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first and second coordination spheres UT Arlington research may unlock enzyme's role in disease
Released December 23, 2013
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illustration of crowded lyzozyme proteins Water in cells behaves in complex and intricate ways
Released December 17, 2013
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chemistry graphic Researchers engineer a hybrid five times more effective in delivering genetic material into cells
Released December 16, 2013
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tiny interwoven fibers Duke engineers make strides toward artificial cartilage
Released December 13, 2013
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chemistry graphic UI researcher studies evolution on the molecular level
Released December 13, 2013
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growing tissue suspended between two flexible post Researchers at Penn help develop a dynamic model of tissue failure
Released December 12, 2013
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An illustration of the perovskite crystal A new material for solar panels could make them cheaper, more efficient
Released December 11, 2013
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Generic News Image 2013-2014 NSF Distinguished Lectures in Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Released December 4, 2013
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uptake of the nanosponge vaccine "Nanosponge vaccine" fights MRSA toxins
Released December 2, 2013
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an atomic-scale model of DNA origami University of Illinois physicists demonstrate DNA origami bends and twists in solution
Released November 27, 2013
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Joseph Lyding Nanotubes can solder themselves, markedly improving device performance
Released November 25, 2013
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Rice University researchers Flashes of brilliance
Released November 25, 2013
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new microscope invented at MSU New microscope captures movements of atoms and molecules
Released November 22, 2013
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copper nanowires with a nickel coating Copper promises cheaper, sturdier fuel cells
Released November 22, 2013
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chemistry graphic Research paves path for hybrid nano-materials that could replace human tissue or today's pills
Released November 21, 2013
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controlling the dimensions of the nanorods New Technique Controls Dimensions of Gold Nanorods while Manufacturing on a Large Scale
Released November 19, 2013
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Challa Kumar with graduate students New method for stabilizing hemoglobin could lead to stable vaccines, artificial blood
Released November 18, 2013
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Penn team drilled both notches and full nanopores Penn produces graphene nanoribbons with nanopores for fast DNA sequencing
Released November 14, 2013
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Marianne Tarun Accidental discovery dramatically improves electrical conductivity
Released November 14, 2013
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two electrodes splitting water into oxygen Stanford scientists create a low-cost, long-lasting water splitter made of silicon and nickel
Released November 14, 2013
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Illustration from computer simulation predicting how 2 regions of a eukaryotic enzyme bind to tRNA. NSF-funded center will use X-ray lasers to transform the field of structural biology and pharmaceutical development
Released November 6, 2013
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Vanessa Huxter Diamond imperfections pave the way to technology gold
Released November 4, 2013
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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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synaptic transistors are visible on the chip Synaptic transistor learns while it computes
Released November 1, 2013
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illustration depicting atomically thin 2D material Making electrical contact along 1-D edge of 2-D materials
Released October 31, 2013
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images of two scientists in a lab 'National Chemistry Week' celebrates sustainable resources
Released October 25, 2013
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atomic arrangement at a relaxed InGaN/GaN ASU, Georgia Tech create breakthrough for solar cell efficiency
Released October 25, 2013
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gold nanoparticles Gold nanoparticles give an edge in recycling CO2
Released October 24, 2013
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a flow micro-reactor packed with catalyst UCLA chemists use MRI to peek at temperatures of gases inside catalytic reactors
Released October 23, 2013
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Mark Hersam Atomically thin device promises new class of electronics
Released October 21, 2013
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