Kenny Walter
Digital Reporter

Kenny Walter is a reporter for R&D Magazine. After graduating with a B.A. in journalism from Temple in 2008 he spent more than seven years as a reporter with Greater Media Newspapers covering municipal and state government with a focus on municipal finances and environmental issues.

A team of astronomers have discovered Milky Way-like galaxies in early universes that were embedded in super halos.
3.24.2017
2:37pm
Self-sustaining bacteria fuel cells could replace oil, coal or even solar as the energy of the future.
3.24.2017
9:03am
The brains of those who are born blind make new connections in the absence of visual information.
3.23.2017
1:09pm
An ultra-thin coating material may help extend the life and improve the efficiency of lithium-sulfur batteries.
3.23.2017
11:02am
Researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory have helped explain the existence of puzzling supermassive black holes observed in the early universe.
3.22.2017
11:21am
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Researchers believe that the nanomaterial could lead to the development of flexible sensors that mimic the self-healing properties of human skin.
3.22.2017
10:20am
Some of the common remedies for jellyfish stings might actually be making the sting worse, according to new research.
3.20.2017
3:21pm
A new camera could allow patients to skip the dreaded eye dilation during routine eye exams.
3.20.2017
2:54pm
Researchers finally understand what caused the breakup in the Orion Nebula.
3.20.2017
10:24am
This novel method can detect molecules using sensors based on ultra-thin nanomaterial.
3.17.2017
2:41pm
Satellite observations of some of the world’s most remote volcanoes may allow researchers to better predict levels of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere.
3.17.2017
9:56am
Biochemists have seen the light in developing a new way to control biology at the cellular level.
3.16.2017
2:18pm
Scientists have identified a black hole that is “choking” on a sudden influx of stellar debris, a discovery that could lead to a better understanding of black...
3.16.2017
10:28am
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The researchers studied how a double-tailed cationic surfactant would combine with natural cellulose nanocrystals.
3.15.2017
3:06pm
The cranium find marks an important contribution to knowledge of human evolution during the middle Pleistocene in Europe, and to the origin of the Neanderthals.
3.15.2017
3:00pm
A new theory has emerged as to what caused the largest glaciation event in history that covered the Earth from pole-to-pole in ice 717 million years ago.
3.15.2017
10:22am
New biodegradable packaging is not only beneficial to the environment but also helps keep your strawberries, spinach and tomatoes fresh longer.
3.15.2017
10:11am
A team of scientists have found a way to use solar power to generate a sustainable and relatively cheap fuel.
3.14.2017
11:26am
Scientists have developed a facile route to a highly magnetic material that may improve the performance of current computer technologies.
3.13.2017
3:22pm
NASA scientists are developing a new family of flexible heat-shield systems that can survive re-entry from low-Earth orbit.
3.13.2017
3:07pm
A close look at Neanderthal dental records has shown that the ancient humans used a plant-based “aspirin” to treat pain and illness.
3.13.2017
9:44am
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The structure of the retinas of fish and mammals are basically the same.
3.10.2017
3:29pm
A new nanofiber could enable the next generation of stronger batteries used in electric cars.
3.10.2017
3:19pm
Predictive tissue culture models require an understanding of how cells and tissues in our bodies function in a 3D context.
3.10.2017
10:39am
Researchers have identified the +2 oxidation state in a molecular system of plutonium.
3.9.2017
3:19pm
Pop.Up is designed to relieve traffic congestion by utilizing a modular system for multi-modal transportation that makes use of both ground and airspace.
3.9.2017
3:15pm
A group of scientists have discovered what may be the solution to producing chemicals for biofuels in a sustainable manner.
3.9.2017
10:36am
The scientists targeted a broad class of bacteria called fecal indicator bacteria.
3.8.2017
2:20pm
A team of physicists have designed a handheld device that many will think belongs in a science fiction movie.
3.8.2017
2:16pm
The group has identified and is currently testing a common dietary supplement for its ability to protect astronauts from the damaging impacts of space travel.
3.8.2017
10:11am
A daily cup of coffee could be even more beneficial for your health than previously thought.
3.8.2017
9:29am
Existing treatment requires slow intravenous infusion at a hospital and costs up to $100,000.
3.7.2017
2:41pm
The rocket is capable of putting a 50-ton payload into a low-Earth orbit.
3.7.2017
2:39pm
Scientists have been attempting to develop low-cost and efficient materials called photoanodes that are capable of splitting water using visible light as an...
3.7.2017
9:40am
Unique process transforms your uneaten lunch into the tires for the car you drove to the restaurant.
3.6.2017
3:32pm
Scientists may soon be able to quickly mitigate the environmental impact of oil spills.
3.6.2017
3:31pm
The red planet may have contained a wetter environment than previously thought.
3.6.2017
10:07am
Nanoengineers have 3D printed a lifelike, functional blood vessel network that could pave the way toward artificial organs and regenerative therapies.
3.3.2017
1:06pm
Nature’s most complicated structures can be deliberately assembled if researchers can control the shapes of the particles and the way they connect using DNA.
3.3.2017
10:26am