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Researchers generate first images of 129 DNA structures.
by Laurie Chong, Berkeley Lab
2.23.2018
12:32pm
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A combined memristor and transistor can process information and store memory with one device.
by Amanda Morris, Northwestern University
2.23.2018
12:04pm
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Researchers peer inside mammalian cells, producing intricately detailed, 3-D images of the tiny structures within and tracking molecules’ subtle movements.
by Taylor Kubota, Stanford University
2.23.2018
11:40am
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A new cellular messenger may help reveal how cancer cells co-opt the body’s intercellular delivery service to spread to new locations in the body.
by Weill Cornell Medicine
2.22.2018
11:21am
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Molecular technique holds potential to make chemistry greener and more precise.
by Andrew Gordon and Louise Lerner, University of Chicago
2.22.2018
11:14am
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A new materials-based approach yields a smaller, higher-performing alternative to the classic design.
by James Badham, UC Santa Barbara
2.22.2018
10:55am
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The user-friendly system continuously monitors blood flow, and shows if stroke treatment is working.
by The Optical Society
2.22.2018
10:27am
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Lead magnesium niobate (PMN) is a prototypical “relaxor” material, used in a wide variety of applications, from ultrasound to sonar. Researchers have now used state-of-the-art microscopy techniques to see exactly how atoms are arranged in PMN — and it’s...
by Matt Shipman, North Carolina State University
2.22.2018
9:40am
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2.21.2018
12:32pm
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Control over light-emitting properties of tiny semiconductor platelets may yield new opportunities for innovative optics utilizing quantum phenomena.
by U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science
2.21.2018
12:30pm
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A tapering silicon hole could lead to better drug testing.
by Tohoku University
2.21.2018
11:59am
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A narrow, invisible beam from a laser emitter can deliver charge to a smartphone sitting across a room — and can potentially charge a smartphone as quickly as a standard USB cable.
by James Urton, University of Washington
2.21.2018
11:16am
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Researchers have achieved a unique molecule breakthrough just in time for the Winter Games.
by Zachary Boehm, Florida State University
2.21.2018
10:28am
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An international team of scientists has developed a water-soluble “warped nanographene,” a flexible molecule that is biocompatible and shows promise for fluorescent cell imaging. The new nanographene molecule also induces cell death when exposed to blue...
by Nagoya University
2.20.2018
12:12pm
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A team led by engineers has used data mining and computational tools to discover a new phosphor material for white LEDs that is inexpensive and easy to make. Researchers built prototype white LED light bulbs using the new phosphor. The prototypes...
by Liezel Labios, UC San Diego
2.20.2018
11:30am
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The study shows how DNA can be folded using “DNA origami” to form a cylinder more than 1,000 times smaller than the width of a hair. This cylinder can then be filled by the proteins that in our body selectively transport material into and out of the...
by University College London
2.20.2018
11:12am
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A new study shows how tiny, light-powered wires could be fashioned out of silicon to provide these electrical signals. The study offers a new avenue to shed light on — and perhaps someday treat — brain disorders.
by Louise Lerner, University of Chicago
2.20.2018
11:02am
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Food scientists have created novel magnetic nanoparticles for screening of pesticide residue in vegetables, which takes under two hours.
by National University of Singapore
2.20.2018
10:33am
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2.19.2018
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The “intense pulsed light sintering” method uses high-energy light over an area nearly 7,000 times larger than a laser to fuse nanomaterials in seconds.
by Todd B. Bates, Rutgers University
2.16.2018
11:01am
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Researchers have developed a new therapeutic material, based on nanofibers made of polycaprolactone modified with a thin-film antibacterial composition and plasma components of human blood.
by National University of Science and Technology MISIS
2.16.2018
10:25am
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To untangle the effects of nanoparticles on microbes, look at the genes.
by Virginia Tech
2.16.2018
10:05am
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Instead of requiring two different temperature inputs at the same time, the new system takes advantage of the swings in ambient temperature that occur during the day-night cycle.
by David L. Chandler, MIT News Office
2.16.2018
9:47am
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The research combines synthetic biology, to artificially produce proteins, and targeted drug delivery, to direct the synthetic cell to abnormal tissues.
by Kevin Hattori, American Technion Society
2.15.2018
12:45pm
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Researchers can now send light deep into the brain to study neural activities.
by National University of Singapore
2.15.2018
12:34pm
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Patients often choose not to undergo dental procedures because it’s invasive and can be painful. Scientists recently have turned to nanotechnologies to target therapeutics to specific locations.
by American Chemical Society
2.15.2018
11:29am
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In the study, a collaborative research team showed that Raman spectroscopy (a form of light scattering) can provide more extensive characterization of intertube excitons.
by Los Alamos National Laboratory
2.15.2018
10:46am
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Sydney’s iconic harbor has played a starring role in the development of new technology that could save lives around the world.
by CSIRO
2.15.2018
10:34am
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Photonic chips guide single photons, even when there are bends in the road.
by E. Edwards, Joint Quantum Institute
2.13.2018
4:57pm
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Researchers have found a new, more efficient way for the water industry to safely remove micropollutants from water without increasing their carbon footprint.
by University of Bath
2.13.2018
4:53pm
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Tiny drug-delivering capsules could sustain transplanted insulin-producing cells for diabetics.
by Liz Ahlberg Touchstone, University of Illinois
2.13.2018
4:49pm
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The scientists who introduced laser-induced graphene have enhanced their technique to produce what may become a new class of edible electronics.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
2.13.2018
4:43pm
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Tissue paper sensors show promise for health care, entertainment, robotics.
by Jackson Holtz, University of Washington
2.13.2018
12:06pm
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While DNA nanowires have been in development for some time, the new method produces a unique three-dimensional biosensor for better effectiveness than flat, two-dimensional sensors.
by David Callahan, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
2.13.2018
11:50am
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A new injectable delivery system can slowly release drug carriers for months.
by Amanda Morris, Northwestern University
2.13.2018
11:01am
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2.13.2018
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Scientists have successfully programmed nanorobots to shrink tumors by cutting off their blood supply.
by Arizona State University
2.13.2018
9:52am
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Researchers have fabricated two types of trilayer graphene with different electrical properties.
by Tohoku University
2.12.2018
11:34am
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