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Monika Ivantysynova and Naseem Daher New steering tech for heavy equipment saves fuel, ups efficiency
Released September 23, 2013
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brain-to-brain interface demonstration Researcher controls colleague's motions in 1st human brain-to-brain interface
Released August 27, 2013
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News thumbnail Researchers Build 3-D Structures Out of Liquid Metal
Released July 9, 2013
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cross-section of a nano-volcano carved using light Light-carved "Nano-volcanoes" Hold Promise for Drug Delivery
Released June 13, 2013
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thin film interface Moth-inspired Nanostructures Take the Color Out of Thin Films
Released May 16, 2013
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image of Salk Institute researchers Smoke Signals: How Burning Plants Tell Seeds to Rise From the Ashes
Released April 29, 2013
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DNA sequences for genetic engineering Predictability: The Brass Ring for Synthetic Biology
Released March 13, 2013
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Ka-Yiu San holds a beaker of fatty acid Modified Bacteria Turn Waste Into Fat for Fuel
Released February 28, 2013
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Close up image of hands holding plastic goggles and srtificial retina testing device Artificial Retina Receives FDA Approval
Released February 14, 2013
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Brenda Philips, University of Massachusetts Amherst New Radar System Provides Earlier Severe Weather Alerts
Released February 12, 2013
Discovery
Vinayak Dravid Researchers Create Method for More Sensitive Electrochemical Sensors
Released January 16, 2013
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a molecular-sized pore in a graphene membrane Graphene Membranes May Lead to Enhanced Natural Gas Production, Less CO2 Pollution Says CU Study
Released October 8, 2012
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Adam Arkin and researchers A Welcome Predictability
Released October 8, 2012
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engineering graphic Scientists Use Prosthetic Device to Restore and Improve Impaired Decision-making Ability in Animals
Released September 13, 2012
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Photo of photonic crystal structures for LEDs created with wafer-scale nanopatterning. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Enable Nanomanufacturing Systems for Mobile Devices
Updated September 10, 2012
Photo of Veena Misra and John Muth in the NCSU Nanostructures Laboratory. Engineering Research Centers Awarded $55.5M to Innovate in Nanoscale Science and Engineering
Released September 10, 2012
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Photo of Veena Misra and John Muth in the NCSU Nanostructures Laboratory. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Unearth Connections between Health and Environment through Nanosystems
Updated September 5, 2012
Images of a magnetic field turned on and off. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Create Chip-scale Electromagnetic Devices Enabled by Nanosystem Breakthrough
Updated September 5, 2012
Alex Zettl (left) and Will Regan Photovoltaics From Any Semiconductor
Released July 26, 2012
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Illustration showing an electron being ripped from an atom by a strong laser field. All the Colors of a High-Energy Rainbow, in a Tightly Focused Beam
Released June 7, 2012
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an electron being ripped from an atom CU-Boulder Physicists Use Ultrafast Lasers to Create First Tabletop X-ray Device
Released June 7, 2012
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the haptic simulator Vibrating Steering Wheel Guides Drivers While Keeping Their Eyes on the Road
Released April 24, 2012
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Mercedeh Khajavikhan in the lab Electrical Engineers Build 'No-waste' Laser
Released February 9, 2012
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time cloaking simulation Now You See It, Now You Didn't: Cloaking a Moment in Time
Released January 5, 2012
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Image of a transparent, flexible, polymer solar panel developed by Solarmer Energy, Inc. Eureka Park: Technology at the Edge
Released January 3, 2012
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engineering graphic DOE Researchers Achieve Important Genetic Breakthroughs to Help Develop Cheaper Biofuels
Released December 22, 2011
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CAD-type tools for engineering RNA components CAD for RNA
Released December 22, 2011
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engineering graphic Graphene Lights Up With New Possibilities
Released November 29, 2011
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image of students using tablet PCs Use of Technology-rich Learning Environment Reveals Improved Retention Rates
Released November 16, 2011
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Illustration showing how the arrangement of molecular building blocks yields novel materials. Manufacturing Goes Viral
Released October 19, 2011
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