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Scientists have developed a novel nanomaterial that could improve the performance and lower the costs of fuel cells by using fewer precious metals.
by Washington State University
8.23.2016
11:35am
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The national laboratory unveils a new study of how solar events could affect a grid like a long string of Christmas lights, in an exclusive interview with R...
by Seth Augenstein, Science Writer, Advantage Business Media
8.23.2016
11:12am
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Researchers have identified a previously unknown role of a cellular signaling molecule involved in release of the "hunger hormone" ghrelin, which could have...
by UT Southwestern Medical Center
8.23.2016
11:10am
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Scrap tires have been on environmentalists' blacklist for decades.
by American Chemical Society
8.23.2016
11:05am
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The energy-storage goal of a polymer dielectric material with high-energy density, high power density and excellent charge-discharge efficiency for electric...
by Pennsylvania State University
8.23.2016
9:28am
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Inventors are paving the way for the future with energy-efficient batteries for sensors, portable devices and electric cars.
by Kansas State University
8.23.2016
9:19am
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There are no bomb blasts or collisions with burly linemen in Susan Contreras' past.
by By Lindsey Tanner, AP Medical Writer
8.23.2016
2:02am
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The New York drugmaker will pay about $14 billion to buy cancer drug developer Medivation in a cash deal aimed at fortifying its hold in one of the hottest...
by By Tom Murphy & Linda A. Johnson, The Associated Press
8.22.2016
7:02pm
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The legendary inventor and engineer was known for having his share of controversial predictions about the future in the early 1900s.
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2:25pm
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The features of lipid metabolism that have been discovered could explain the success of Beijing B0/W148 strains in relation to other tuberculosis mycobacteria.
by Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
8.22.2016
1:30pm
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The researchers have located a key stage in the birth of a very massive star.
by University of Cambridge
8.22.2016
12:30pm
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A strong national commitment to nuclear energy goes hand in hand with weak performance on climate change targets.
by University of Sussex
8.22.2016
12:00pm
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The lab compared how characteristics of porous carbon, often manufactured in pellet form, affect carbon dioxide capture.
by Rice University
8.22.2016
11:30am
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Scientists used spider silk as a superlens to increase the microscope’s potential.
by Bangor University
8.22.2016
11:00am
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Whether severe trauma occurs on the battlefield or the highway, saving lives often comes down to stopping the bleeding as quickly as possible.
by American Chemical Society
8.22.2016
9:26am
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A new vision simulator could help patients with vision loss see how the world would look with each type of implanted artificial lens, before they have surgery.
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8.22.2016
9:17am
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While one company continues laying off workers, another one is introducing a new technology, and a third announces more investment in China.
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
8.22.2016
9:07am
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A National Institutes of Health official said Sunday that the Zika virus could "hang around" the United States for a year or two.
by The Associated Press
8.21.2016
6:02pm
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Bears are bolder, mosquitoes are multiplying and stream-dwelling fish are stressed.
by By Holly Ramer, Associated Press
8.20.2016
2:02pm
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The Finalists were selected by an independent panel of more than 50 judges and represent many of industry’s leading R...
by the Editors of R&D Magazine
8.19.2016
2:56pm
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8.19.2016
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A well-known family of natural compounds, called "terpenoids," have a curious evolutionary origin.
by The Scripps Research Institute
8.19.2016
12:53pm
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A team of scientists and technicians scanning the rocky ocean floor off Southern California couldn't contain their excitement when they spotted a bright-...
by By Alina Hartounian, Associated Press
8.19.2016
10:03am
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The popular ride-hailing service announced two new initiatives this week signaling its interest in self-driving vehicles.
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8.19.2016
9:45am
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Innovation company CEO gives insight on how to speed products to market while avoiding a failed launch.
by Andy Zynga, CEO, NineSigma
8.19.2016
9:02am
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In 2015 alone, the average global surface temperature increased by 0.32 F (0.18 C).
by University of Arizona
8.19.2016
8:03am
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The distant planet GJ 1132b intrigued astronomers when it was discovered last year.
by Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
8.19.2016
7:58am
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Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have the potential to differentiate into many cell types.
by University of Basel
8.19.2016
7:30am
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Liquid Crystalline Elastomers are smart materials that can exhibit large shape change under illumination with visible light.
by Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw
8.19.2016
7:15am