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polyelectrolytes Researchers develop models to study polyelectrolytes, including DNA and RNA
Released August 21, 2014
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a fold-crease Mathematical models explain how a wrinkle becomes a crease
Released June 25, 2014
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close-up of structural supercapacitor Liberating devices from their power cords
Released May 19, 2014
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silver nanowire sensor mounted onto a thumb joint Silver nanowire sensors hold promise for prosthetics, robotics
Released January 16, 2014
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tiny interwoven fibers Duke engineers make strides toward artificial cartilage
Released December 13, 2013
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silicon chip with porous surface New device stores electricity on silicon chips
Released October 22, 2013
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the hydrogel grabber Researchers create "soft robotic" devices using water-based gels
Released August 2, 2013
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three ruga states and how they form Ironing Out the Origins of Wrinkles, Creases and Folds
Released July 17, 2013
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News thumbnail Eavesdropping on Lithium Ions
Released July 8, 2013
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transfection of the dextran Alexa Fluor 488 dye Single-cell Transfection Tool Enables Added Control for Biological Studies
Released May 21, 2013
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image of a boat with scum on the side Novel Materials Shake Ship Scum
Released January 31, 2013
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crumpled graphene Controlled Crumpling of Graphene Forms Artificial Muscle
Released January 23, 2013
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droplet deformation as voltage increases Droplet Response to Electric Voltage in Solids Exposed
Released October 23, 2012
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clusters of nanoparticles and strands of DNA Researchers Find Gold Nanoparticles Capable of "Unzipping" DNA
Released June 20, 2012
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buckled nanotubes look like squiggly lines Researchers Devise New Means For Creating Elastic Conductors
Released January 24, 2012
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microscope probing the San Andreas fault Penn and Brown Researchers Demonstrate Earthquake Friction Effect at the Nanoscale
Released November 30, 2011
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microscope image of cell growth on GaN Research Finds Gallium Nitride Is Nontoxic, Biocompatible--Holds Promise for Implants
Released October 24, 2011
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plasmonic airy beam Shooting Light a Curve
Released August 11, 2011
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the hybrid plasmon polariton nanoscale waveguide Nanoscale Waveguide for Future Photonics
Released May 31, 2011
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 a silicon waveguide Graphene Optical Modulators Could Lead to Ultrafast Communications
Released May 8, 2011
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engineering graphic Stretched Rubber Offers Simpler Method for Assembling Nanowires
Released February 28, 2011
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News thumbnail GRIN Plasmonics
Released January 24, 2011
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coils of silicon nanowire Coiled Nanowires May Hold Key to Stretchable Electronics
Released January 11, 2011
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researchers using a dynamic mechanical analyzer Iowa State, Ames Lab Researcher Developing Bio-based Polymers That Heal Cracks
Released January 6, 2011
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mobius converter Strange New Twist: Berkeley Researchers Discover Möbius Symmetry in Metamaterials
Released December 20, 2010
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schematic of a plasmon laser Scientists Take Plasmon Lasers Out of Deep Freeze
Released December 19, 2010
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nanotubes buckle and twist How Do You Cut a Nanotube? Lots of Compression
Released December 16, 2010
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Vivek Shenoy with a graduate student Graphene's Strength Lies in Its Defects
Released November 11, 2010
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football players Improving Armor, Helmets and Diagnosis
Released August 4, 2010
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atoms of oxygen in a graphene sheet A New Approach to Finding and Removing Defects in Graphene
Released May 28, 2010
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