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glass of milk and smartphone Far-out, early-stage tech at CES 2016 Eureka Park
Released January 4, 2016
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engineering graphic New findings on embryonic heart valves may prevent congenital heart defects in newborns
Released January 4, 2016
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medal President Obama honors nation's leading scientists and innovators
Released December 22, 2015
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image showing a digital camera and a mug Algorithm helps turn smartphones into 3-D scanners
Released December 22, 2015
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engineering graphic Creativity leads to measuring ultrafast, thin photodetector
Released December 21, 2015
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man and robot National Science Foundation and federal partners award $37M to advance nation's co-robots
Released December 17, 2015
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a clam in a petri dish Scientists satisfy our taste for blue mussels and Arctic surfclams
Released December 14, 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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view inside the Ultra High Vacuum STM Heat radiates 10,000 times faster at the nanoscale
Released December 10, 2015
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cellulase molecule Anatomy of a microscopic wood chipper
Released December 10, 2015
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neural probes Mapping the brain: Probes with tiny LEDs shed light on neural pathways
Released December 10, 2015
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diagram of the thalamus Stanford scientists reveal brain circuit mechanisms underlying arousal regulation
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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a new stretchy hydrogel Stretchy hydrogel 'Band-Aid' senses, lights up, delivers medicine
Released December 7, 2015
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virus square Seeing viruses in a new light
Released December 7, 2015
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researchers with equipment Engineers develop transistor that overcomes fundamental power limitations
Released December 7, 2015
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biomedical engineer Nicole Steinmetz Pioneering effort to detect Ebola
Released December 7, 2015
Science Nation
the liquid crystalline hydrogel in a dry state Polymer puts new medical solutions within reach
Released December 4, 2015
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reusable acoustic tweezers device A cheap, disposable device for diagnosing disease
Released December 2, 2015
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illustration of liquid-metal nano-terminators Liquid metal 'nano-terminators' target cancer cells
Released December 2, 2015
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a coal burning smokestack Carbon capture analyst: 'Coal should stay in the ground'
Released December 2, 2015
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Khalid Salaita Nano-walkers take speedy leap forward with first rolling DNA-based motor
Released December 1, 2015
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engineering graphic Photonic 'sintering' may create new solar, electronics manufacturing technologies
Released December 1, 2015
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a laser beam energizing a monolayer semiconductor Coming to a monitor near you: A defect-free, molecule-thick film
Released November 26, 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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engineering graphic Discovery could open door to frozen preservation of tissues, whole organs
Released November 25, 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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self-repaired supergel New 'self-healing' gel makes electronics more flexible
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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Jacob Williams works in the lab Chemical engineers have figured out how to make vaccines faster
Released November 18, 2015
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