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An illustration of multilayer graphene supported on an amorphous SiO2 substrate. Making graphene work for real-world devices
Released April 24, 2014
Discovery
encoded PUA particles on a dollar bill Tiny particles could help verify goods
Released April 13, 2014
News From the Field
DNA hydrodynamics The motion of the medium matters for self-assembling particles, Penn research shows
Released April 9, 2014
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engineering graphic Crib mattresses emit potentially harmful chemicals, Cockrell School engineers find
Released April 2, 2014
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a 3-D visualization of a simulated wind-farm Wind energy: On the grid, off the checkerboard
Released April 1, 2014
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photoacoustic test equipment Heat-conducting polymer cools hot electronic devices at 200 degrees C
Released March 30, 2014
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Andrea Dietrich Tests elucidate the odor properties of the contaminants affecting West Virginia residents
Released March 26, 2014
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engineering graphic New technique sheds light on human neural networks
Released March 24, 2014
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Andrea Dietrich (left), and Amanda Sain Chemical spill activates Virginia Tech engineers in effort to determine long-term effects
Released March 10, 2014
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a sampling device called a Ponar Grab Ambitious new pollution targets needed to protect Lake Erie from massive 'dead zone'
Released February 26, 2014
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Douglas Kniss Breast cancer cells less likely to spread when one gene is turned off
Released February 26, 2014
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bacteria swimming in flowing water Researchers find that going with the flow makes bacteria stick
Released February 23, 2014
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human stem cells on the polymer scaffolds Regenerating orthopedic tissues within the human body
Released February 18, 2014
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fertilizer being spread Screening wastewater biosolids for environmental contaminants
Released February 13, 2014
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a 300 ým x 300 ým x 100 ým Mag-ýBot with a claw New advance in 3-D printing and tissue engineering technology
Released February 11, 2014
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Hui Hu examines ice on a test model Iowa State's icing wind tunnel blows cold and hard to study ice on wings, turbine blades
Released February 11, 2014
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image of the brain controlled robot Mind-controlled quadcopter demonstrates new possibilities for people who are paralyzed
Released February 10, 2014
Science Nation
blue and red neurons Optogenetic toolkit goes multicolor
Released February 9, 2014
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strips developed at Rice University Quick test finds signs of diarrheal disease
Released February 6, 2014
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a map of a portion of the material Penn researchers 'design for failure' with model material
Released February 6, 2014
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Partha Mitra is contributing to the construction of the first 3-D map of the mouse brain. NSF-funded researchers describe their cutting-edge brain research
Released February 6, 2014
Discovery
 image showing cells responding to stress from various blood flows Mechanical engineer studies flow of blood vessels related to diabetes and resulting heart disease
Released February 6, 2014
Discovery
Goodall  with two students he mentored An integrated computer modeling system for water resource management
Released January 31, 2014
Discovery
Researchers next to a river collecting water samples NSF awards rapid response grants to study West Virginia chemical spill
Released January 30, 2014
Press Release
Rice University researchers Better proteins capture a boon for drug manufacturers
Released January 22, 2014
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engineering graphic Study: Electric drive vehicles have little impact on U.S. pollutant emissions
Released January 21, 2014
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image of kudzu, or Japanese arrowroot Dispersal patterns key to invasive species' success
Released January 20, 2014
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researchers James Dumesic and Jeremy Luterbacher Renewable chemical ready for biofuels scale-up
Released January 16, 2014
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VERSABALL picking up a shock absorber Innovative soft robotics technology spawns new products
Released January 9, 2014
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Robin Gerlach looks at a vial Montana State University research on algal biofuels keys larger study
Released December 30, 2013
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