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Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad Ashraful Alam June 13, 2016
Electronic bacteria sensor is potential future tool for medicine and food safety
News From the Field
image of clouds out of an airplane window June 3, 2016
Technique could help climate models sweat the small stuff
News From the Field
The Roxboro Steam Station May 27, 2016
Appalachian coal ash richest in rare earth elements
News From the Field
English ivy May 23, 2016
Ivy's powerful grasp could lead to better medical adhesives, stronger battle armor
News From the Field
bubble control May 4, 2016
Engineers create a better way to boil water -- with industrial, electronics applications
News From the Field
modern urban wastewater treatment plant May 2, 2016
Beneficial biofilm works to control biofouling
News From the Field
Illinois researchers April 27, 2016
Shape of tumor may affect whether cells can metastasize
News From the Field
researcher pioneers bacterial infection treatment April 18, 2016
Researcher pioneers bacterial infection treatment using novel target: Vesicles
News From the Field
single-particle tracking binding assay April 14, 2016
Surface mutation lets canine parvovirus jump to other species
News From the Field
image of water coming from a pipe April 13, 2016
Trap and neutralize: A new way to clean contaminated groundwater
News From the Field
image of a coral reef April 13, 2016
Using data to protect coral reefs from climate change
News From the Field
the TVA Kingston Fossil Plant April 12, 2016
Oxygen key to containing coal ash contamination
News From the Field
figure showing successful cell lines April 7, 2016
Methods used to create textiles also could help manufacture human tissues
News From the Field
inks' specialized surface April 7, 2016
Penn engineers develop first transistors made entirely of nanocrystal 'inks'
News From the Field
tool allows researchers to navigate the CRISPR PAM March 31, 2016
New tools allow rapid ID of CRISPIR-Cas system PAMs
News From the Field
silicon oxycarbide March 31, 2016
Kansas State University engineer builds paperlike battery electrode with glass-ceramic
News From the Field
the bi-layer device March 29, 2016
A biomimetic 'bridge' to precision medicine
News From the Field
image of blood cells March 28, 2016
Stanford scientists resurrect an abandoned drug, find it effective against human viruses
News From the Field
researchers that developed the new method March 28, 2016
Researchers develop new method of trapping multiple particles using fluidics
News From the Field
researchers demonstrate a new prototype detector March 25, 2016
Sniffing out a dangerous vapor
News From the Field
acoustofluidic rotational manipulation device March 23, 2016
Microfluidic devices gently rotate small organisms and cells
News From the Field
researchers test water in a kitchen while the resident is watching March 23, 2016
Flint water crisis: For young engineers, a lesson on the importance of listening
Discovery
Illustration of water pipes March 22, 2016
Cleaner water, cleaner future: Engineering new water tech
Special Report
Lynden Archer with students in the lab March 16, 2016
After the Lecture: Lynden Archer
Discovery
micro-biosensor on the side of a coin March 15, 2016
Fundamental science will play a key role in finding cancer cure
Discovery
Amina Qutub and Andr Schultz March 9, 2016
'Big Data' drills down into metabolic details
News From the Field
sketch of muscle in hydrogel moving March 7, 2016
These BioBots show some real muscle
Science Nation
image of swarmbots February 29, 2016
Engineered swarmbots rely on peers for survival
News From the Field
video screen shot of a spinal cord February 29, 2016
Engineering a spinal cord repair kit
Science Nation
a 3D schematic of a vapor bubble February 22, 2016
New research introduces 'pause button' for boiling
News From the Field
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