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a molecular-sized pore in a graphene membrane Graphene Membranes May Lead to Enhanced Natural Gas Production, Less CO2 Pollution Says CU Study
Released October 8, 2012
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Adam Arkin and researchers A Welcome Predictability
Released October 8, 2012
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engineering graphic Scientists Use Prosthetic Device to Restore and Improve Impaired Decision-making Ability in Animals
Released September 13, 2012
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an electron being ripped from an atom CU-Boulder Physicists Use Ultrafast Lasers to Create First Tabletop X-ray Device
Released June 7, 2012
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engineering graphic DOE Researchers Achieve Important Genetic Breakthroughs to Help Develop Cheaper Biofuels
Released December 22, 2011
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CAD-type tools for engineering RNA components CAD for RNA
Released December 22, 2011
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engineering graphic Graphene Lights Up With New Possibilities
Released November 29, 2011
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arrangement of molecular building blocks Researchers Turn Viruses Into Molecular Legos
Released October 19, 2011
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Image of photovoltaic technology produced at Arizona State University. New Research Center to Make High-efficiency Solar Energy Technologies Sustainable, Ubiquitous, and Cost-effective
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of two students with electronic devices for the electric power transmission system. New Engineering Research Center to Make Electricity Transmission More Reliable, Secure, and Efficient
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of a University of Washington doctoral student interacting with a lifelike robotic hand. NSF Launches New Engineering Research Centers with Awards Totaling $74.0 Million
Released August 17, 2011
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Christiana Honsberg Arizona State University Taking Lead Role in Accelerating Solar Energy Advances
Released August 17, 2011
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Image of a University of Washington doctoral student interacting with a lifelike robotic hand. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Pursue Ideal Mind–Machine Interface
Updated August 9, 2011
Image of an infiltration testbed with instruments to assess groundwater recharge and recovery. New NSF Engineering Research Center Plans to Transform Urban Water Systems
Updated July 20, 2011
the new 3D telepresence system Moving Holograms: From Science Fiction to Reality
Released November 3, 2010
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confocal fluorescence images being displayed Replacing Hydrogen in Fluorescent Dyes Improves Detection Ability, Stability and Shelf Life
Released July 20, 2010
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engineering graphic Smart Lighting: New LED Drops the 'Droop'
Released January 13, 2009
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