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Dark Matter Probably Isn’t a Mirror Universe, Colliding Galaxies Suggest
Space.com, 30 March 2015
Mathematicians Solve 60-year-old Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Problem
Scientific Computing, 30 March 2015
New approach uses “twisted light” to increase the efficiency of quantum cryptography systems
Technology Org, 30 March 2015
Electromagnetic Arc Generator Could Protect Against Shockwaves with Plasma
IEEE Spectrum, 30 March 2015
Physicists Describe New Class of Dyson Sphere
Technology Review, 30 March 2015
How to entangle nearly 3000 atoms using a single photon
Physics World, 30 March 2015
Hollow-core photonic crystal fibers for high-power, ultrafast lasers
SPIE Newsroom, 30 March 2015
How to Stop a Nanosphere
Physics, 30 March 2015
Optical refrigeration for ultra-efficient photovoltaics
SPIE Newsroom, 30 March 2015
Search for Potentially Habitable Worlds Targets Red Dwarf Stars
Space.com, 30 March 2015
Single Dot Meets Single Ion
Physics, 30 March 2015
Acoustic Structure Could Evade Sonar
Physics, 30 March 2015
Diamond bull’s-eye collects polarized photons at a rapid rate
Physics World, 30 March 2015
Nanospheres cooled with light to explore the limits of quantum physics
ECN, 30 March 2015
Ancient explosion warps space and time
Cosmos, 30 March 2015
Cold Atoms, Meet Flux Quanta
Physics, 30 March 2015
Scientists invent new way to control light, critical for next gen of super fast computing
Science Daily, 30 March 2015
‘Nanofiber gusher’ created
Science Daily, 30 March 2015
Carbon nanotubes could lead to machine-brain highways
Wired UK, 30 March 2015
Super tough nanofibers
Materials Today, 30 March 2015
Chemists make new silicon-based nanomaterials
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Tiny bio-robot is a germ suited-up with graphene quantum dots
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Flexible Bragg Reflectors for Optical Applications
Materials Views, 30 March 2015
Magnets can control heat and sound
Science Daily, 30 March 2015
An improved method for coating gold nanorods
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Scientists develop cool process to make better graphene
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Imperfect graphene opens door to better fuel cells
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
A better method for making perovskite solar cells
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Researchers pattern magnetic graphene
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Second natural quasicrystal ever found in ancient meteorite
Science Daily, 30 March 2015
Maps predict strength of structures
Science Daily, 30 March 2015
Magnetic nanotubes for cancer therapy and imaging
Materials Today, 30 March 2015
Tough, fish scale-like material with soft flexibility could protect soldiers, astronauts
Science Daily, 30 March 2015
Blood-clotting polymer could save soldiers’ lives
Wired UK, 30 March 2015
New paint-like coating makes tough surfaces that repel spills, scratches (w/ Video)
PhysOrg, 30 March 2015
Disrupted Biological Clock Linked to Alzheimer’s
Bioscience Technology, 30 March 2015
Body’s Good Fat Tissue Communicates With Brain Through Sensory Nerves
Bioscience Technology, 30 March 2015
Serious head injuries may contribute to faster brain ageing, new study reveals
News Medical, 27 March 2015
Magnetic nanoparticles open blood-brain barrier for delivery of therapeutic molecules
27 March 2015
A Brain-Computer Interface That Lasts for Weeks
IEEE Spectrum, 27 March 2015
An ‘octopus’ robot with eight limbs developed to clear rubble in Fukushima, Japan
Science Daily, 27 March 2015
The Simple, Elegant Algorithm That Makes Google Maps Possible
VICE, 27 March 2015
New Issue of the Journal Cell is All About Food
Scientific American, 27 March 2015
Researchers Pick up Tricks from Real Sidewinder Rattlesnakes to Develop Snake-Like Robots
AZoRobotics, 26 March 2015
Should We Take Steps to Prevent Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Contagion?
Scientific American, 26 March 2015
Potential new drug target may protect against certain neurodegenerative diseases
Medical Xpress, 26 March 2015
Progression of dysfunctional tau protein drives cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease
News Medical, 26 March 2015
Heat-beating beans resist climate change
Science, 26 March 2015
Handiii: A Sub $300, 3D Printed, Smart-Phone Connected Bionic Arm (VIDEO)
Medgadget, 26 March 2015
Researchers create fast-growing trees that are easier to turn into fuel
R&D Mag, 23 March 2015

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