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K. Jochim and J. Hartgerink form collagen 'Sticky' ends start synthetic collagen growth
Released October 27, 2014
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nanofibers Carnegie Mellon chemists create nanofibers using unprecedented new method
Released July 31, 2014
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a liposome Penn research develops 'onion' vesicles for drug delivery
Released June 9, 2014
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clumping platelets Synthetic collagen promotes natural clotting
Released April 9, 2014
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molecules in face-on orientation Organic solar cells more efficient with molecules face-to-face
Released April 7, 2014
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optical-grade silk fibroin aqueous solution Fabricating nanostructures with silk could make clean rooms green rooms
Released March 27, 2014
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metal nanoparticle networks Nanoparticle networks' design enhanced by theory
Released February 26, 2014
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testing ice adhesion A new way to break the ice
Released February 11, 2014
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Karen Winey Penn develops computer model that will help design flexible touchscreens
Released September 3, 2013
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microscopy image of a layer of PCBM New Additive Offers Near-perfect Results As Nucleating Agent for Organic Semiconductors
Released June 11, 2013
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Alamgir Karim holds a strip of the polymer Filmmaking Magic With Polymers
Released June 5, 2013
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20-million-year-old Dominican fossil amber Fossil Amber Shatters Theories of Glass As a Liquid
Released May 7, 2013
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a common house spider, Achaearanea tepidariorum One Glue, Two Functions
Released October 2, 2012
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chemistry graphic Smooth As Silk "Transient Electronics" Dissolve in Body or Environment
Released September 27, 2012
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image of a molecule Rice University Lab Encodes Collagen
Released September 25, 2012
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chemistry and material graphic New X-ray Technique Reveals Structure of Printable Electronics
Released April 15, 2012
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a cluster of microsponges MIT Research: Delivering RNA With Tiny, Sponge-like spheres
Released February 27, 2012
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organic nanotube traps Chemists Become Molecular Sculptors, Synthesizing Tiny, Molecular Traps
Released December 5, 2011
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Malika Jeffries Iowa State Chemist Designs New Polymer Structures for Use as 'Plastic Electronics'
Released April 28, 2011
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illustration showing optically healing polymers A Scratched Coating Heals Itself
Released April 20, 2011
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Krzysztof Matyjaszewski Carnegie Mellon Researchers Electrify Polymerization
Released March 31, 2011
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Lei Zhai New 'Frozen Smoke' May Improve Robotic Surgery
Released March 1, 2011
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intracellular compartments Humble Protein, Nanoparticles Tag-team to Kill Cancer Cells
Released July 27, 2010
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plastic transistor Plastic Electronics Could Slash the Cost of Solar Panels
Released March 30, 2010
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Illustration showing shimmering platinum atoms forming a gaping honeycomb structure. Metals Shape Up with a Little Help from Friends
Released June 27, 2008
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photonic gel crystals Photonic Gel Films Hold Promise
Released October 21, 2007
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Researchers are using vitamin C (background) to craft certain plastics more efficiently. Vitamin C and Water Not Just Healthy for People -- Healthy for Plastics, too
Released October 23, 2006
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Single-molecule diodes are gatekeepers for electrons in a circuit. Device Only Atoms Across May Allow Infinitesimal But Powerful Computers
Released April 3, 2006
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