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polyelectrolytes Researchers develop models to study polyelectrolytes, including DNA and RNA
Released August 21, 2014
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Color image of the nerve cells in the brain of a songbird NSF awards $10.8 million in early concept grants for brain research
Released August 18, 2014
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Student standing at poster and talking to 3 other people NSF funds pilot project aimed at increasing the number of American Indians and Alaska Natives faculty members
Released August 18, 2014
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graphic showing structured placement used to wring out optimizations in chip layout Can our computers continue to get smaller and more powerful?
Released August 13, 2014
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a DNA molecule passes through a nanopore New material could enhance fast and accurate DNA sequencing
Released August 13, 2014
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the nanopore-gated optofluidic chip Novel chip-based platform could simplify measurements of single molecules
Released August 13, 2014
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rough running in the grass Next generation robotic legs for when the going gets rough
Released August 11, 2014
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the self-folding mobile prototype Origami robot folds itself up, crawls away
Released August 7, 2014
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an autonomous robot programmed to fold itself Robot folds itself up and walks away
Released August 7, 2014
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tessellation Learning from origami to design new materials
Released August 7, 2014
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a student demonstrates use of nanopillars A breath reveals a hidden image in anti-counterfeit drug labels
Released August 6, 2014
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Researcher collecting coral samples NSF invests in science and engineering infrastructure across the nation
Released August 5, 2014
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students look at a butterfly Butterflies could hold key to probes that repair genes
Released August 5, 2014
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The Vizzies visualization challenger open The National Science Foundation and Popular Science launch visualization challenge
Released August 4, 2014
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bonded material Learning how things fall apart
Released August 4, 2014
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orange sunset over dark blue sea Solar power to go!
Released August 4, 2014
Science Nation
grass being sprayed Engineering a protein to prevent brain damage from toxic agents
Released July 30, 2014
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a close-up of tiny bioink droplets Exploring 3-D printing to make organs for transplants
Released July 30, 2014
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DNA linkers serve as bridges Seeing is bead-lieving
Released July 28, 2014
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Nathan Mahynski Technique simplifies the creation of high-tech crystals
Released July 24, 2014
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Nitin Samarth works with the machine in his lab The birth of topological spintronics
Released July 23, 2014
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solid piece of metal sliding over another Discovery is key to metal wear in sliding parts
Released July 23, 2014
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an aerial view of the slide site at Oso, Wash. Oso disaster had its roots in earlier landslides
Released July 22, 2014
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Marni Boppart Stem cells aid muscle repair and strengthening after resistance exercise
Released July 21, 2014
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stroke rehab device Making a mental match: Pairing a mechanical device with stroke patients
Released July 16, 2014
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Rouzbeh Shahsavari, left, and Navid Sakhavand 3-D nanostructure could benefit nanoelectronics, gas storage
Released July 15, 2014
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the 52-ton, 70-foot-long concrete bridge 70-foot-long, 52-ton concrete bridge survives series of simulated earthquakes
Released July 15, 2014
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an illustration of a graphene nanoribbon Penn study: Understanding graphene's electrical properties on an atomic level
Released July 15, 2014
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electrolysis catalyst Rutgers chemists develop technology to produce clean-burning hydrogen fuel
Released July 14, 2014
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blue bacteria are consuming the sugar When faced with some sugars, bacteria can be picky eaters
Released July 8, 2014
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