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photon spin device Penn researchers discover new chiral property of silicon, with photonic applications
Released July 21, 2015
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student holding a sample for rsearch in the lab Finding the origins of life in a drying puddle
Released July 20, 2015
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image of tightly-bound quarks Physicists discover long-sought 'pentaquark' particle
Released July 14, 2015
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a sample of TiAu Nonmagnetic elements form unique magnet
Released July 14, 2015
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images of a nanowire exhibiting anelasticity Researchers find nanowires have unusually pronounced 'anelastic' properties
Released July 13, 2015
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environmentally benign nanobullet (center) Environmentally friendly lignin nanoparticle 'greens' silver nanobullet to battle bacteria
Released July 13, 2015
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images of a nanowire exhibiting anelasticity Nanowires highly 'anelastic,' research shows
Released July 13, 2015
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soft-bodied jumping robot A jump for soft-bodied robots
Released July 9, 2015
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Zhiqiang Luo (right) and Yuanwen Jiang Bonelike 3-D silicon synthesized for potential use with medical devices
Released July 9, 2015
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a 3-D printed, soft robot Hopping towards a better soft robot
Released July 9, 2015
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graphene grating on fused silica Sensitive and specific: A new way of probing electrolyte/electrode interfaces
Released July 8, 2015
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A neuron is turned on by light Capitol Hill briefing on mysteries of the brain: Frontiers in neuroscience
Released July 6, 2015
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students with a crystal of SmB<sub>6</sub> To conduct, or to insulate? That is the question
Released July 2, 2015
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a seahorse clinging to grass Tough tail of a seahorse may provide robotic solutions
Released July 2, 2015
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3D printed prototype gripping a bar Why the seahorse's tail is square
Released July 2, 2015
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micrographs of resin Polymer mold makes perfect silicon nanostructures
Released July 2, 2015
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representation ultrafast electron crystallography Better memory with faster lasers
Released July 1, 2015
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chemistry graphic OU professor developing vaccine to protect global communities from malaria
Released June 30, 2015
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sequence of AFM images Atomic force microscope advance leads to new breast cancer research
Released June 29, 2015
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collage of images showing students, solar panels, a lab Red Rocks and Ivy Tech teams place first and second in NSF Community College Innovation Challenge
Released June 26, 2015
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chemistry graphic What your clothes may say about you
Released June 24, 2015
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light polarizes silicon nuclear spins Spintronics advance brings wafer-scale quantum devices closer to reality
Released June 24, 2015
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single file diffusion Giving atoms their marching orders
Released June 24, 2015
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a new arrangement of solar cell ingredients UCLA chemists devise technology that could transform solar energy storage
Released June 18, 2015
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a mantis shrimp Mantis shrimp inspires new body armor and football helmet design
Released June 17, 2015
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chemistry graphic A new way to image surfaces on the nanoscale
Released June 17, 2015
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radioactive iodine-125 atoms on a gold surface Scientists are first to see elements transform at atomic scale
Released June 15, 2015
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Young Duck Kim and Prof. James Hone World's thinnest lightbulb--graphene gets bright!
Released June 15, 2015
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chemistry graphic A new way to image surfaces on the nanoscale
Released June 15, 2015
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3-D printer making NSF logo New paths to innovation and learning through DIY technologies
Released June 12, 2015
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