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A standard lasing material, when stimulated by a pump, absorbs light for a time before it starts to lase.
by Los Alamos National Laboratory
10.17.2017
7:00am
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This year, the third annual conference takes place at the Walt Disney World Swan Resort in Orlando, Florida, Nov. 16-17.
by R&D Magazine
10.16.2017
6:06pm
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For the first time in history, scientists have observed and measured a gravitational wave event in multiple mediums including optical, gamma ray and X-ray.
10.16.2017
2:58pm
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The plasmonic nanoantenna arrays could lead to the development of a new generation of ultrasensitive and low-cost fluorescence sensors.
by University of Bristol
10.16.2017
2:32pm
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Regenerative engineering is a new field to develop tools that enable the reconstruction of complex tissues and organs.
by Guillermo Ameer, Sc.D., Daniel Hale Williams Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Surgery Director, Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering, Northwestern University
10.16.2017
1:00pm
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Precisely measuring magnetic properties of electrons flowing across the surface of quantum materials could open a path to next-generation electronics.
by Oak Ridge National Laboratory
10.16.2017
12:22pm
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The genes were found by searching large volumes of bacterial DNA and the results are published in the scientific journal Microbiome.
by Chalmers University of Technology
10.16.2017
12:16pm
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Researchers are tapping into the properties of “bubbles” to create a new, lightweight material that expands with heat to fill any given shape.
10.16.2017
10:15am
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The 25 companies in the R&D Market Pulse Index for the week ending October 13, 2017 closed at 3,618.42.
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
10.16.2017
9:47am
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The Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) provides resources to help water utilities identify new technologies.
by Kelsey Beveridge, Technical Writer, Water Environment & Reuse Foundation
10.16.2017
9:07am
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Harvey produced more than 13 trillion gallons of rain over southeast Texas, and that water is now flowing through the Gulf.
by Rice University
10.16.2017
9:07am
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The OCO-2 measurements across Los Angeles were detailed enough to capture differences in concentrations within the city resulting from localized sources.
by Michigan Technological University
10.16.2017
8:58am
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Zero energy buildings drastically reduce energy use by slashing the demand for energy, while supplying the remaining energy needs from renewable energy sources...
by Joe Emerson, Founder of the Zero Energy Project and Bruce Sullivan, Zero Energy Project Technical Consultant
10.16.2017
8:00am
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These prototypes are inspired by piezoelectric materials that produce a current and voltage when they are mechanically deformed.
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10.13.2017
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Scientists are making a push to study how the processes of sleep and hungry co-operate.
10.13.2017
3:15pm
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Scientists have discovered a hole the size of Lake Superior, making it the biggest polynya observed in Antarctica’s Weddell Sea.
10.13.2017
1:49pm
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A growing number of archaeologists are taking real items discovered during research expeditions and translating them into 3D digital avatars
by Bernard K. Means, Ph.D., RPA, Director, Virtual Curation Laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University
10.13.2017
1:41pm
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The need for practical desalinization technology is rising in the context of global climate change.
by University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
10.13.2017
11:58am
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Octopus and cuttlefish can instantaneously change their skin color and pattern to disappear into the environment as part of their camouflage prowess.
by Marine Biological Laboratory
10.13.2017
11:54am
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Scientists have found a new mechanism that sheds light on the breakdown of communication between neurons in Alzheimer's disease.
10.13.2017
10:19am
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The GenomeTrakr project sequences microbial foodborne pathogens and uploads the data to a common public database in real-time.
by Ruth Timme, Ph.D., Research Microbiologist and GenomeTrakr Data Coordinator, FDA
10.13.2017
10:02am
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The discovery can lead to the development of efficient electrocatalysts for large scale production of synthesis gas.
by University Of Illinois At Chicago
10.13.2017
9:57am
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Researchers discover that surface polarization in mixed media increases attraction among elements.
by Northwestern University
10.13.2017
9:55am
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NASA is developing technologies and countermeasures to ensure a safe and successful journey to the red planet.
by NASA/Johnson Space Center
10.13.2017
9:52am
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LCLS, the world’s first hard X-ray free-electron laser, is billions of times brighter than anything that came before, delivering bursts of X-rays on timescales...
by Mike Dunne, Ph.D, Director LCLS, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University
10.13.2017
9:47am
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There are no known asteroids currently predicted to impact Earth for the next 100 years.
10.12.2017
2:30pm
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Chemical engineers have examined the carbon footprint of anaerobic digestion.
10.12.2017
1:14pm
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Imagine car paint that can automatically repair itself after a scratch, or a corrosion-resistant coating that can automatically restore itself after being...
by EPFL
10.12.2017
1:05pm
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The researchers used an external gear pump, which uses rotating gear teeth to suck in the liquid tin and push it out of an outlet.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
10.12.2017
12:59pm
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Coral reefs harbor an incredible diversity of life, both sea creatures we can see and microbial life that we cannot.
by San Diego State University
10.12.2017
12:50pm
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The exciting applications of wearable sensors have sparked a tremendous amount of research and business investment in recent years.
by The Optical Society
10.12.2017
12:39pm