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Lab-grown spinal cords
The Guardian, 28 November 2014
Two-dimensional electron liquids
ECN, 28 November 2014
Carbon nanotubes could displace silicon in LEDs
ECN, 28 November 2014
Researchers advance artificial intelligence for player goal prediction in gaming
ECN, 28 November 2014
Beautiful Fluid Actuators from Disney Research Make Soft, Safe Robot Arms
IEEE Spectrum, 28 November 2014
A low-energy optical circuit for a new era of technology
ECN, 26 November 2014
Caging the Li-ion: An advance that could make batteries last a lot longer
The Economist, 26 November 2014
First-ever look inside a working Li-ion battery
ECN, 26 November 2014
Stem cells show potential for treating rare skin disease
Science, 26 November 2014
Type 1 diabetes: a simple breath test may aid early diagnosis in children
Medical News Today, 26 November 2014
How to Hijack A Cell
Scientific American, 26 November 2014
Pain and itch neurons grown in a dish
Nature, 26 November 2014
Immune system offers clues to cancer treatment
Nature, 26 November 2014
Reducing scarring in damaged blood vessels
Medical News Today, 26 November 2014
Statins May Protect People from Air Pollution
Scientific American, 26 November 2014
New Nanomaterial Quickly Solidifies to Stop Severe Bleeding
Medgadget, 26 November 2014
Magnetically-directed nanoparticles could help heal broken bones
Gizmag, 26 November 2014
Video games replace eye patch to treat lazy eye
Gizmag, 26 November 2014
Graphene Offers a Better Way to Capture T-rays
IEEE Spectrum, 25 November 2014
EUV Needs a Plan B
EE Times, 25 November 2014
Camouflaging metamaterials create the LCD color display of the future
Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence, 25 November 2014
Smartwatch detects skin’s electricity to predict seizures
New Scientist, 24 November 2014
Macular degeneration may respond to new laser therapy
Medical News Today, 24 November 2014
People with hand transplants can gain near-normal sense of touch
Science, 24 November 2014
Electrical Stimuli Induced Bodily Control in Spinal Cord Injuries
Medgadget, 24 November 2014
Algorithms and cameras track spinning space junk
Wired, 24 November 2014
Turkey Looks For Energy In An Abundant Resource: Pistachio Shells
NPR, 24 November 2014
News Picks: Two new particles discovered at LHCb
Physics Today, 23 November 2014
Magnetoresistance That Doesn’t Stop
Physics, 23 November 2014
Rapid, high-resolution phase images for live cell imaging
SPIE Newsroom, 23 November 2014
Time Trials for Fundamental Constants
Physics, 23 November 2014
Pew, Pew, Pew! NASA Space Lasers to Map Earth’s Forests in 3D
Space.com, 23 November 2014
Big Bang’s Echo May Reveal Skeleton of the Universe
Space.com, 23 November 2014
What Philae Did During Its 60 Hours on a Comet
Scientific American, 23 November 2014
Unraveling the Vortex
Physics, 23 November 2014
Ask Anything: What’s The Hottest Temperature Possible?
Popular Science, 23 November 2014
Does Our Galaxy’s Black Hole Produce Neutrinos?
Space.com, 23 November 2014
Using Plasma to Manipulate Light
Physics, 23 November 2014
Frigid matter powers first quantum circuits
New Scientist, 23 November 2014
Is the “Buckydiamondoid” the Future of Molecular Electronics?
IEEE Spectrum, 21 November 2014
Cheap, Scratch-Resistant Displays
Technology Review, 21 November 2014
New RF circulator to run rings around old technology
Gizmag, 20 November 2014
Tiny battery is made from lots of even tinier “nanopore” batteries
Gizmag, 20 November 2014
Researchers Try Out A New Thin-Film Material For Transistors
C&EN, 20 November 2014
Polymer preservative set to save wooden artefacts
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Chiral Catalyst Leads To New Stereopolymer
C&EN, 20 November 2014
Electronics That Dissolve In The Body
C&EN, 20 November 2014
Transparent electrodes derived from copper and tungsten
Materials Views, 20 November 2014
New technology uses natural wood fibers to reinforce plastic materials
PhysOrg, 20 November 2014
Persuading proteins to form porous polyhedra
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014


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