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Artificial photosynthesis breakthrough turns CO2 emissions into plastics and biofuel
Gizmag, 26 April 2015
Long-term exposure to air pollution may pose risk to brain structure, cognitive functions
Science Daily, 26 April 2015
Direct probing of brain reveals multiple regions cause tinnitus
New Scientist, 26 April 2015
Nerve Activity Stimulates Brain Tumor Growth
Bioscience Technology, 26 April 2015
Understanding how nerve cells in the brain produce energy required to function
News Medical, 26 April 2015
Plant genetics: Sweet potato is already a GM crop
Nature, 24 April 2015
Machine Dreams
Technology Review, 24 April 2015
The Opposite Side of the Brain to a Clot is Key to Stroke Rehabilitation
Scientific American, 24 April 2015
First visible light detected directly from an exoplanet
Physics World, 24 April 2015
Biggest dark matter detector lies in wait for antisocial WIMPs
New Scientist, 24 April 2015
No Hint of Exotic Higgs Particles
Physics, 24 April 2015
Eliminating light leakage in a liquid crystal display
SPIE Newsroom, 24 April 2015
Weighing Dark Matter Halos with the Cosmic Microwave Background
Physics, 24 April 2015
The Simplicity of Black Holes
Physics, 24 April 2015
How the Moon Formed: Violent Cosmic Crash Theory Gets Double Boost
Space.com, 24 April 2015
Sorting Carbon Nanotubes with Light
Physics, 24 April 2015
Mysterious baryon resonance is a subatomic molecule, say physicists
Physics World, 24 April 2015
Mathematicians Chase Moonshine’s Shadow
Scientific American, 24 April 2015
All-photonic Quantum Repeaters: a Major Step Towards a Worldwide Quantum Internet
IEEE Spectrum, 24 April 2015
Negative Ions in Cold Storage
Physics, 24 April 2015
The LHC Has Broken Its Own Particle Acceleration World Record
VICE, 24 April 2015
The Quest for Electromagnetic ‘Full Absorption’ and the End of Power Lines
VICE, 24 April 2015
Perovskite Leads to 100-Percent Efficient Nanowire Lasers
IEEE Spectrum, 24 April 2015
Quantum computing: Bounds on the quantum information ‘speed limit’ tightened
Science Daily, 24 April 2015
Graphene Brings Photodetectors to the Brink of Terahertz Speeds
IEEE Spectrum, 24 April 2015
Researchers establish theoretical framework for graphene physics
ECN, 24 April 2015
A Potato Made with Gene Editing
Technology Review, 22 April 2015
New tactic targets brain tumors
R&D Mag, 22 April 2015
The Wearable Device That Could Unlock a New Human Sense
The Atlantic, 22 April 2015
Electronic Gate Built For Silicon Quantum Computers
IEEE Spectrum, 22 April 2015
Neurosurgeons to speak on clinical utility of real-time navigated laser therapy
BioOptics World, 22 April 2015
An electronic micropump to deliver treatments deep within the brain
Medical News Today, 22 April 2015
New study describes way to regenerate lung tissue after injury
News Medical, 20 April 2015
Scientists Unveil Cheap and Disposable Paper Test for Morphine
Medgadget, 20 April 2015
‘Cruise control for pedestrians’ will steer your muscles for you
Wired UK, 20 April 2015
Touch-Sensing Neurons Are Multitaskers
Bioscience Technology, 20 April 2015
Encountering a Wall Corrects ‘GPS’ Cells in Mouse Brains
Bioscience Technology, 20 April 2015
New transitional stem cells discovered
R&D Mag, 20 April 2015
Dartmouth researchers use new strategies to target drug-resistant pathogens
News Medical, 14 April 2015
Engineers devise method for producing high-res, 3D images of nanoscale objects
NANO Magazine, 14 April 2015
Robotic Hands That Feel and Know What They’re Touching (VIDEO)
Medgadget, 14 April 2015
Amniotic stem cells demonstrate healing potential
R&D Mag, 14 April 2015
Sparks of consciousness mapped in most detail yet
New Scientist, 14 April 2015
Recipe for antibacterial plastic: Plastic plus egg whites
Science Daily, 14 April 2015
Skyrmions get a sonic touch
Nanowerk, 14 April 2015
Scientists visualize potential brain cancer treatments in real time with nanotechnology
PhysOrg, 14 April 2015
Temperature behaves in strange and unexpected ways in graphene
Nanowerk, 14 April 2015
Nanoparticles could make big impact for patients in need of cornea transplant
Nanowerk, 14 April 2015
Magnetic memory promises faster and more energy efficient information storage
PhysOrg, 14 April 2015
Researchers Discover Novel Mechanism Controlling Lung Cancer Stem Cell Growth
Bioscience Technology, 14 April 2015

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