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Einstein’s “Time Dilation” Prediction Verified
Scientific American, 23 September 2014
Quantum Entanglement Creates New State of Matter
Scientific American, 23 September 2014
The Stopping Power of Hot Nuclear Matter
Physics, 23 September 2014
Hints of Mysterious Dark Matter Revealed by Cosmic Rays
Space.com, 23 September 2014
Scientists Have Captured the Sound One Atom Makes
VICE, 23 September 2014
Tests suggest superconductor is odd, not impure
Futurity, 23 September 2014
Best evidence yet for coronal heating theory detected by NASA sounding rocket
ECN, 23 September 2014
Diamonds are a quantum computer’s best friend
Science Daily, 23 September 2014
Nasa’s Maven craft prepares to enter Mars’s orbit
The Guardian, 21 September 2014
For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times, 21 September 2014
Gene therapy helps weak mice grow strong
Science, 21 September 2014
In Colombia, coffee scientists urge: Viva la resistencia!
Science, 21 September 2014
Blood test could identify when cancer treatment has become detrimental
Medical News Today, 21 September 2014
The Story Of How A Scientist Got A Hair Loss Disease, Studied And Cured It
Neomatica, 21 September 2014
Rethinking the basics of graphene synthesis
Materials Today, 21 September 2014
Graphene gets a ‘cousin’ in the shape of germanene
PhysOrg, 21 September 2014
Doped graphene nanoribbons with potential
PhysOrg, 21 September 2014
Structured Oil: A Novel Soft Solid That Is 97% Liquid By Weight
Neomatica, 21 September 2014
Magnetism intensified by nanoscale defects
Nanowerk, 21 September 2014
‘Human touch’ nanoparticle sensor could improve breast cancer detection
PhysOrg, 21 September 2014
‘Solid’ light could compute previously unsolvable problems
Nanowerk, 21 September 2014
Looking at the future through graphene goggles
PhysOrg, 21 September 2014
Chemistry students discover new way of identifying hydrogen peroxide
PhysOrg, 21 September 2014
Self-cleaning surfaces – The importance of a single groove
Nanowerk, 21 September 2014
Pesky insect inspires practical nanopatterning technology
Nanowerk, 21 September 2014
Buddhist singing bowls could inspire highly efficient solar cells
Gizmag, 21 September 2014
Hydrogen production breakthrough could herald cheap green energy
PhysOrg, 21 September 2014
Cybersecurity experts take Russian hacking scare ‘with a pinch of salt’
The Guardian, 18 September 2014
Optical cell volume measurement
BioOptics World, 18 September 2014
Detecting disease by the shadow it casts
Medical News Today, 18 September 2014
Promising results for one-minute point-of-care anemia test
Medical News Today, 18 September 2014
Schizophrenia is actually 8 diseases, study says
CNN, 18 September 2014
Artificial sweeteners linked to glucose intolerance
New Scientist, 18 September 2014
Hacked photosynthesis could boost crop yields
Nature, 18 September 2014
New graphene transistors could offer new high-frequency devices
Materials Today, 17 September 2014
Graphene-based, ultra-thin light detector peeks below the surface
Gizmag, 17 September 2014
New species of electrons can lead to better computing
PhysOrg, 17 September 2014
Ceramics don’t have to be brittle: Materials scientists are creating materials by design
PhysOrg, 17 September 2014
NTU spin-off achieves breakthrough with innovative multifunction membranes
PhysOrg, 17 September 2014
Study sheds new light on why batteries go bad
PhysOrg, 17 September 2014
A low-energy optical circuit for a new era of technology
Materials Today, 17 September 2014
Micro Chiplets
Technology Review, 16 September 2014
TLR5: A Novel Therapeutic Target And Possible Master Regulator Of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Neomatica, 16 September 2014
New tools advance bio-logic
Science Daily, 16 September 2014
Artificial spleen cleans up blood
Nature, 16 September 2014
No-power Wi-Fi connectivity could fuel internet of things reality
ECN, 16 September 2014
IBM’s Brain-Inspired Computer Chip Comes from the Future
IEEE Spectrum, 16 September 2014
European Space Agency Reaches Verge of Breakthrough Comet Landing
Technology Review, 13 September 2014
Newly-discovered waste-eating bacteria could help in nuclear waste disposal
Gizmag, 13 September 2014
Sensors that improve rail transport safety
Science Daily, 13 September 2014


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