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a fold-crease Mathematical models explain how a wrinkle becomes a crease
Released June 25, 2014
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Donhee Ham and Hosang Yoon in the laboratory Measuring the mass of 'massless' electrons
Released June 23, 2014
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two visitors working at the Tinkering Social club National Science Foundation celebrates do-it-yourself engineers, tinkerers and inventors everywhere
Released June 18, 2014
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a circuit with batteries and switch The National Science Foundation and making
Released June 18, 2014
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normal ice (left) contains water molecules Familiar yet strange: Water's 'split personality' revealed by computer model
Released June 18, 2014
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solar panels Dynamic spectroscopy duo
Released June 17, 2014
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manipulating minute areas of gain and loss Strange physics turns off laser
Released June 17, 2014
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human breast cancer tissue samples Tugging on the “malignant” switch
Released June 16, 2014
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light-trapping nanostructure Trapping light: A long lifetime in a very small place
Released June 16, 2014
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a liposome Penn research develops 'onion' vesicles for drug delivery
Released June 9, 2014
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Monica Olvera de la Cruz Designing ion 'highway systems' for batteries
Released June 9, 2014
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a surface catalyst with a built-in sensor Opening a wide window on the nano-world of surface catalysis
Released June 5, 2014
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nanocage with tetrahedral symmetry Design of self-assembling protein nanomachines starts to click
Released June 4, 2014
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 glucose molecules in water Progress on detecting glucose levels in saliva
Released June 3, 2014
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Field of corn in the sun Harvesting sunlight to help feed and fuel the world
Released May 30, 2014
Press Release
chemistry graphic DNA nanotechnology places enzyme catalysis within an arm's length
Released May 25, 2014
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Artist's conception of an RNA molecule JILA study finds crowding has big effects on biomolecules
Released May 21, 2014
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Abigail Doyle A faster track to the tools that track disease
Released May 21, 2014
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the tiny aluminum device Tricking the uncertainty principle
Released May 15, 2014
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a cartoon of an oscillating switch Strongly interacting electrons in wacky oxide synchronize to work like the brain
Released May 14, 2014
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Benjamin Yellen Microchip-like technology allows single-cell analysis
Released May 14, 2014
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superlattice Advance brings 'hyperbolic metamaterials' closer to reality
Released May 12, 2014
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chemistry graphic Scientists from USC and NYU design a molecule that blocks cancer growth in mice
Released May 12, 2014
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cobalt atoms interacting with the MgO surface Exploring the magnetism of a single atom
Released May 9, 2014
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a new technique called rotational X-ray tracking Rotational X-ray tracking uncovers hidden motion at the nanoscale
Released May 8, 2014
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an illustration of the researchers' device Penn research combines graphene and painkiller receptor into scalable chemical sensor
Released May 6, 2014
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actual metamaterial absorber pattern Genetic approach helps design broadband metamaterial
Released May 5, 2014
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skyline of the city of Los Angeles Climate change threatens to worsen U.S. ozone pollution
Released May 5, 2014
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Collage of images showing a fish, an electric pole, a scientist and a girl participating in EPSCoR NSF-funded science and engineering research programs drive economic growth
Released April 30, 2014
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images showing the color change of the sensor film New revolutionary sensor links pressure to color change
Released April 30, 2014
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