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nanowires grown on silicon Nanowire bridging transistors open way to next-generation electronics
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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a female specimen of a zebrafish Follow that fish!
Released May 13, 2014
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woman drinking water Researchers help prepare for Arizona's killer heat
Released May 12, 2014
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screen shot of Tucson skyline Engineering researchers help Tucson plan for drier days ahead
Released May 12, 2014
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Shaochen Chen Bioprinting a 3-D liver-like device to detoxify the blood
Released May 9, 2014
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Michelle Dawson and Daniel McGrail Ovarian cancer cells are more aggressive on soft tissues
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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a silicon carbide filter Microwaves heating up ultra-high-temperature (UHT) ceramics industry
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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a sharp metal scanning tunneling microscopy tip Playing pool with carbon atoms
Released April 30, 2014
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a pre-crack in a suspended sheet of graphene Graphene only as strong as weakest link
Released April 29, 2014
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Jacob Lanphere holds a sample of graphene oxide Graphene not all good
Released April 28, 2014
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Robotic hand Brain power: Bright ideas and smart tools for neuroengineering
Released April 24, 2014
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3-D cellular morphology on day 8 Engineering breakthrough will allow cancer researchers to create live tumors with a 3-D printer
Released April 24, 2014
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2014 USA Science and Engineering festival NSF-funded research spotlighted at largest science festival in the country
Released April 22, 2014
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transparent sulfur plastic lens Better thermal-imaging lens from waste sulfur
Released April 18, 2014
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graphic showing various marine organisms and the text photogallery Special for Earth Day: New NSF resources highlight surprising ecological and economic benefits of biodiversity
Released April 17, 2014
Press Release
checking vaccine Study recalculates costs of combination vaccines
Released April 17, 2014
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President Obama talks with PECASE recipients at the White House. Early Career Scientists and Engineers receive highest honor from the White House
Released April 16, 2014
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diagram of an exciton within a tetracene crystal Scientists achieve first direct observations of excitons in motion
Released April 16, 2014
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Generic News Image NSF Google Hangout for Earth Day: Surprising benefits and myths of biodiversity
Released April 15, 2014
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image of fish swimming underwater Engineers are 'schooling' themselves on fish maneuvers
Released April 14, 2014
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encoded PUA particles on a dollar bill Tiny particles could help verify goods
Released April 13, 2014
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engineering graphic New 'tunable' semiconductors will allow better detectors, solar cells
Released April 13, 2014
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bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) Glasses strong as steel: A fast way to find the best
Released April 13, 2014
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DNA hydrodynamics The motion of the medium matters for self-assembling particles, Penn research shows
Released April 9, 2014
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Hands holding a peice of technology. Innovation Corps leaders converge to discuss how to build on program's success
Released April 8, 2014
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image of a mirco-robot next to a penny As fast as their tiny 'bot' legs will carry them!
Released April 7, 2014
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solar reactor Energy breakthrough uses sun to create solar energy materials
Released April 3, 2014
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