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Researchers at work in a laboratory Big moves in protein structure prediction and design
Released December 16, 2015
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 emission of ultraviolet light from a material A molecular light switch?...Just add water
Released December 16, 2015
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chemistry graphic USF scientists focus on mineral for clues to beginning of biological life on earth
Released December 16, 2015
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pieces of transparent materials Transparent metal films for smart-phone, tablet and TV displays
Released December 15, 2015
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the A-form of DNA between two electrodes UC Davis scientists demonstrate DNA-based electromechanical switch
Released December 11, 2015
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researchers remove nanomaterials from water Shaking the nanomaterials out
Released December 10, 2015
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Alexey Shvets and Anatoly Kolomeisky Obstacles not always a hindrance to proteins
Released December 10, 2015
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an array of nanopillars Nanostructured metal coatings let the light through for electronic devices
Released December 8, 2015
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chemistry graphic New nanomanufacturing technique advances imaging, biosensing technology
Released December 8, 2015
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virus square Seeing viruses in a new light
Released December 7, 2015
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animation of markedly different colors of light Nanoscale drawbridges open path to color displays
Released December 4, 2015
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a thin plate picked up by hand Penn researchers make thinnest plates that can be picked up by hand
Released December 3, 2015
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ethanol sign A more efficient way of converting ethanol to a better alternative fuel
Released December 3, 2015
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reusable acoustic tweezers device A cheap, disposable device for diagnosing disease
Released December 2, 2015
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physics graphic Conductor turned insulator amid disorder
Released December 2, 2015
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electron microscopy image of microdiamonds Researchers find new phase of carbon, make diamond at room temperature
Released November 30, 2015
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microscope image shows an octopod Tiny octopods catalyze bright ideas
Released November 30, 2015
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motion of E.coli in fluids Penn researchers discover why E. coli move faster in syrup-like fluids than in water
Released November 25, 2015
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chemistry graphic Osteoarthritis finding sheds new light on HA injection controversy
Released November 25, 2015
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HIV Closing the loop on an HIV escape mechanism
Released November 24, 2015
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professor Tatyana Polenova with research team Peering into cell structures where neurodiseases emerge
Released November 24, 2015
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László Kürti Chemical design made easier
Released November 24, 2015
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Paul Klimov adjusts the intensity of a laser beam Strange quantum phenomenon achieved at room temperature in semiconductor wafers
Released November 20, 2015
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Comic showing three superheroes with text Generation Nano Small science, Superheroes Superhero boom inspires new contest, science learning
Released November 19, 2015
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Visualization of 3-D Cerebellar Cortex model 10 ways advanced computing catalyzes science
Released November 18, 2015
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distortion symmetry A new symmetry underlies the search for new materials
Released November 17, 2015
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Nigel Goldenfeld and Hong-Yan Shih Ecological extinction explains how turbulence dies
Released November 17, 2015
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light-driven, single-molecule submersible Rice makes light-driven nanosubmarine
Released November 16, 2015
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computer model of gold nanoparticles and ligands Researchers detail how to control shape, structure of DNA and RNA
Released November 11, 2015
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Jie Lian From 2-D to 3-D: The quest to make graphene fibers more conductive and stronger
Released November 5, 2015
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