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new fabric to be used for implants Soldier scientists inventing lighter bullet proof vests, and more
Released May 23, 2016
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flexible solar panels Under Pressure: New technique could make large, flexible solar panels more feasible
Released May 13, 2016
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image of one of the graphene-based devices UW researchers unleash graphene 'tiger' for more efficient optoelectronics
Released May 13, 2016
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a clear, viscous jelly extrude from the pores Proton-conducting material found in electrosensory organs of sharks
Released May 13, 2016
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quasiparticle illustration A quasiparticle collider
Released May 11, 2016
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diamond/c-BN single crystal films Researchers integrate diamond/boron nitride crystalline layers for use in high-power devices
Released May 10, 2016
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chemistry graphic Made better through science: Calcite tuned to be mollusk-tough
Released May 4, 2016
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Ania Jayich Making invisible physics visible
Released May 2, 2016
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converting one type of perovskite to another Flipping a chemical switch helps perovskite solar cells beat the heat
Released April 25, 2016
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microtubules in a cardiomyocyte at rest Mechanics of a heartbeat are controlled by molecular strut in heart muscle cells
Released April 21, 2016
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Z. Valy Vardeny and Christoph Boehme A new way to get electricity from magnetism
Released April 18, 2016
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Mark Hersam Exfoliating thinner flakes of phosphorene at higher yield
Released April 18, 2016
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snapshot of a thin semiconducting crystal First-ever videos show how heat moves through materials at the nanoscale and speed of sound
Released April 15, 2016
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Mircea Dinca Materials research earns chemistry professor 40th annual Alan T. Waterman Award
Released April 14, 2016
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illustration of the surface fermion Electrons slide through the hourglass on surface of bizarre material
Released April 13, 2016
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inks' specialized surface Penn engineers develop first transistors made entirely of nanocrystal 'inks'
Released April 7, 2016
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a perovskite crystal bends and twists Stanford scientists improve perovskite solar-cell absorbers by giving them a squeeze
Released April 6, 2016
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breast cancer cells NYU Tandon researcher synthesizes hybrid molecule that delivers a blow to malignant cells
Released April 1, 2016
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an artist's rendering of nuclear fuel rods How to make metal alloys that stand up to hydrogen
Released March 29, 2016
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acoustofluidic rotational manipulation device Microfluidic devices gently rotate small organisms and cells
Released March 23, 2016
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 a nanocrystal superlattice Nanocrystal self-assembly sheds its secrets
Released March 21, 2016
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Lynden Archer with students in the lab After the Lecture: Lynden Archer
Released March 16, 2016
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tunable window Tunable windows for privacy, camouflage
Released March 14, 2016
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Samuel Linser measures optical potentials Nanostructures promise big impact on higher-speed, lower-power optical devices
Released March 14, 2016
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a  new type of foldable material A foldable material that can change size, volume and shape
Released March 11, 2016
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electrons on the surface of a Weyl semi-metal Down the rabbit hole: How electrons travel through exotic new material
Released March 10, 2016
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The surface of bismuth selenide film. Accelerating discovery in materials science
Released March 4, 2016
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Chandra Varma A proposed superconductivity theory receives exclusive experimental confirmation
Released March 4, 2016
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electroluminescent skin Super-elastic electroluminescent 'skin' will soon create mood robots
Released March 3, 2016
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illustration of pumping in two directions at once New trigger for self-powered mechanical movement
Released February 25, 2016
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