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Process Systems, Reaction Engineering and Molecular Thermodynamics - News

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therapy focused to deep tumor Pulsing magnetic fields focus nanoparticles to deep targets
Released December 11, 2014
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perovskite crystal fabricated in the experiment Penn and Drexel team demonstrates new paradigm for solar cell construction
Released November 11, 2013
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an initiated chemical vapor deposition system Turning vapors into foam-like polymer coatings
Released October 14, 2013
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a silicon substrate with an array of electrodes Low-resistance Connections Facilitate Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes for Interconnects
Released October 30, 2012
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engineering graphic UCLA Discovery That Migrating Cells 'Turn Tight' Has Implications for Engineering Tissues, Organs
Released February 17, 2012
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2-D nets for 3-D shapes Researchers Find Best Routes to Self-assembling 3-D Shapes
Released December 7, 2011
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flaky crystal-type nanosheets Minnesota Discovery Could Make Fuel and Plastics Production More Energy Efficient and Cost Effective
Released October 12, 2011
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nanoscale holes Nano Fit-ness: Helping Enzymes Stay Active and Keep in Shape
Released April 6, 2011
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Vincent Tam Team Hopes to Cut Years Off Development Time of New Antibiotics
Released February 11, 2011
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Chih-hung Chang Advance Made in Thin-film Solar Cell Technology
Released April 20, 2010
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the organic circuit Organic Electronics a Two-way Street, Thanks to New Plastic Semiconductor
Released August 17, 2009
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Princeton REU student Claire Woo at work in the laboratory of Jay Benziger. Hydrogen-Powered Lawnmowers?
Released January 22, 2007
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Silicon-oxygen nanoparticles aggregate to form zeolites. Crystal Sieves, Born Anew
Released April 17, 2006
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