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atomic-scale model of a nanophononic metamateril Nanoscale pillars could radically improve conversion of heat to electricity
Released February 20, 2014
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Zhifeng Ren UH researchers create new flexible, transparent conductor
Released January 28, 2014
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tiny interwoven fibers Duke engineers make strides toward artificial cartilage
Released December 13, 2013
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researchers show off the very stretchy material Transparent artificial muscle plays music
Released August 29, 2013
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three ruga states and how they form Ironing Out the Origins of Wrinkles, Creases and Folds
Released July 17, 2013
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six-layer harness satin weave Kevlar target "Shields to Maximum, Mr. Scott"
Released June 27, 2013
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size comparison of a microgripper and forceps Team Deploys Hundreds of Tiny Untethered Surgical Tools in First Animal Biopsies
Released April 23, 2013
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graphene-coated ribbons of vanadium oxide Hybrid Ribbons a Gift for Powerful Batteries
Released March 25, 2013
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image of  damaged gel Tough Gel Stretches to 21 Times Its Length, Recoils, and Heals Itself
Released September 6, 2012
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a spray-painted lithium-ion battery Researchers Develop Paintable Battery
Released June 28, 2012
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artist's impression of new coaxial nanocable "Nanocable" Could Be Big Boon for Energy Storage
Released June 7, 2012
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an assembled magnetically actuated peel test Magnetic Test Technique Helps Ensure Reliability of Microelectronics, PV Cells and MEMS
Released April 11, 2012
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the Buckliball Research: "Buckliball" Opens New Avenue in Design of Foldable Engineering Structures
Released March 26, 2012
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electrical response on the inner aortic wall Ferroelectric Switching Discovered for First Time in Soft Biological Tissue
Released January 30, 2012
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nanodiamonds Tiny Gems Take Big Step Toward Battling Cancer
Released March 9, 2011
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football players Improving Armor, Helmets and Diagnosis
Released August 4, 2010
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facial reconstruction models Engineering Could Give Reconstructive Surgery a Facelift
Released July 12, 2010
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nonlinear acoustic waves Caltech Researchers Create 'Sound Bullets'
Released April 21, 2010
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a one-atom thick sheet of graphene With Support, Graphene Still a Superior Thermal Conductor
Released April 8, 2010
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necklace-like patterns of crystal defects Brown University Scientists Discover New Principle in Material Science
Released April 7, 2010
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engineering graphic Game-changing Nanodiamond Discovery for MRI
Released January 14, 2010
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engineering graphic Promise of Nanodiamonds for Safer Gene Therapy
Released September 1, 2009
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Photo of the electronic-eye camera. The Shape of Things to Come
Released August 6, 2008
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Aquatic bacteria attach to a surface, and each other, by their glue-secreting holdfasts. Waterproof Superglue May Be Strongest in Nature
Released April 11, 2006
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