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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
From beehive to bone cement
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Watching chemical gardens grow
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Fully 3D-printed quantum dot LEDs
Nanowerk, 20 November 2014
Disposable electronic circuits produced with a T-shirt printer
Gizmag, 20 November 2014
New silicon allotrope could revolutionise solar cells
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Homes can wrap up warm with super-insulating foam
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
An interdisciplinary celebration
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Molecular magnet goes ultracool
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Self-cleaning surfaces from scrap silicone
Chemistry World, 20 November 2014
Water, water everywhere: How UV irradiation reversibly switches graphene between hydrophobic and hydrophilic states
PhysOrg, 20 November 2014
Researchers find magnetic state of atoms on graphene sheet impacted by substrate it’s grown on
PhysOrg, 20 November 2014
Carbon nanotube film restores light sensitivity to blind retinas
PhysOrg, 20 November 2014
Nanoimprint lithography for the fabrication of efficient low band gap polymer solar cells
Nanowerk, 20 November 2014
Research team developing injectable treatment for soldiers wounded in battle
PhysOrg, 20 November 2014
Body’s bacteria may keep our brains healthy
Science, 20 November 2014
Tongue Shocks Hasten Healing
Scientific American, 20 November 2014
Blood vessel receptor that responds to blue LED light could treat vascular disease
BioOptics World, 20 November 2014
The $.30 kit that could end malaria
CNN, 20 November 2014
Sound Waves Can Heal Brain Disorders
Scientific American, 20 November 2014
Potential new treatment for two major eye diseases using tiny needles
Medical News Today, 20 November 2014
European Spacecraft Lands on Comet in Historic Space Feat
Space.com, 19 November 2014
Dark Matter’s New Wrinkle: It May Behave Like Wavy Fluid
Space.com, 19 November 2014
Spinning a Condensate with Light
Physics, 19 November 2014
A High-Flying Web May Catch the Beginning of Time
Scientific American, 19 November 2014
Astronomers see right into heart of exploding star
ECN, 19 November 2014
Simon Says Speed Up
Physics, 19 November 2014
‘Quantum reporters’ measure magnetic resonance of one proton
Physics World, 19 November 2014
Plasmon Laser Is Fastest to Switch
IEEE Spectrum, 19 November 2014
Quantum information physics: The Peres Conjecture is false
Scientific Computing, 18 November 2014
Dental lasers/LEDs: Dentists without drills? How light-based tools are changing dentistry
BioOptics World, 17 November 2014
A Stunning and Groundbreaking Human Heart Simulation
Scientific American, 17 November 2014
Human brainwaves light up mouse genes
Nature, 17 November 2014
Direct brain-to-brain interface between humans improved
Gizmag, 17 November 2014
The Prosthetics Industry Gets A Human Touch
NPR, 17 November 2014
DNA tape recorder stores a cell’s memories
Science, 17 November 2014
Cells can fight viruses, even when stimulated to combat bacteria
Science, 17 November 2014
Personalized cocktails vanquish resistant cancers
Nature, 17 November 2014
Anti-counterfeiting tech inspired by color-changing beetle
Gizmag, 17 November 2014
Large 3D nanostructures built from Lego-like DNA bricks
Gizmag, 17 November 2014


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