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progeny clustering technique Rice University bioengineers advance computing technique for health care and more
Released August 12, 2015
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an acoustofluidic sputum liquefaction device On-chip Processor: first step in point-of-care asthma and tuberculosis diagnostics
Released July 30, 2015
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micrographs of resin Polymer mold makes perfect silicon nanostructures
Released July 2, 2015
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copper and porous surfaces Plugging up leaky graphene
Released May 8, 2015
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red blood cell infected with the malaria parasite International research team discovers new mechanism behind malaria progression
Released April 27, 2015
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red blood cell infected with the malaria parasite Model uncovers malaria parasite causes red blood cell changes
Released April 27, 2015
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MRI of a brain New super-fast MRI technique demonstrated with song 'If I Only Had a Brain'
Released April 21, 2015
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Rice University research team New tactic targets brain tumors
Released April 20, 2015
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a microscope image shows mature blood vessels Amniotic stem cells demonstrate healing potential
Released April 8, 2015
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FIFA 2014 mind-controlled exoskeleton What can brain-controlled prosthetics tell us about the brain?
Released April 8, 2015
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brain regions that control fingers movements The rest of the brain gets in the way
Released April 7, 2015
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researchers with computer Cells exercise suboptimal strategy to survive
Released April 6, 2015
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pairs of carbon nanotube fibers Carbon nanotube fibers make superior links to brain
Released March 25, 2015
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engineering graphic Bioelectricity plays key role in brain development and repair
Released March 11, 2015
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a flat, ultrathin lens Perfect colors, captured with one ultra-thin lens
Released February 19, 2015
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engineering graphic Seeing the knee in a new light: Fluorescent probe tracks osteoarthritis development
Released February 3, 2015
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a neuron growing through a microtube Microtubes create cozy space for neurons to grow, and grow fast
Released November 11, 2014
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Rafael Davalos New technology shows promise for delivery of therapeutics to the brain
Released November 3, 2014
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bone matrix left as an unsorted control A new way to extract bone-making cells from fat tissue
Released October 6, 2014
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yoga and meditation boost brain power New study shows that yoga and meditation may help train the brain
Released October 3, 2014
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Yongzhi Qiu and Wilbur Lam (right) Platelets modulate clotting behavior by 'feeling' their surroundings
Released September 22, 2014
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a 3-D tissue culture A 'clear' choice for clearing 3-D cell cultures
Released September 3, 2014
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Nitin Samarth works with the machine in his lab The birth of topological spintronics
Released July 23, 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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a computer simulation depicts an fd virus Researchers use virus to reveal nanopore physics
Released June 16, 2014
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illuminated brain Illuminating neuron activity in 3-D
Released May 18, 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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a 300 m x 300 m x 100 m Mag-Bot with a claw New advance in 3-D printing and tissue engineering technology
Released February 11, 2014
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strips developed at Rice University Quick test finds signs of diarrheal disease
Released February 6, 2014
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