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The research team uses a computer model to generate multiple simulations that mimic the behavior of an outbreak.
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There is a clear market need for a device able to fabricate prototypes in an efficient, cost-effective manner.
by R&D Magazine
2.24.2017
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Technetium-99 is a byproduct of plutonium weapons production and is considered a major U.S. challenge for environmental cleanup.
by Washington State University
2.24.2017
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The Cool Roof Time Machine simulates soiling and weathering processes in the lab.
by R&D Magazine
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It had been previously understood that each copy of DNA instructions— one inherited from the mother and one from the father— was treated the same.
2.24.2017
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Hydrogen is an excellent energy carrier, but the development of lightweight solid-state materials for compact, low-pressure storage is a huge challenge.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2.24.2017
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Cell lines that have been contaminated or misidentified due to poor laboratory technique and human error lead to inaccurate research studies.
by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
2.24.2017
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Wastewater releases, including briny water that contained petroleum and other pollutants, altered the diversity, numbers and functions of microbes.
by Rutgers University
2.24.2017
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The new breed of silica-based coatings represents an evolutionary advance over polymer-based offerings.
by Martin Ben-Dayan and William Bickmore, MetaShield
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A new alternative to opioids has emerged from an unlikely place.
2.23.2017
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A species of fish that requires very little rest has shed light on the evolution of sleeping habits.
2.23.2017
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The battery uses an aluminum anode, a graphite-structured carbon cathode and a highly safe ionic liquid electrolyte.
by R&D Magazine
2.23.2017
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These types of displays could be used for art or museum exhibits, where viewers can walk all the way around the display.
by The Optical Society
2.23.2017
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Transport makes up around 20 percent of our energy use around the world--and that figure is set to grow.
by Cambridge University Press
2.23.2017
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DNA circuits are good at collecting information within a biochemical environment.
by California Institute of Technology
2.23.2017
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A high-speed camera—originally designed for movie production— is now moving from Los Angeles to the laboratory.
2.23.2017
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A national lab and NASA are working together with X-ray and 3D visualization technologies to create materials to utilize in space.
2.23.2017
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The catalysts are demonstrated to be highly effective toward oxygen reduction reaction.
by R&D Magazine
2.23.2017
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The integrated hybrid wastewater treatment system is significantly more efficient at treating wastewater and considerably less susceptible to fouling.
by Masdar Institute of Science and Technology
2.23.2017
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Our Galaxy's gravitational field limits the accuracy of astrometric observations of distant objects.
by Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
2.23.2017
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Better understanding the structure and properties of beetle exoskeletons could help scientists engineer lighter, stronger materials.
by University of Nebraska-Lincoln
2.23.2017
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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The system is capable of measuring ultra-low levels of DNA/RNA.
by R&D Magazine
2.22.2017
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