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These nano-ribbons stand vertically rather than lying flat on a surface.
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The plant uses natural gas to power micro turbines to produce electricity.
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Controlling the magnetic state of a 2D magnetic-grain boundary system by applying a voltage would be a very useful capability.
by Penn State University
10.20.2017
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The light-switching complex glows when hit with ultraviolet light.
by Rice University
10.20.2017
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Quantum field theory provides a unifying language that describes a wide variety of systems in nature across many energy scales.
by Swansea University
10.20.2017
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The fossil is likely from a Teratophoneus curriei, known to inhabit western North America between 66 and 90 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous Period.
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The promise of being able to quickly and accurately screen for diseases or chemical contaminants in a tiny drop of blood has long been an elusive goal.
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
10.20.2017
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The abundant diatoms are found in all kinds of water and even in the bark of trees, and possess a skeleton made of nanostructured silica or glass.
by Yale University
10.20.2017
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This improved understanding of biochar's properties could trigger more widespread commercialization of biochar fertilizers.
by Colorado State University
10.20.2017
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The researchers dissolve metals in liquid metal to create very thin oxide layers.
by RMIT University
10.20.2017
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Tapping the advantages offered by laser communications is expected to revolutionize future space endeavors.
by CalTech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10.20.2017
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Researchers have developed a method for transforming stretchable 2D objects into 3D shapes.
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Optical fibers are thin strands of pure glass about the thickness of a human hair.
by Stanford's School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
10.19.2017
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A flare is a sudden increase in the brightness of a region of the sun's atmosphere.
by FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology
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The chemist was also able to solve another problem in the course of her experiments.
by Technical University of Munich
10.19.2017
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The team used X-ray experiments, theoretical modeling, and supercomputer simulations to develop a full understanding of the chemical breakdown.
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
10.19.2017
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Their findings will advance the field of organic bioelectronics, particularly in medicine.
by University of Arizona College of Engineering
10.19.2017
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The system was used to detect and quantify the presence of the Zika, dengue and Chikungunya viruses in a droplet of blood.
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Engineers are exploring an area of research called biomimetics, which is an interdisciplinary field combining principles of engineering, chemistry, and biology.
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Turquoise is a copper mineral, found only immediately adjacent to copper ore deposits.
by University of Arizona
10.19.2017
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The finding is a new demonstration of the complex chemistry occurring in Titan’s atmosphere.
by NASA
10.19.2017
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The organic molecules that the researchers have built conduct electricity and contain dipoles.
by Linkoping University
10.19.2017
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The quantum program seeks patterns within a dataset to tell meaningful data from junk.
by California Institute of Technology
10.19.2017
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The process enabled the researchers to turn a stomach cell into a skin cell.
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Under normal conditions, UV radiation from the sun activates melanocytes to release melanin.
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The research team can measure these differences in electrical resistance.
by University of Washington
10.18.2017
12:52pm
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The findings suggest many existing coral habitats may have been created by coralliths.
by University of Edinburgh
10.18.2017
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To compare the two forms of ice growth, the researchers designed a transparent surface split into halves.
by University of Nebraska-Lincoln
10.18.2017
12:38pm
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The discovery could represent an important advance in the prevention of surgical site infections.
by Oregon State University
10.18.2017
12:32pm
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Fusion, the merger of light elements to release energy, is the process that powers the sun and stars.
by Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
10.18.2017
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The researchers identified arsenic trioxide from 650 compounds that could be potentially used against glioblastoma.
10.18.2017
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