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K. Barry Sharpless Scripps Research Institute chemists uncover powerful new click chemistry reactivity
Released August 14, 2014
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cyanostar molecules Chemists demonstrate 'bricks-and-mortar' assembly of new molecular structures
Released July 31, 2014
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images showing the color change of the sensor film New revolutionary sensor links pressure to color change
Released April 30, 2014
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transparent sulfur plastic lens Better thermal-imaging lens from waste sulfur
Released April 18, 2014
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Released April 14, 2014
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Rice University researchers Rice lab clocks 'hot' electrons
Released January 30, 2014
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carbon nanotubes encapsulated within a hydrogel Nanotube-based sensors can be implanted under the skin for a year
Released November 3, 2013
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a new technique called mbPAINT Scientists use blur to sharpen DNA mapping
Released October 7, 2013
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Released August 16, 2013
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Released June 17, 2013
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Released June 13, 2013
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Released January 27, 2013
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Released December 17, 2012
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Released November 19, 2012
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 a coated titanium dioxide nanocrystal New Twist on Old Chemical Process Could Boost Energy Efficiency
Released June 7, 2012
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a model of a cucurbituril UMD Team Gives Drug Dropouts a Second Chance
Released May 4, 2012
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dark plasmons "Dark Plasmons" Transmit Energy
Released February 9, 2012
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molecular building blocks Molecular Frameworks Show Potential for Better Solar Cells
Released April 11, 2011
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butterfly on the sensor New Artificial Skin Could Make Prosthetic Limbs and Robots More Sensitive
Released September 12, 2010
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plasmonics Look at Mie!
Released March 12, 2010
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