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CMOS technology Chips that listen to bacteria
Released February 10, 2014
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Jae Kwon MU researcher develops virtual wall that could stop the spread of oil and could help build invisible barrier for oil spills
Released December 2, 2013
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Jason DiSanto receives a tongue piercing Clinical trial shows tongue-controlled wheelchair outperforms popular wheelchair navigation system
Released November 27, 2013
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image of water-repellent fabric UC-Davis Engineers Create Non-wetting Fabric That Drains Sweat
Released May 20, 2013
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photograph of integrated amplifiers Researchers Perform Fastest Measurements Ever Made of Ion Channel Proteins
Released May 20, 2013
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microchannel filled with liquid metal Researchers Create Self-healing, Stretchable Wires Using Liquid Metal
Released January 23, 2013
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the tube, filled with liquid metal Researchers Use Liquid Metal to Create Wires That Stretch Eight Times Their Original Length
Released December 18, 2012
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image of the body-monitoring chip Medical Vital-sign Monitoring Reduced to the Size of a Postage Stamp
Released November 15, 2012
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engineering graphic Researchers Develop New Way to Determine Amount of Charge Remaining in Battery
Released October 8, 2012
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image of an iPad under water with fish How Is a Kindle Like a Cuttlefish
Released September 26, 2012
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Yong Xu Wayne State's New Flexible Electronics Technology May Lead to New Medical Uses
Released August 28, 2012
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image of metal nanocrystals Self-assembling Nanocubes for Next-generation Antennas and Lenses
Released June 13, 2012
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an assembled flow cytometry chip Biochip-based Device for Cell Analysis
Released May 30, 2012
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Xudong Fan with the portable gas sensor Smart Gas Sensors for Better Chemical Detection
Released May 1, 2012
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flexible, transparent pressure sensors Miniature Pressure Sensors for Medical Touch
Released March 5, 2012
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tongue drive system embedded in a dental retainer Tongue Drive System Goes Inside the Mouth to Improve Performance and User Comfort
Released February 20, 2012
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image of a LED light LED Lights Point Shoppers in the Right Direction
Released January 26, 2012
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Updated September 21, 2011
artificial neural network Caltech Researchers Create the First Artificial Neural Network Out of DNA
Released July 20, 2011
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image of an inkjet-printed rectifying antenna Device Captures Ambient Electromagnetic Energy to Drive Small Electronic Devices
Released July 7, 2011
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a microchip with an array of nanosensors New Biosensor Microchip Could Speed Up Drug Development, Stanford Researchers Say
Released April 19, 2011
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Benjamin Clough Student Innovator at Rensselaer Uses Sound Waves, T-rays for Safer Detection of Bombs
Released March 9, 2011
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engineering graphic Liquid Metal Key to Simpler Creation of Electrodes for Microfluidic Devices
Released February 22, 2011
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 e-Sheet, a virtually indestructible e-device In February Journal, UC and Industry Researchers Predict Future of Electronic Devices
Released February 8, 2011
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arrays of dots dipped in luminol New Lab-on-chip Advance Uses Low-cost, Disposable Paper Strips
Released January 25, 2011
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Ken Shepard New Use for Nanoscale Transistors
Released January 24, 2011
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Masoud Agah Early Investigations Promising for Detecting Metastatic Breast Cancer Cells
Released January 10, 2011
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the Fit-to-Flow connector A 'USB' for Medical Diagnosis?
Released December 1, 2010
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a glass cloak Now You See It, Now You Don't
Released July 23, 2010
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graphene in a honeycomb structure Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Develop New Method for Mass-producing Graphene
Released June 21, 2010
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