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bacteria

Bacteria ‘Translator’ Allows Bugs to Talk to Each Other for First...

The findings, from scientists at Imperial College London, allow bacteria that don’t usually live together – such as those that normally live on the skin,...
batteries

Seeing How Next-Generation Batteries Power-Up

The Science Next-generation batteries based on magnesium rather than lithium ions hold promise to be more efficient, safer, and cheaper. One electrode is metallic magnesium....
scanner

New Scanner Could Provide Earlier Diagnosis of Dementia

The two ETH particle physicists Jannis Fischer and Max Ahnen are building a brain scanner that is ten times less expensive and much smaller...

Building Better Batteries to Provide Renewable Energy Anytime, Anywhere

Research on lithium ion batteries — the power source for cellphones and nearly every piece of electronics we use daily — began at UC...
Electronics Laboratory

Smart Buildings That Can Manage Our Electricity Needs

A smart grid that decides how best to distribute energy based on availability, cost and customers’ needs – that’s the energy concept being developed...
solar

Sustainable Solvent Platform for Photon Upconversion Increases Solar Utilization Efficiency

Scientists at Tokyo Tech have developed a new low-cost, environmentally friendly photon upconversion platform that achieves high thermal stability using deep eutectic solvents. Deep...
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Pancreatic Stem Cells on Tap

A new cell culture procedure developed by A*STAR will assist the study of diabetes and facilitate better treatments1. “Our discovery will enable studies of...
polymer

Making Polymer Chemistry Click

The Science By using resources and expertise at the Molecular Foundry, researchers from the Scripps Research Institute developed a new chemical process to create polymers...
computer server

Old Phones Get New Life in High-Powered Computer Servers

In a recent paper, graduate student Mohammad Shahrad and David Wentzlaff, an assistant professor of electrical engineering, demonstrated that it is possible to build...
cancer

That’s Gold! Griffith Finds Cheap Way to Detect Cancer

Griffith University scientists have developed a new class of nanomaterials that could detect early cancer. The inexpensive, non-invasive diagnostic tool can deliver sensitive and specific...
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A Sputtering Step Closer to Cheaper Solar Cells

In the search for alternatives to silicon-based solar cells, A*STAR researchers are investigating a new material that is cheaper and easier to make, and...
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Chip-Based Nanoscopes Offer a Stable and Affordable Peek into the Atomic...

Currently, in order to achieve high-resolution images, optical nanoscopy techniques use glass slides to contain samples along with an advanced microscope for imaging. However,...
optical brain

Shedding Light on Brain Activity

A multidisciplinary team of researchers, including UC Santa Barbara scientists John Bowers, Michael Goard and Luke Theogarajan, has been awarded $9 million from the...
fuel cells

Making Better Material for Fuel Cells

Take a ride on the University of Delaware’s Fuel Cell bus, and you see that fuel cells can power vehicles in an eco-friendly way. In...
polystyrene

Researchers Use Polystyrene to Make Next-Generation of Solar Panels Even Cheaper

Researchers from The University of Manchester are using polystyrene particles rather than expensive polymers to make the next generation of solar cells, which are...
Holographic Imaging

Holographic Imaging Could Be Used to Detect Signs of Life in...

We may be capable of finding microbes in space—but if we did, could we tell what they were, and that they were alive? This month...
Supercapacitors

UW Team Develops Fast, Cheap Method to Make Supercapacitor Electrodes for...

Supercapacitors are an aptly named type of device that can store and deliver energy faster than conventional batteries. They are in high demand for...
Aziridines

Greener Molecular Intermediates May Aid Drug Design

Scientists at Rice University have simplified their approach to synthesize a highly versatile family of precursors en route to biologically active compounds. Their method...
lithium sulfur

The Layered Look of Lithium Sulfur

In the quest for longer-lasting lithium rechargeable batteries, some researchers are looking to use sulfur as electrodes. The chemistry of lithium-sulfur, in theory, could...
diabetes

Injectable Solution May Provide Weeks of Glucose Control

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have created a technology that might provide weeks of glucose control for diabetes with a single injection, which would...