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A black beetle with water droplets on its back Quenching the world's water and energy crises, one tiny droplet at a time
Released July 24, 2014
Discovery
Marni Boppart Stem cells aid muscle repair and strengthening after resistance exercise
Released July 21, 2014
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electrolysis catalyst Rutgers chemists develop technology to produce clean-burning hydrogen fuel
Released July 14, 2014
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blue bacteria are consuming the sugar When faced with some sugars, bacteria can be picky eaters
Released July 8, 2014
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normal human fibroblasts are impaired Stem cell type resists chemotherapy drug
Released July 2, 2014
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tiny walking “bio-bots” Muscle-powered bio-bots walk on command
Released June 30, 2014
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noninvasive brain control Noninvasive brain control
Released June 29, 2014
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illustration showing air pushed through vocal folds causing them to vibrate The aeroacoustics of jets
Released June 27, 2014
Discovery
Dynamic simulation of the structural evolution of hard spheres representing a colloidal gel Helping ideas gel
Released June 26, 2014
Discovery
a computer simulation depicts an fd virus Researchers use virus to reveal nanopore physics
Released June 16, 2014
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illustration anti-cancer technology quadrapeutics 'Quadrapeutics' works in preclinical study of hard-to-treat tumors
Released June 1, 2014
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a droplet of water beads up Professors' super waterproof surfaces cause water to bounce like a ball
Released May 21, 2014
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The whole nervous system of a worm. Engineers ask the brain to say, "Cheese!"
Released May 19, 2014
Discovery
illuminated brain Illuminating neuron activity in 3-D
Released May 18, 2014
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Michelle Dawson and Daniel McGrail Ovarian cancer cells are more aggressive on soft tissues
Released May 8, 2014
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Jacob Lanphere holds a sample of graphene oxide Graphene not all good
Released April 28, 2014
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Robotic hand Brain power: Bright ideas and smart tools for neuroengineering
Released April 24, 2014
Special Report
An illustration of multilayer graphene supported on an amorphous SiO2 substrate. Making graphene work for real-world devices
Released April 24, 2014
Discovery
encoded PUA particles on a dollar bill Tiny particles could help verify goods
Released April 13, 2014
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DNA hydrodynamics The motion of the medium matters for self-assembling particles, Penn research shows
Released April 9, 2014
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engineering graphic Crib mattresses emit potentially harmful chemicals, Cockrell School engineers find
Released April 2, 2014
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a 3-D visualization of a simulated wind-farm Wind energy: On the grid, off the checkerboard
Released April 1, 2014
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photoacoustic test equipment Heat-conducting polymer cools hot electronic devices at 200 degrees C
Released March 30, 2014
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Andrea Dietrich Tests elucidate the odor properties of the contaminants affecting West Virginia residents
Released March 26, 2014
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engineering graphic New technique sheds light on human neural networks
Released March 24, 2014
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Andrea Dietrich (left), and Amanda Sain Chemical spill activates Virginia Tech engineers in effort to determine long-term effects
Released March 10, 2014
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a sampling device called a Ponar Grab Ambitious new pollution targets needed to protect Lake Erie from massive 'dead zone'
Released February 26, 2014
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Douglas Kniss Breast cancer cells less likely to spread when one gene is turned off
Released February 26, 2014
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bacteria swimming in flowing water Researchers find that going with the flow makes bacteria stick
Released February 23, 2014
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human stem cells on the polymer scaffolds Regenerating orthopedic tissues within the human body
Released February 18, 2014
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