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Purnendu July 19, 2016
New technique uses electrical conductivity to measure blood in dry blood spot analysis
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Rice University researchers May 20, 2016
Nanotubes are beacons in cancer-imaging technique
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a newly developed catalyst (center) March 25, 2016
New class of molecular 'lightbulbs' illuminate MRI
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Rebecca Lai February 17, 2016
Nebraska researcher finds gold--and other metals
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an ultrafast optical microscope image February 16, 2016
CU-Boulder ultrafast microscope used to make slow-motion electron movie
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crystal ice faces October 30, 2015
Solving 80-year-old mystery, chemist discovers way to isolate single-crystal ice surfaces
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covariance matrix produced with a new technique September 28, 2015
Smaller is better for nanotube analysis
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splitting water molecules September 4, 2015
Rice researchers demo solar water-splitting technology
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aging behavior of materials March 16, 2015
By land and by sea: Scientists find differences in tanning treatments for materials
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chemistry graphic February 16, 2015
Researchers synthesize material for efficient plasmonic devices in mid-infrared range
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the neat GO film January 5, 2015
Freshmen-level chemistry solves the solubility mystery of graphene oxide films
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carbon nanotube placed on an ionization source March 25, 2014
Nanotube coating helps shrink mass spectrometers
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the QEPAS sensor January 22, 2014
Rice University laser scientists create portable sensor for nitrous oxide, methane
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a strain gauge made of pencil and paper January 22, 2014
Detecting chemicals, measuring strain with a pencil and paper
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a flow micro-reactor packed with catalyst October 23, 2013
UCLA chemists use MRI to peek at temperatures of gases inside catalytic reactors
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image of a briefcase-sized detector system August 16, 2013
Nanosensors could aid drug manufacturing
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Fourier Transform Infrared image August 5, 2013
Three-dimensional IR images now in full color
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Image highlighting chemical components in painting July 9, 2013
15th-Century Paint Recipes Discovered
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MRI of a leg April 29, 2013
NYU and NYU Langone Researchers Devise Method for Enhancing CEST MRI
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bedbug on bean leaf; bedbug leg trapped (right) April 9, 2013
Bean Leaves Can Trap Bedbugs, Researchers Find
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a tiny defect, called a nitrogen vacancy February 13, 2013
Team Creates MRI for the Nanoscale
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DNA structure seen through 4D microscope February 8, 2013
Visualizing Biological Networks in 4-D
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molecules called sphingolipds January 28, 2013
New Look at Cell Membrane Reveals Surprising Organization
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Tami Lasseter Clare August 15, 2012
Professor Brings Chemistry to Art Conservation
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spintronics sample mount June 26, 2012
Rewriting Quantum Chips With a Beam of Light
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image of a battery February 10, 2012
Researchers Develop Method to Examine Batteries--From the Inside
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nuclear magnetic resonance May 17, 2011
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance With No Magnets
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