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Upconverting Photons For a Good Solar Power Gain
New Energy and Fuel, 3 August 2015
Ancient crystals show Earth’s magnetic field switched on early
New Scientist, 3 August 2015
Graphene takes on the fight against rust
Financial Times, 3 August 2015
‘Fly-Bag': Bomb-Proof Lining Could Contain Explosions in Planes’ Cargo Hold
NBC News, 3 August 2015
Scientists produce functional liver cells from human embryonic and genetic engineered stem cells
News Medical, 3 August 2015
Non-Invasive Neurostimulators Help Paralyzed Men Learn How to Walk Again (VIDEO)
Medgadget, 3 August 2015
Life’s Building Blocks Found on a Comet: Philae Lander Reveals New Surprises
3 August 2015
Reservoir of ultracold atoms is filled continuously
Physics World, 3 August 2015
Sky Survey Casts Light on the Dark Universe
Physics, 3 August 2015
First Alien Auroras Found, Are 1 Million Times Brighter Than Any On Earth
Space.com, 1 August 2015
‘Bathtub Rings’ On Saturn Moon Titan Suggest Dynamic Seas
Space.com, 1 August 2015
‘Magnetic’ Discovery May Reveal Why Earth Supports Life and Mars Doesn’t
Space.com, 1 August 2015
Japan’s NTT to put home care robot’s in the homes of the elderly
Mashable, 1 August 2015
A 3-D Display for Your Car
Technology Review, 1 August 2015
‘Plasmonic’ material could bring ultrafast all-optical communications
ECN, 1 August 2015
Facebook taking open-source software ethos to drones
New York Times, 1 August 2015
Identification of Childhood Speech Disorders Using Facial Motion Capture
Medgadget, 31 July 2015
Sham-controlled trial of deep brain stimulation treatment for depression fails to show efficacy
News Medical, 31 July 2015
New method to cut CO2 from natural gas
E&T Magazine, 31 July 2015
Molecular Catalysts Offer New Promise for Fuel Cells
New Energy and Fuel, 31 July 2015
Adhesive Curing Within Seconds
Product Design & Development, 31 July 2015
Yarn from slaughterhouse waste
PhysOrg, 31 July 2015
All-natural sunscreen derived from algae
R&D Mag, 31 July 2015
Like paper, graphene twists and folds into nanoscale machines
PhysOrg, 31 July 2015
Meet the high-performance single-molecule diode
PhysOrg, 31 July 2015
Researchers look to the boxfish for new body armor materials
Gizmag, 30 July 2015
Properties of polyamide-6/cellulose composites enhanced by lignin-containing fibers
SPE Plastics Research Online, 30 July 2015
Smart hydrogel coating creates “stick-slip” control of capillary action
R&D Mag, 30 July 2015
How ants keep their antennae clean could have applications in nanotechnology (w/video)
Nanowerk, 30 July 2015
Battery buffer takes the strain
Chemistry World, 30 July 2015
Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?
R&D Mag, 30 July 2015
Tougher than tough: borate that expands under pressure
Materials Views, 30 July 2015
Antifreeze polymer protects cells as they thaw
Chemistry World, 30 July 2015
Don’t call them stiff: Metal organic frameworks show unexpected flexibility
PhysOrg, 30 July 2015
Synthetic material mimics coral’s ocean-cleaning attributes
Gizmag, 30 July 2015
SALt lamp runs on a glass of water and two teaspoons of salt
Gizmag, 30 July 2015
Silk-based functional inks put biosensor data on your fingertips
Gizmag, 30 July 2015
Super-elastic wire stretches without losing power
Chemistry World, 30 July 2015
Finding could lead to cheap, efficient metal-based solar cells
R&D Mag, 30 July 2015
TEF must become ‘evidenced reflection’ of the impact of teaching
Times Higher Education, 30 July 2015
Recycling plant to turn CO2 into fuel
E&T Magazine, 30 July 2015
Zeolite packaging to fight durian fruit stench
Chemistry World, 30 July 2015
New molecular butterflies help advance energy research
Nanowerk, 30 July 2015
Hollow Platinum Nanoparticles Boost Reaction Efficiency
C&EN, 30 July 2015
A new way to black gold
Nanowerk, 30 July 2015
Research group develops low-cost bi-functional carbon nanotube sponges
PhysOrg, 30 July 2015
Chemical Combo Captures And Destroys Micropollutants In Water
C&EN, 30 July 2015
Wafer-thin material heralds future of wearable technology
Nanowerk, 30 July 2015
Self-assembled aromatic molecular stacks, towards modular molecular electronic components
Nanowerk, 30 July 2015
Chemists Find A Simple Approach To Activating Amide C–N Bonds
C&EN, 30 July 2015


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