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NASA Probe Finds Nanoflares and Plasma ‘Bombs’ on Sun
Space.com, 21 October 2014
Integrated circuits with silicon hybrid plasmonic waveguides
SPIE Newsroom, 21 October 2014
Lockheed’s Fusion Promise: What We Know So Far
Popular Science, 21 October 2014
Kuiper Belt Missions Could Reveal the Solar System’s Origins
Scientific American, 21 October 2014
Scientists Close In on Creating Black Hole in Lab
Scientific American, 21 October 2014
Leaky galaxy is a star factory that could shed light on early universe
Los Angeles Times, 21 October 2014
Proton Longevity Pushes New Bounds
Physics, 21 October 2014
Milky Way Has Half As Much Dark Matter As Previously Thought
Space.com, 21 October 2014
Magnetic Fields Lock in the Heat for Fusion
Physics, 21 October 2014
Article: Upgrade set for dark-matter detector
Physics World, 21 October 2014
Controlling light with freeform optics
SPIE Newsroom, 21 October 2014
Dark matter could light up giant mirror
Physics World, 21 October 2014
Embryonic Stem Cells Restore Vision In Preliminary Human Test
NPR, 17 October 2014
Dissolvable silicon circuits and sensors
Medical News Today, 17 October 2014
Surgical robot provides minimally invasive option for brain procedure
The Engineer, 17 October 2014
Would-be drug mimics ‘good’ cholesterol
Science, 17 October 2014
Why Do Eye Muscles Function in ALS While Other Muscles Waste Away?
Scientific American, 17 October 2014
Fruit flies help in detection of explosives and drugs
The Engineer, 17 October 2014
Nanoparticles get a magnetic handle: Glowing nanoparticles can be manipulated using magnetic fields
Science Daily, 16 October 2014
Upcycling leather waste
SPE Plastics Research Online, 16 October 2014
Dramatic Ice Loss Is Messing With Antarctica’s Gravity
Popular Science, 16 October 2014
Researchers Design A High-Power Paper Battery That Bends
C&EN, 16 October 2014
Crumpled graphene could provide an unconventional energy storage
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell, And W. E. Moerner Win 2014 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
C&EN, 16 October 2014
Nuclear spins control current in plastic LED
Materials Today, 16 October 2014
Blades of grass inspire advance in organic solar cells
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
Playing seesaw at the nanoscale
Materials Today, 16 October 2014
Electrically conductive plastics promising for batteries, solar cells
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
Solid nanoparticles can deform like a liquid: Unexpected finding shows tiny particles keep their internal crystal structure while flexing like droplets
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
New material could enable new facial reconstruction treatment
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
Cheap hybrid outperforms rare metal as fuel-cell catalyst
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
Researchers develop world’s thinnest electric generator
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
“Nanograss” boosts the efficiency of organic solar cells
Gizmag, 16 October 2014
Future computers could be built from magnetic ‘tornadoes’
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
“Smart” lithium-ion battery would warn users if it is going to ignite
Gizmag, 16 October 2014
Beyond LEDs: Brighter, new energy-saving flat panel lights based on carbon nanotubes
Nanowerk, 16 October 2014
Graphene laminate drastically changes heat conduction of plastic materials
Nanowerk, 16 October 2014
Tailored flexible illusion coatings hide objects from detection
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
Unique catalysts for hydrogen fuel cells synthesized in ordinary kitchen microwave oven
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
Novel chemistry turns conventional polymers into biomedical supermaterials
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
Fluorescent DNA becomes versatile metal detector
Chemistry World, 16 October 2014
New battery uses nanotubes to recharge to 70% in just two minutes
Nanowerk, 16 October 2014
New Method Yields High-Quality Graphene Aerogels
C&EN, 16 October 2014
New battery uses nanotubes to recharge to 70% in just two minutes
Nanowerk, 16 October 2014
Discarded cigarette ashes could go to good use—removing arsenic from water
PhysOrg, 16 October 2014
Solid nanoparticles can deform like a liquid: Unexpected finding shows tiny particles keep their internal crystal structure while flexing like droplets
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
Radical polymers promising for energy applications
Materials Today, 16 October 2014
Unique catalysts for hydrogen fuel cells synthesized in ordinary kitchen microwave oven
Nanotechnology Now, 16 October 2014
Slippery When Coated: Helping Medical Devices Resist Blood Clots
NPR, 12 October 2014
New class of fatty molecules battles diabetes in mice
Science, 12 October 2014

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