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New stem cell technique bypasses ethical concerns
The Conversation, 15 April 2014
Living organ regenerated for first time: Thymus rebuilt in mice
Science Daily, 15 April 2014
Noses, made in Britain: UK touts lab-grown organs
U.S. News & World Report, 15 April 2014
A Cold Short-cut to CO2 Energy Storage
Renewable Energy World, 15 April 2014
‘Breakthrough’ in spinal injuries
CNN, 15 April 2014
How Earth got its plated shell
R&D Mag, 15 April 2014
Gravity measurements confirm subsurface ocean on Enceladus
R&D Mag, 15 April 2014
On Fracking Front, A Push To Reduce Leaks of Methane
Yale Environment 360, 15 April 2014
Mantle heat solves the mystery of ocean ridges
Futurity, 15 April 2014
Wire inspection: As fast as a world-class sprinter
R&D Mag, 15 April 2014
IPCC Finally Acknowledges Its “Himalayan Blunder”
Scientific American, 15 April 2014
Tracking the transition of early-universe quark soup to matter-as-we-know-it
Science Daily, 15 April 2014
Quantum melting
PhysOrg, 15 April 2014
‘Unbreakable’ security codes inspired by nature
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
Blood test could detect solid cancers
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
We Finally Know Why You Can Sustain a Conversation in a Noisy Bar
Wired, 14 April 2014
Gel promotes bone growth around surgical implants
Wired UK, 14 April 2014
Self-assembled superlattices create molecular machines with ‘hinges’ and ‘gears’
Nanowerk, 14 April 2014
Inspired by moth eyeballs, chemists develop gold coating that dims glare (w/video)
Nanowerk, 14 April 2014
Boron nitride can harvest mechanical vibrations at the nanoscale
Nanotechweb, 14 April 2014
Interwoven solar cells turn T-shirt into a power textile
Nanowerk, 14 April 2014
Color pixels made of nanowires offer new paradigm for digital cameras
PhysOrg, 14 April 2014
From stench to resource: Splitting hydrogen sulfide with solar energy
PhysOrg, 14 April 2014
Cyanoformate Structure Could Aid Efforts To Trap Carbon Dioxide
C&EN, 14 April 2014
Tiny wireless sensing device alerts users to telltale vapors remotely
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
Making the most of carbon nanotube-liquid crystal combos
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
Researchers design trees that make it easier to produce paper
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
Living Materials Respond to the Environment and Communicate With Each Other
IEEE Spectrum, 14 April 2014
Low-cost, highly efficient OLED lighting: Europium complexes emit red light at record efficiency
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
New material offers angular control over light
Physics World, 14 April 2014
Ultrabright lasers help switch single photons
PhysOrg, 14 April 2014
Tactic for Pasteurizing Raw Eggs Kills Salmonella, Doesn’t Harm Egg Quality
Science Blog, 14 April 2014
New System Simulates Human Gut to Test Medication Absorption
Medgadget, 14 April 2014
Self-healing engineered muscle grown in the laboratory
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
Major breakthrough in stem cell manufacturing technology
Science Daily, 14 April 2014
Quantum Supergravity Could Explain Weirdness of Black Holes
Wired, 14 April 2014
Laser Makes More Accurate Radar System
IEEE Spectrum, 14 April 2014
Tiny transistors for extreme environs: Engineers shrink plasma devices to resist radiation
Science Daily, 13 April 2014
This Computer Can Tell When People Are Faking Pain
Wired, 13 April 2014
UC Berkeley Scientists Advance On-Chip Inductor Technology
EE Times, 13 April 2014
Understanding cold-adapted yeasts to make cold beer
Science Blog, 13 April 2014
Science: Switching brain cells with less light
ECN, 13 April 2014
Lettuce rejoice! Scientists grow longer lasting salad
Science Daily, 13 April 2014
Magnetization can surf on the Top of a Laser-Induced Sound Wave
Science Daily, 13 April 2014
Replacing a defective gene with a correct sequence to treat genetic disorders
Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence, 13 April 2014
One kind of supersymmetry shown to emerge naturally: Unique phenomenon in condensed matter system
Science Daily, 13 April 2014
‘Indisputable’ Proof Of A New Four-Quark Particle
Popular Science, 13 April 2014
Domain walls in nanowires cleverly set in motion: Important prerequisite for the development of nano-components for data storage and sensor technology
Nanotechnology Now, 13 April 2014
Long-range 3D imaging lidar
SPIE Newsroom, 13 April 2014
Carbon Dots For White LEDs Made In One Step
C&EN, 13 April 2014

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