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microneedle-array patch Scientists create painless patch of insulin-producing beta cells to control diabetes
Released March 14, 2016
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Samuel Linser measures optical potentials Nanostructures promise big impact on higher-speed, lower-power optical devices
Released March 14, 2016
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a  new type of foldable material A foldable material that can change size, volume and shape
Released March 11, 2016
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three nanomagnetic computer bits Experiment shows magnetic chips could dramatically increase computing's energy efficiency
Released March 11, 2016
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engineering graphic ASRC professor leads study on reconfigurable magnetic nanopatterns
Released March 9, 2016
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Amina Qutub and André Schultz 'Big Data' drills down into metabolic details
Released March 9, 2016
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image showing vascularized tissue Scaling up tissue engineering
Released March 7, 2016
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sketch of muscle in hydrogel moving These BioBots show some real muscle
Released March 7, 2016
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flexible, stretchable and tunable meta-skin Iowa State engineers develop flexible skin that traps radar waves, cloaks objects
Released March 4, 2016
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Jing Shi Spinning better electronic devices
Released March 2, 2016
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image of origami forceps Surgical tools made smaller with origami to make surgery less invasive
Released March 2, 2016
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monitoring of work-in-progress via camera drones Construction of Sacramento Kings arena using drone monitoring system developed at Illinois
Released March 1, 2016
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image of swarmbots Engineered swarmbots rely on peers for survival
Released February 29, 2016
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an image of cancellous bone New understanding of bones could lead to stronger materials, osteoporosis treatment
Released February 29, 2016
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video screen shot of a spinal cord Engineering a spinal cord repair kit
Released February 29, 2016
Science Nation
a working cell on top of a soap bubble Solar cells as light as a soap bubble
Released February 25, 2016
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microfluidics screenshot The key to mass-producing nanomaterials
Released February 24, 2016
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Vizzies logo National Science Foundation and Popular Science announce 2016 Vizzies winners
Released February 23, 2016
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a 3D schematic of a vapor bubble New research introduces 'pause button' for boiling
Released February 22, 2016
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an artist's rendition of DNA entering bacteria New device may speed up DNA insertion into bacteria
Released February 19, 2016
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Science of Innovation logo Science of Innovation (2016)
Released February 18, 2016
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engineering graphic New image analytics may offer quick guidance for breast cancer treatment
Released February 18, 2016
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Poeple at a table creating origami Video: Six new stories debut in 'Science of Innovation' series
Released February 17, 2016
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fluorescence plasmonic interferometry microdroplet Advance could aid development of nanoscale biosensors
Released February 16, 2016
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a micrograph of a motor neuron cell TAxI shuttles protein cargo into spinal cord
Released February 16, 2016
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Ashutosh Tiwari holding a substrate Engineers discover groundbreaking semiconducting material that could lead to much faster electronics
Released February 15, 2016
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illustration shows ice's molecular configuration A new form of frozen water?
Released February 12, 2016
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illustration of strong valley exciton interactions UW scientists create ultrathin semiconductor heterostructures for new technologies
Released February 12, 2016
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aerial view of LIGO detector Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein's prediction
Released February 11, 2016
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two different tadpole skulls Faulty bioelectric signal responsible for facial defects caused by rare genetic disorder
Released February 11, 2016
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