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Lakes may shrink in size and smaller lakes may even disappear.
by Dartmouth College
5.24.2019
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Arranging nanowires in bent configurations may make them less likely to fail inside electronic devices.
by KAUST
5.24.2019
3:00pm
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Researchers have developed a new methodology that can be used to create a class of stretchable polymer composites with enhanced electrical and thermal...
by Carnegie Mellon University
5.24.2019
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Researchers have perform simple calculations by shining bands of light through a polymer cube.
by McMaster University
5.24.2019
12:18pm
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Neurogenesis may moderate effects of brain pathology.
by University of Illinois at Chicago
5.24.2019
11:46am
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A battery-powered, wearable personalized temperature control system could help save energy on air conditioning and heating.
5.24.2019
11:07am
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A fresh look at decades old data and imagery shows that the Moon may be shrinking as its interior cools.
5.24.2019
11:02am
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A new technique could prevent bacterial contamination and infection in medical implants by using light combined with gold nanoparticles.
by ICFO
5.24.2019
11:00am
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Earth is bombarded every year by rocky debris, but the rate of incoming meteorites can change over time.
by Geological Society of America
5.24.2019
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Engineers have developed a high-throughput computational method to design new materials for next generation solar cells and LEDs.
by University of California - San Diego
5.24.2019
9:33am
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For a wearable sensor to be truly effective, it must be flexible and adhere fully to both wet and dry skin but still remain comfortable for the user.
by American Chemical Society
5.24.2019
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Study sheds light on mutation involved in autism, schizophrenia.
by Ohio State University
5.23.2019
6:00pm
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The University of Texas at Austin team that led a twin satellite system launched in 2002 to take detailed measurements of the Earth.
by University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center
5.23.2019
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Technology could enable new medical, industrial, environmental biosensors.
by Jade Boyd, Rice University
5.23.2019
3:00pm
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Researchers have used sound waves to precisely manipulate atoms and molecules, accelerating the sustainable production of breakthrough smart materials.
by RMIT University
5.23.2019
1:00pm
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While researchers have used AUVs in the past to capture images in the deep waters, it still requires a human to manually process and analyze the images.
5.23.2019
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Physicists may have found a way to manipulate superthin, waferlike monolayers of superconductors, thus changing the material’s properties to create new...
by Journal of Applied Physics
5.23.2019
11:00am
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Wasted food can be affordably turned into a clean substitute for fossil fuels.
by University of Waterloo
5.23.2019
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‘Circular’ nanocarriers made of waste.
by CORDIS
5.23.2019
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The increasing strategic alliances are expected to trigger the progressive supranuclear palsy therapeutics market growth during the forecast period.
by ReportBuyer
5.23.2019
6:00am
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In a ground-breaking study, a team led by SFU physics professor David Sivak demonstrated for the first time a strategy for manipulating these machines to...
by Simon Fraser University
5.22.2019
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Researchers worked with tiny, deformable spherical polymer beads with a hydrogel-like structure.
by Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf
5.22.2019
3:00pm
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Using magnetism and light, researchers managed to create synapses that are able to learn by a gradual change of the magnetization.
by Radboud University
5.22.2019
1:12pm
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A unique method to use novel rock salt in rechargeable magnesium batteries.
by Tokyo University of Science
5.22.2019
1:00pm
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Conductive and compressible carbon aerogels are useful in a variety of applications.
by University of Science and Technology of China
5.22.2019
11:00am
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Quantum interferometry reveals the chosen pathway of coherent phonon generation.
by Tokyo Institute of Technology
5.22.2019
10:00am
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Researchers investigate "error bound" that limits usable simulations.
by University of Heidelberg
5.22.2019
9:17am
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Pharma 4.0 is aimed at reducing pharmaceutical manufacturing problems by increasing quality and productivity coupled with decreasing risk and waste.
by IndustryARC
5.22.2019
9:00am
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What if drones and self-driving cars had the tingling "spidey senses" of Spider-Man?
by Kayla Wiles, Purdue University
5.22.2019
7:00am
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Researchers have found a way to target drug-resistant esophageal cancer cells by exploiting the different energy needs of cancerous versus healthy cells.
by Medical University of South Carolina
5.22.2019
6:00am

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