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Rice University researchers Better proteins capture a boon for drug manufacturers
Released January 22, 2014
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a new microfluidic technique Separating the good from the bad in bacteria
Released October 16, 2013
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a new technique called mbPAINT Scientists use blur to sharpen DNA mapping
Released October 7, 2013
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microscopy images of artificial ion channels Man-made Pores Mimic Important Features of Natural Pores
Released July 17, 2012
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Teresa Bandosz Carbonized Coffee Grounds Remove Foul Smells
Released February 7, 2012
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flaky crystal-type nanosheets Minnesota Discovery Could Make Fuel and Plastics Production More Energy Efficient and Cost Effective
Released October 12, 2011
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new desalination device New Approach to Water Desalination
Released March 23, 2010
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virtual electrowetting channels A Lab-on-a-chip With Moveable Channels
Released March 19, 2010
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Images of c-oriented silicalite-1 zeolite membrane and membrane undergone rapid thermal processing. Membrane Breaks Through Performance Barrier
Released July 30, 2009
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Silicon-oxygen nanoparticles aggregate to form zeolites. Crystal Sieves, Born Anew
Released April 17, 2006
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Screen shot from animation showing diffusion High-Tech Sieve Sifts for Hydrogen
Released February 2, 2006
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Water travels through carbon nanotubes faster than models predict. Slippery When Wet
Released November 10, 2005
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