International R&D

The plant uses natural gas to power micro turbines to produce electricity.
3:15pm
10.20.2017
The process enabled the researchers to turn a stomach cell into a skin cell.
3:18pm
10.18.2017
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The electric fields used to shape the liquid are created by a computer.
by University of Sussex
11:00am
10.17.2017
The cell cycle is the system through which a cell grows and divides.
by NARA Institute of Science and Technology
9:35am
10.9.2017
Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) can offer high light-conversion efficiency with low manufacturing costs.
by EPFL
9:07am
10.2.2017
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The researchers have used quantum particles known as polaritons.
by University of Cambridge
8:00am
9.26.2017
Their system enables scientists to rapidly image fluorescent cells grown inside the chip using a CMOS image sensor.
by American Institute of Physics
3:08pm
9.19.2017
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Traditional optical communication systems modulate the amplitude, phase, polarization, color and frequency of the light that is transmitted.
by University of the Witwatersand
9:30am
9.18.2017
A flexible and cost-effective technology for streaming high-quality underwater video images has been developed.
by KAUST
12:46pm
9.14.2017
Coated on to paper, these polymers display an explosive-detection performance far more robust than previous materials with similar properties.
by Agency for Science, Technology, and Research, Singapore
9:46am
9.8.2017
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These qubits, taken individually, have demonstrated world-record coherence times.
by University of New South Wales
10:09am
9.6.2017
The Integrated Heart/Cancer on a Chip (iHCC) was used to test the toxicity of the anti-cancer drug doxorubicin on heart cells.
by Kyoto University
2:06pm
8.25.2017
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Originally a mineral, the perovskite used in today's technology is quite different from the rock found in the Earth mantle.
by OIST Graduate University
1:54pm
8.18.2017
The short lifetime of aerosols in the atmosphere make them among the most variable components of Earth's climate system.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
12:23pm
8.10.2017
A new technique can control high frequency sound waves, commonly found within everyday devices such as mobile phones.
by University of Exeter
9:38am
8.2.2017
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Their approach was based on applying a complex light-refracting coating, designed to display stress positions, to the surface of concrete beam samples.
by University of Leeds
12:11pm
7.20.2017
The earth's core is about as big as the moon and as hot as the surface of the sun.
by Vienna University of Technology
12:00pm
7.14.2017
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Carbon dioxide is known as a greenhouse gas and plays an essential role in climate change.
by OIST
9:03am
7.10.2017
Seasonal influenza viruses are estimated to cause 3-5 million cases of severe illness each year.
by Stockholm University
8:57am
7.6.2017
Emmanuel Macron is inviting the world's innovators, engineers and business-builders to come to France.
by Angela Charlton, Associated Press
2:24pm
6.16.2017
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Bacterial and archaeal plankton, as the most abundant form of life in the oceans, profoundly influence the global environment.
by KAUST
10:02am
6.12.2017
Numerous researchers are looking at the impact of climate change on the Alps.
by EPFL
10:10am
6.9.2017
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The team positioned a carbon fibre electrode over the gland surface and waited with excitement what would happen.
by University of Wurzburg
2:21pm
4.21.2017
More than 100 million such devices are still buried in over 70 countries.
by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
12:30pm
4.11.2017
Plant pollen and fungal spores can be found at variable heights in the air.
by German Research Center for Environmental Health
1:59pm
4.3.2017
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38.2 million tons of said fruit peels are estimated to be produced worldwide each year in the food industry.
by University of Granada
12:46pm
3.23.2017
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