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series of four still images shows a pilus stretch out from a bacterium, in green to catch a piece of DNA Scientists watch bacteria 'harpoon' DNA to speed their evolution
Released June 11, 2018
mechanotargeting Targeting strategy may open door to better cancer drug delivery
Released June 11, 2018
3-D model of the nucleus made with SPRITE The cartography of the nucleus
Released June 8, 2018
Rifat Ferdous Silicon provides means to control quantum bits for faster algorithms
Released June 8, 2018
2-D perovskite-based materials Scientists go deep to quantify perovskite properties
Released June 8, 2018
macromolecule captured inside a hydrogel Unexpected new dynamics for large DNA molecules in liquid suspension
Released June 8, 2018
MOF In desert trials, next-generation water harvester delivers fresh water from air
Released June 8, 2018
tagged bicolor damselfish Secrets of fish population changes revealed
Released June 7, 2018
Andromeda Galaxy with two of its dwarf satellite galaxies How do you weigh a galaxy? Especially the one you're in?
Released June 6, 2018
Professor Kaiyu Guan, left, graduate student Yunan Luo and professor Jian Peng New algorithm fuses quality and quantity in satellite imagery
Released June 4, 2018
recoded protein A change in bacteria's genetic code holds promise of longer-lasting drugs
Released June 4, 2018
a cross-section of a waveguide array in a topological crystalline insulator lattice geometry Capturing light in a waveguide array
Released June 4, 2018
Photonic Resonator Outcoupler Microscopy Novel microscopy technique developed to analyze cellular focal adhesion dynamics
Released June 1, 2018
DNA strand Breakthrough in controlling DNA-based robots
Released June 1, 2018
iPhone app creates landmarks on a child's face Mobile app helps to screen for autism
Released June 1, 2018
cloaking grenade AI for nanoparticles
Released June 1, 2018
Jon Woodruff Reconstructing longest American water level, instrumented flood record, in Boston Harbor
Released June 1, 2018
Prof. David Mazziotti (right) and Manas Sajjan Less is more when it comes to predicting molecules' conductivity
Released June 1, 2018
cells self-assemble into complex structures Synthetic 'tissues' build themselves
Released May 31, 2018
giant magnetic field (swirling blue lines) surrounds Earth UMD-led study shows how Earth slows the solar wind to a gentle breeze
Released May 31, 2018
diverse array of plankton and microorganisms Life recovered rapidly at impact site of dino-killing asteroid
Released May 30, 2018
a neutron converting to a proton Nuclear scientists calculate value of key property that drives neutron decay
Released May 30, 2018
André Walker-Loud With supercomputing power, scientists solve a next generation physics problem
Released May 30, 2018
damage from debris flow in Montecito Seismometer readings could offer debris flow early warning
Released May 30, 2018
Amit Bandyopadhyay displays 3D printed bimetallic sample One-step, 3-D printing for multimaterial projects developed by WSU researchers
Released May 30, 2018
Alia Lesnek (center) at one of the study sites on Dall Island In ancient boulders, new clues about the story of human migration to the Americas
Released May 30, 2018
Temperate forest carpenter ants Climate change forced zombie ant fungi to adapt
Released May 29, 2018
plots Research brief: New approach boosts effort to scale up biodiversity monitoring
Released May 29, 2018
new structure self-assembles into hairpin shapes Paving the way for safer, smaller batteries and fuel cells
Released May 29, 2018
false-color image of sheared grains Researchers listen for failure in granular materials
Released May 29, 2018

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