of a sports footwear revolution.
by University of Manchester
12.6.2017
9:55am
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Scientists have developed a mesoporous material with molecularly tunable parameters.
by Brookhaven National Laboratory
12.6.2017
9:32am
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These findings push at the frontier of graphene spintronics technologies.
by ICN2
12.5.2017
10:45am
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The data collected can be sent directly to a smartphone.
by Clara Marc, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
12.5.2017
10:17am
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Because of its strength, which is comparable to Kevlar, and high elasticity, spider silk has gained increased attention for its potential use in medicine. Researchers are hopeful that it can be used as scaffolding for tissue repair, or for drug delivery...
by David Callahan, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
12.5.2017
10:04am
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Combination of chemotherapy and drug that forces tumor cells into lethal state shows promise for other cancers.
by Lynn Anderson Davy, University of Iowa
12.5.2017
9:55am
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The innovative design may open new opportunities for 3-D-printing technology.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office
12.4.2017
12:48pm
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The discovery could lead to revolutionary handheld disease diagnostic system.
by University of Minnesota
12.4.2017
11:57am
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Scientists have developed a new low-cost, environmentally friendly photon upconversion platform that achieves high thermal stability using deep eutectic solvents. Deep eutectic solvents are an emerging class of solvents that are a cost-effective and...
12.4.2017
11:13am
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Pharmaceutical scientists have developed a cost-effective method to produce cell-derived nanovesicles for bio-inspired drug delivery applications.
by National University of Singapore
12.4.2017
10:27am
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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope recently emerged from Chamber A at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston on Dec. 1 to prepare for its upcoming move to California.
by Eric Villard, NASA
12.4.2017
10:14am
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Fluorescent carbon nanotube probes used to achieve first in vivo success.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
12.1.2017
11:13am
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Visible signals from the brain and heart are measured.
by Technical University of Munich
12.1.2017
10:43am
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The additional functionalities could be used in medical implants or devices incorporating flexible electronics.
by TU Delft
12.1.2017
10:07am
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Imagine a microscopic gold pill that could travel to a specific location in your body and deliver a drug just where it is needed. This is the promise of plasmonic nanovesicles.
by University of Texas at Austin
12.1.2017
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11.30.2017
12:10pm
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A research team has successfully synthesized cement at the nano-level, according to the "brick and mortar" principle behind the way that sea urchin spines are constructed.
by University of Konstanz
11.30.2017
11:49am
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The results could have far-reaching implications for many applications based on hBN-encapsulated graphene, sometimes referred to as the next generation graphene platform, owing to its superior electrical properties.
by Institute of Photonic Sciences
11.30.2017
11:29am
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The vaccine stimulates a multi-pronged immune attack, and inhibits tumor-induced immune suppression.
by National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering
11.30.2017
10:54am
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The new ORS-5 SensorSat satellite is fulfilling a critical need for situational awareness in space.
by Dorothy Ryan, Lincoln Laboratory, MIT
11.30.2017
10:14am
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A Russian cosmonaut has claimed that living bacteria found on the outside of the International Space Station came from outer space.
11.29.2017
12:22pm
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Transistors based on carbon nanostructures: what sounds like a futuristic dream could be reality in just a few years' time.
by Karin Weinmann, Empa
11.29.2017
11:29am
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The research team found that by adding tin to the nanoparticle’s germanium core, its lattice structure better matched the lattice structure of the cadmium-sulfide coating, which allows the particles to absorb more light.
by Ames Laboratory
11.29.2017
11:09am
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Bacterial biofilms are almost always involved in device-associated and post-operative infections and account for approximately half of all the estimated 700,000 to 2 million hospital infections annually.
by University of Maryland
11.29.2017
10:49am
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Samsung has revealed that it has developed a “graphene ball” technology made of graphene-silica that could potentially charge smart phones up to five times faster than current methods.
11.28.2017
12:02pm
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Drug-delivering nanoparticles hunt down and obliterate elusive cancer stem cells.
by Liz Ahlberg Touchstone, University of Illinois
11.28.2017
11:33am
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Computer simulations have helped a team of researchers to develop a peptide that is able to detect the tensional state of tissue fibers. This paves the way for completely novel research approaches in medicine and pharmacology.
by Simone Ulmer, ETH Zürich
11.28.2017
10:18am
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