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Graphene coatings may offer the ability to control the water evaporation process from various surfaces, according to new research.
by IOP Publishiing
7.13.2018
11:05am
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Blast trauma, such as from injuries sustained during combat, can lead to internal bleeding in major organs including the brain.
by University of Maryland Baltimore County
7.13.2018
10:43am
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Researchers have shown that nanoclusters made from boron and lanthanide elements form highly stable and symmetric structures with interesting magnetic properties.
by Brown University
7.13.2018
9:39am
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In a “proof of concept” study, scientists have successfully delivered nano-size packets of genetic code called microRNAs to treat human brain tumors implanted in mice.
by Johns Hopkins University
7.13.2018
9:31am
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There are tips and tricks that can contractors off on a good start with building managers and help sway a prospective client in your direction.
by Ron Segura, Segura & Associates
7.13.2018
12:00am
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Tiny, nano-sized crystals of salt encoded with data using light from a laser could be the next data storage technology of choice, following research by Australian scientists.
by University of South Australia
7.12.2018
10:44am
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New technology is literally shedding light on some of the smallest particles to detect their presence – and it’s made from tiny glass bubbles.
by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
7.12.2018
10:26am
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Onychomycosis, a nail fungus that causes nail disfigurement, pain, and increased risk of soft tissue infection, impacts millions of people worldwide.
by George Washington University
7.12.2018
10:15am
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Terahertz radiation can be used for a wide variety of applications and is used today for airport security checks just as much as it is for material analysis in the lab.
by Vienna University of Technology
7.12.2018
9:47am
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Engineers have created clothing that can charge your cell phone.
by University of Cincinnati
7.12.2018
9:29am
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Prudential Cleanroom Services has opened a new cleanroom laundry processing facility in New Hampshire.
by Controlled Environments staff
7.12.2018
12:00am
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Directly converting electrical power to heat is easy. It regularly happens in your toaster, that is, if you make toast regularly. The opposite, converting heat into electrical power, isn’t so easy.
by Sandia National Laboratories
7.11.2018
9:47am
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All matter is composed of atoms, which are too small to see without powerful modern instruments including electron microscopes.
by University of Vienna
7.11.2018
9:35am
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Physicists have discovered that superconducting nanowires made of MoGe alloy undergo quantum phase transitions from a superconducting to a normal metal state when placed in an increasing magnetic field at low temperatures.
by University of Utah
7.11.2018
9:24am
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Programming the body’s immune system to attack cancer cells has had promising results for treating blood cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia.
by Anne Trafton, MIT
7.11.2018
9:11am
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The facility features three Class 100,000 cleanrooms to accommodate medical-grade tubing and components production plus one Class 10,000 cleanroom that will produce pharma-grade tubing.
by Controlled Environments staff
7.11.2018
12:00am
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A standard sounds easy to meet, but semiconductor manufacturers know cleanroom standards are anything but run-of-the-mill.
by David Roe, ABM Industries
7.11.2018
12:00am
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Researchers have found a nanobody that holds promise to advance targeted therapies for a number of neurological diseases and cancer.
by Case Western Reserve University
7.10.2018
9:57am
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In the journal Angewandte Chemie, researchers present a method by which methacrylate-based, homogenously crosslinked, tailored, tough polymers can be made - even at high resolution for 3D printing.
by Wiley
7.10.2018
9:45am
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Different from the inorganic counterparts like silicon, organic semiconductors can operate under bending or stretching. Usually a thinner film can have stronger capability to bend.
by University of Hong Kong
7.10.2018
9:39am
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Phase change random access memory (PCRAM) has been successfully applied in the computer storage architecture, as storage class memory, to bridge the performance gap between DRAM and Flash-based solid-state drive.
by Science China Press
7.10.2018
9:28am
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A team of engineers has developed a prototype bandage designed to actively monitor the condition of chronic wounds and deliver appropriate drug treatments to improve the chances of healing.
by Tufts University
7.10.2018
9:20am
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There are many sophisticated tools for measuring the conditions inside a cleanroom facility. These tools, their precision readings, and the monitoring they allow, are essential to keeping the equipment and conditions up to the required standards for...
by Dewayne Galyon, SSOE Group
7.10.2018
12:00am
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Whisking heat away from the circuitry in a computer’s innards to the outside environment is critical: Overheated computer chips can make programs run slower or freeze, shut the device down altogether or cause permanent damage.
by University of Texas at Dallas
7.9.2018
9:59am
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Nanofiber-based wound dressings loaded with vitamin D spur the production of an antimicrobial peptide, a key step forward in the battle against surgical site infections, or SSIs.
by Oregon State University
7.9.2018
9:28am
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Transistors are tiny switches that form the bedrock of modern computing; billions of them route electrical signals around inside a smartphone, for instance.
by University of Maryland
7.9.2018
9:18am
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The approach is based on the ancient arts of origami (making 3-D shapes by folding paper) and kirigami (which allows cutting as well as folding) but applied to flat materials at the nanoscale, measured in billionths of a meter.
by David L. Chandler, MIT
7.9.2018
9:09am
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Graphene foam can be used as a “bioscaffold” to mesh with human stem cells and grow new cartilage.
by Anna Webb, Boise State University
7.9.2018
12:00am
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Reactions to newly enacted U.S./China trade tariffs are mixed.
7.9.2018
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CDC has reported 212 laboratory-confirmed cases of cyclosporiasis in persons from four states who reportedly consumed the vegetable trays.
by FDA
7.6.2018
11:42am
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A mission 60 years in the making, Parker Solar Probe will make a historic journey to the Sun’s corona, a region of the solar atmosphere.
by Justyna Surowiec, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
7.6.2018
11:32am
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Chemists have developed a molecular system capable of very precise optical pressure measurements. The gemstone ruby served as the source of inspiration.
by Universitaet Mainz
7.6.2018
10:45am
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An international team of researchers has created a narrow-band UV photodetector based on indium oxide nanocrystals embedded in a thin film of aluminum oxide.
by Lobachevsky University
7.6.2018
10:19am
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Scientists have developed a tagging device using Ferritin, which enables proteins to be viewed inside a human cell.
by University of Warwick
7.6.2018
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Porous materials shed light on environmental purification.
by Osaka University
7.5.2018
10:38am
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Adding an inert polymer to plastic solar cells enables high efficiency and easy production.
by Stony Brook University
7.5.2018
10:21am
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A research team has now reconstructed the protein complex responsible for transport within cilia, which plays a decisive role in their functioning.
by Technical University of Munich
7.5.2018
10:16am
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Extracting information quickly from quantum states is necessary for future quantum processors and super-sensitive detectors in existing technologies.
by Aalto University
7.5.2018
10:02am
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This is the first attempt to stretch the battery separator, positioned between the anode and the cathode.
by Joo Hyeon Heo, UNIST
7.5.2018
9:50am
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Scientists pump up chances for quantum computing.
by University of Adelaide
7.3.2018
12:06pm
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