- Implantable Metal-Filled Particles Activate Cancer Drug February 23, 2014
- Oncology: Strategy restricts chemotherapeutic agent's toxicity in cells
- Structure Revealed For Bacterial Infection Apparatus March 9, 2014
- The first glimpse at the machinery used by several pathogens to infect cells is expected to affect biochemical research on several fronts
- New Brominated Flame Retardant Found In Electronics April 11, 2014
- Environment: Manufacturers may be using the compound as a replacement for toxic PBDEs
- New Materials Science Findings from Catholic University of Leuven Outlined April 3, 2014
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- Peering Inside Reactors March 2, 2014
- Analytical Chemistry: Microspectroscopy tracks multistep process in action
- Aerotech Launch New High Precision X-Y Ball-Screw Stage April 17, 2014
- Aerotech has introduced an X-Y ball-screw stage for high precision applications from surface metrology to automation. The new PlanarSL is an economical alternative for applications that do not...
- An abundant and inexpensive water-splitting photocatalyst with low toxicity active in visible light April 16, 2014
Researchers at Japan's National Institute for Materials Science have discovered a new photocatalyst, Sn3O4, which facilitates the production of hydrogen fuel from water, using sunlight as an energy source.
- Priamus System Technologies and B. Braun Melsungen Develop Technological Solutions for Injection Molding Technology April 16, 2014
- B. Braun Melsungen AG, leading pharmaceutical and medtech company, and PRIAMUS SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES AG, specialist for intelligent quality assurance and control systems for the injection molding...
- Energy Wars: Fuel From the Sea April 7, 2014
What's cooler than an "electromagnetic weapon at sea?" How about converting seawater to fuel? Those wild and crazy Naval Research Lab folks and some Navy Reserve help have found way to convert sea water into hydrocarbon fuel.
- Scalable CVD process for making 2-D molybdenum diselenide April 8, 2014
Nanoengineering researchers at Rice Univ. and Nanyang Technological Univ. in Singapore have unveiled a potentially scalable method for making one-atom-thick layers of molybdenum diselenide-a highly sought semiconductor that is similar to graphene but has better properties for making certain electronic devices like switchable transistors and ... (more)
- Research Conducted at Fudan University Has Updated Our Knowledge about Materials Science April 16, 2014
Here, we developed a simple and robust approach for preparing core-shell Au-Ag nanoshuttles using single-crystal Au nanorods as cores."
- Tough, but Clear April 2, 2014
The shells of a sea creature, the mollusk Placuna placenta, are not only exceptionally tough, but also clear enough to read through.
- Thin Metal Organics Join 2-D Club April 6, 2014
- Transmetalation increases the members of a family of ultrathin crystals
- ACS Meeting News: Fifty Years Of The James Flack Norris Award In Physical Organic Chemistry April 13, 2014
- On anniversary, awardees reminisce on the award and the field it honors
- Smartphone Attachment Detects Ionic Mercury January 29, 2014
- Water Analysis: With the snap of a picture, a new device could screen for the toxic metal