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Tiny nanostraws may offer a glimpse into a cell’s contents without causing any damage to the cell.
2.22.2017
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The world’s population is projected to grow from around 7 billion to about 9 billion by 2050.
by R&D Magazine
2.22.2017
2:40pm
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The new photodetector can detect the light signals from wavelengths up to 10 microns, which is the same wavelength emitted by the human body.
by Northwestern University
2.22.2017
2:39pm
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Multiple myeloma is a cancer of plasma B cells, a cell type within the body's immune system.
by Medical University of South Carolina
2.22.2017
1:30pm
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The new artificial synapse mimics the way synapses in the brain learn through the signals that cross them.
by Stanford University
2.22.2017
12:30pm
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A team of researchers from the University of Bristol have identified a new way to measure the evolutionary rate of the ‘living fossil’ tuatara.
2.22.2017
10:23am
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A new modeling technique determines the parameters that control glass relaxation fluctuations, helping to guide future glass composition development.
by American Institute of Physics (AIP)
2.22.2017
10:08am
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A research group has developed a unique experiment to detect quantum events in ultra-thin films.
by Bar-Ilan University
2.22.2017
9:59am
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The system is capable of measuring ultra-low levels of DNA/RNA.
by R&D Magazine
2.22.2017
9:56am
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The loss of tiny, sound-sensing cells in the inner ear, known as "hair cells," is a leading cause of hearing loss.
by Massachusetts Eye And Ear Infirmary
2.22.2017
9:54am
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This material, called a photonic bandgap material, or PBM, light would act in a way mathematically analogous to how electrons move in a semi-conductor.
by University of Pennsylvania
2.22.2017
9:49am
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A tiny nanocluster may help enable the faster, smaller and more stable batteries needed for modern devices.
2.21.2017
3:07pm
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Researchers are getting closer to refining an experimental treatment for slow heartbeats.
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2.21.2017
2:43pm
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Obi substitutes and simulates the functionality of a human arm during a meal.
by R&D Magazine
2.21.2017
2:00pm
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The findings could lead to a change in the way patients all over the world are screened for cardiovascular disease.
by NIHR Biomedical Research Centre
2.21.2017
1:30pm
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The research opens the door for other competing theories about why the Earth, relative to other planets, has higher levels of heavy iron isotopes.
by University of Texas at Austin
2.21.2017
12:28pm
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The R&D Index: Market Watch for the week ending February 17, 2017 closed at 1,619.77 for the 25 companies in the R&D Index.
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
2.21.2017
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An international group of researchers have developed new methods utilizing digital fabrication in an effort to streamline architecture.
2.21.2017
10:18am
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A stretchable integrated circuit made entirely using an inkjet printer could lead to new advancements for producing smart fabrics.
2.21.2017
10:07am
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Sustainable and affordable hydrogen production is indispensable for the commercialization of proton exchange membrane fuel cells.
by R&D Magazine
2.21.2017
9:58am
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Brain-computer interface advance allows fast, accurate typing by people with paralysis in Stanford-led study.
by Stanford University Medical Center
2.21.2017
9:50am
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Researchers are bringing the dream of windows that can efficiently collect solar energy one step closer to reality thanks to high tech silicon nanoparticles.
by University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering
2.21.2017
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The Battery ISC Device is the first mechanism able to accurately simulate a true internal short circuit within a battery cell.
by R&D Magazine
2.17.2017
12:13pm
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It's no longer enough for scientists and engineers to communicate their work by publishing in technical journals.
by Iowa State University
2.17.2017
12:06pm
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Subatomic particles raining down from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on your smartphones, computers and other personal electronic devices.
by Vanderbilt University
2.17.2017
11:54am
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A multidisciplinary team has uncovered the mechanisms that the Zika virus uses to alter brain development.
by University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
2.17.2017
11:44am
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Chemical engineering and chemistry researchers at Pitt and Penn State develop controlled delivery of particles via fluid flow.
by University of Pittsburgh
2.17.2017
11:40am
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A newly developed material could help reduce signal losses in photonic devices, while boosting the efficiency of various light-based technologies.
2.17.2017
11:35am
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Augmented reality has a much bigger purpose other than gaming at the Sandia National Laboratory.
2.17.2017
9:23am
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Real-time control with high precision torque measurements is a constant problem in the machine industry.
by R&D Magazine
2.17.2017
9:15am
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The process opens the way for the production of large wafers around 1.5 nanometres in depth (a sheet of paper, by comparison, is 100,000nm thick).
by RMIT University
2.17.2017
9:09am