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The program was developed as an industry-consensus roof savings calculator for commercial and residential buildings using whole-building energy simulations.
by R&D Magazine
3.29.2017
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Different modes can influence the structures and properties of nanoparticles.
by KAUST
3.29.2017
12:49pm
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Erythema is the formal name for superficial reddening of the skin, and desquamation is skin peeling.
by The Optical Society
3.29.2017
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Manure from cattle administered antibiotics drastically changes the bacterial and fungal make-up of surrounding soil, leading to ecosystem dysfunction.
by Virginia Tech
3.29.2017
10:45am
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The most abundant copper mineral is chalcopyrite (CuFeS2)—a refractory semi-conductor mineral that is found deeper in the mine.
by R&D Magazine
3.29.2017
10:42am
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Astronomers have uncovered a supermassive black hole that has been propelled out of the center of a distant galaxy.
by Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)
3.29.2017
10:41am
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A team of researchers have used the idea of assembling building-blocks to make the promise of next-generation materials a practical reality.
by Tianjin University of Technology
3.29.2017
10:36am
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First recipient of implanted brain-recording and muscle-stimulating systems reanimates limb that had been stilled for 8 years.
by Case Western Reserve University
3.29.2017
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Graphene might hold the key to cooling the computer chips used in smartphones, computers and other electrical devices.
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Flies can act as ‘flying syringes’ because pathogens are preserved in their blood meals.
3.28.2017
2:42pm
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The Computationally Optimized Homogenization Heat Treatment Process is for alloys exposed to extreme environments.
by R&D Magazine
3.28.2017
2:21pm
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What if you could plaster cancer cells with glowing "Here We Are" signs, so surgeons could be confident that they'd removed every last speck of a tumor?
by Michigan Technological University
3.28.2017
2:09pm
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The smallest of all photosynthetic bacteria holds clues to the evolution of entire ecosystems, and perhaps even the whole biosphere.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3.28.2017
2:04pm
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Tech billionaire Elon Musk is announcing a new venture called Neuralink focused on linking brains to computers.
by The Associated Press
3.28.2017
1:19pm
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A novel target for treating Alzheimer's disease could come from a unique cellular vulnerability.
3.28.2017
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Virtual Environment for Reactor Applications represents a new generation of capabilities that can be used by the nuclear industry.
by R&D Magazine
3.28.2017
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Flexible electronics are circuits and systems that can be bent, folded, stretched or conformed without losing their functionality.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
3.28.2017
7:45am
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Magnetic materials have attracted a growing number of researchers in the quest to more rapidly store and read bits of digital information
by NIST
3.28.2017
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The samples used in standard diagnostic tests typically contain only tiny amounts of a disease’s related nucleic acids.
by UCLA
3.28.2017
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The partnership will pursue preclinical research and Calico will be responsible for subsequent clinical development and commercialization.
3.28.2017
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Researchers reported the findings based on a novel mathematical model based on DNA sequencing and epidemiologic data from around the world.
3.27.2017
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The customers are Fortune 500 companies pushing the boundaries of how 3D electronics can be prototyped and manufactured.
by R&D Magazine
3.27.2017
1:02pm
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Their experiments in mice suggest a treatment is possible for DNA damage from ageing and radiation.
by University of New South Wales
3.27.2017
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SMA affects approximately one in every 10,000 infants, while one in 50 people is a carrier for the disorder.
3.27.2017
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Designers of future Moon missions and bases have to contend with a chilling challenge.
by European Space Agency
3.27.2017
11:30am
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These new findings add to the growing understanding of how chromonic liquid crystals could be used in sensing applications.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
3.27.2017
11:00am
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The R&D Index: Market Watch for the week ending March 24, 2017 closed at 1,634.30 for the 25 companies in the R&D Index.
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
3.27.2017
9:22am
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The research team believes this problem could be solved with scaled-up versions of a cryo-mill.
3.27.2017
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The inherently flexible nature of these polymers eliminates the need for plasticizers such as migration to the surrounding environment.
by R&D Magazine
3.27.2017
8:15am
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Modern biology labs often use robotic assemblies to drop precise amounts of fluids into experimental containers.
by Stanford University
3.27.2017
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