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A neuron is turned on by light Capitol Hill briefing on mysteries of the brain: Frontiers in neuroscience
Released July 6, 2015
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students with a crystal of SmB<sub>6</sub> To conduct, or to insulate? That is the question
Released July 2, 2015
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a seahorse clinging to grass Tough tail of a seahorse may provide robotic solutions
Released July 2, 2015
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collage of images showing students, solar panels, a lab Red Rocks and Ivy Tech teams place first and second in NSF Community College Innovation Challenge
Released June 26, 2015
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chemistry graphic What your clothes may say about you
Released June 24, 2015
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light polarizes silicon nuclear spins Spintronics advance brings wafer-scale quantum devices closer to reality
Released June 24, 2015
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single file diffusion Giving atoms their marching orders
Released June 24, 2015
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a new arrangement of solar cell ingredients UCLA chemists devise technology that could transform solar energy storage
Released June 18, 2015
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a mantis shrimp Mantis shrimp inspires new body armor and football helmet design
Released June 17, 2015
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chemistry graphic A new way to image surfaces on the nanoscale
Released June 17, 2015
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radioactive iodine-125 atoms on a gold surface Scientists are first to see elements transform at atomic scale
Released June 15, 2015
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Young Duck Kim and Prof. James Hone World's thinnest lightbulb--graphene gets bright!
Released June 15, 2015
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chemistry graphic A new way to image surfaces on the nanoscale
Released June 15, 2015
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3-D printer making NSF logo New paths to innovation and learning through DIY technologies
Released June 12, 2015
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a water plant TAML catalysts safely and effectively remove estrogenic compounds from wastewater
Released June 12, 2015
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image of the ocean Researchers turn to the ocean to help unravel the mysteries of cloud formation
Released June 9, 2015
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crystal junctions written inside glass Crossing a critical threshold in optical communications
Released June 8, 2015
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Novel natural antibody therapeutics A buffet of emerging biotech at 2015 BIO Innovation Zone
Released June 2, 2015
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distribution of strengths at different temperature Penn engineers show how 'perfect' materials begin to fail
Released June 2, 2015
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harmonic emissions produced by a nano-spiral World's smallest spirals could guard against identity theft
Released June 2, 2015
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James Mack, All shook up for greener chemistry
Released June 1, 2015
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atoms sticking to a carbon nanotube Physicists precisely measure interaction between atoms and carbon surfaces
Released May 28, 2015
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acoustic phonon movement OSU researchers prove magnetism can control heat, sound
Released May 28, 2015
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a mangrove tunicate clings to a tree root Pinpointing natural cancer drug's true origins brings sustainable production a step closer
Released May 27, 2015
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the viscosity of a new solvent Who needs water to assemble DNA? Non-aqueous solvent supports DNA nanotechnology
Released May 26, 2015
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molecule used to create single-molecule diode One step closer to a single-molecule device
Released May 26, 2015
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computer waste bunch Mission possible: This device will self-destruct when heated
Released May 21, 2015
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domains in iron-gallium alloys New class of swelling magnets have the potential to energize the world
Released May 21, 2015
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steps of the pumping mechanism Nature inspires first artificial molecular pump
Released May 19, 2015
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an array of microlenses Penn researchers develop liquid crystal-based compound lenses that work like insect eyes
Released May 14, 2015
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