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From brittle to plastic in one breath
R&D Mag, 20 May 2015
Scientists build real-life invisibility cloak
The Independent, 20 May 2015
Researchers create microscope allowing deep brain exploration
R&D Mag, 20 May 2015
Bioprinting in 3D: Looks like candy, could regenerate nerve cells
R&D Mag, 20 May 2015
Electronic memory may bring bionic brain one step closer
Gizmag, 20 May 2015
Smart micro chips may optimise human vision
Medical News Today, 20 May 2015
Brain Cells Capable of “Early-career” Switch
Bioscience Technology, 20 May 2015
Light-activated proteins help show how dopamine neurons form
BioOptics World, 20 May 2015
Scientists regenerate bone tissue using only proteins secreted by stem cells
Science Daily, 20 May 2015
Graft-Copolymer Micelles-Based Transparent, Non-Wettable, Anti-Graffiti, Wear-Resistant Coatings
AZoM, 20 May 2015
3D graphene makes biocompatible scaffolds
Nanotechweb, 20 May 2015
New “Microneedle Pill” Could Replace Syringes For Injectable Medications
Forbes, 20 May 2015
Pairs of silicon nanocylinders can locally create and enhance light’s magnetic field
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Desirable defects in liquid crystals
Nanowerk, 19 May 2015
Researchers devise a way to grow 3 atom thick semiconducting films with wafer scale homogeneity
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Scientists develop mesh that captures oil—but lets water through
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Researchers use plant oils for novel bio-based plastics
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Control a robot fleet with your fingertips
Futurity, 19 May 2015
MEMS pack big punch in tiny package
Technology Org, 19 May 2015
Soft Robot to Swim Through Europa’s Oceans
Communications of the ACM, 19 May 2015
Big Data, Bigger Responsibility
Technology Review, 19 May 2015
New ‘magnonic’ holographic memory device could improve speech and image recognition
Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence, 19 May 2015
Ants’ movements hide mathematical patterns
Science Daily, 19 May 2015
New findings could help better understand neurodegenerative diseases
News Medical, 19 May 2015
Study shows non-memory Alzheimer’s symptoms more likely in younger people
Medical Xpress, 19 May 2015
Researchers closer to engineering yeast that make morphine, spurring worries
Science, 19 May 2015
3 ways to turn waste grease into biodiesel
Futurity, 19 May 2015
Researchers develop a novel organic device for obtaining hydrogen from water and sunlight
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
New nanomaterials inspired by bird feathers play with light to create color
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Rare African plant signals diamonds lurking under the surface
The Independent, 19 May 2015
Intense lasers cook up complex, self-assembled nanomaterials
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Molecules change shape to store solar energy
Futurity, 19 May 2015
Jellyfish skin perfect mould to cast complex nanoparticles
Chemistry World, 19 May 2015
Star creation for plant medication
Chemistry World, 19 May 2015
Metal-organic-frameworks provide new catalyst material for industry
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Efficient conversion of hydrogen and oxygen from water
Materials Today, 19 May 2015
Membrane-less electrolyser set to disrupt water splitting
Chemistry World, 19 May 2015
Electron trapping harnessed to make light sensors
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
Plant-inspired plastics take shape
Chemistry World, 19 May 2015
Shape-Shifting Substance Stays Soft
C&EN, 19 May 2015
Graphene-coated spiders’ silk could ‘catch a falling plane’
Wired UK, 19 May 2015
Superhydrophobic glass coating offers clear benefits
PhysOrg, 19 May 2015
New Device Stimulates Nerves to Bring Feeling to Prosthetic Hands
Medgadget, 19 May 2015
Resorbable Stents with Sensors and On-demand Drug Delivery for Cardiovascular Diseases
Medgadget, 19 May 2015
MIT’s crop-saving drones at the ready
Gizmag, 19 May 2015
Corkscrew planets spiral back and forth between two stars
New Scientist, 19 May 2015
Cosmic ‘Murder Mystery’ Solved: Galaxies Are ‘Strangled to Death’
Space.com, 18 May 2015
Dark Energy Tested on a Tabletop
Scientific American, 18 May 2015
Optical components deep inside transparent plastics
SPIE Newsroom, 18 May 2015
Researchers seeking to make computer brains smarter by making them more like our own
PhysOrg, 18 May 2015

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