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Platinum-Graphene Atomically-thin Fuel Cell Catalysts Show Superior Stability Over Bulk Platinum

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Films of platinum only two atoms thick supported by graphene could enable fuel cell catalysts with unprecedented catalytic…
New research gives breakthrough for transparent conductors

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Researchers at the University of Liverpool, University College London (UCL), NSG Group (Pilkington) and Diamond Light Source have…
New route to carbon-neutral fuels from carbon dioxide discovered

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If the idea of flying on battery-powered commercial jets makes you nervous, you can relax a little. Researchers…
Breakthrough in harnessing the power of biological catalysts

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The power of nature could soon be used to create day-to-day materials such as paints, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals…
Pearls inspire new material for body armor

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Round, smooth and iridescent, pearls are among the world’s most exquisite jewels; they have fascinated humanity since ancient…
Synthetic fuels could help shrink transport sector’s carbon footprint

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Synthetic fuels, made using carbon captured from the air, farm waste or biomass, could help the transport sector…
Aptorum Group Announces Microbiome Drug Candidate Targeting Obesity and Drug Candidates Targeting Neuroblastoma

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Aptorum Group Limited (Nasdaq: APM) (“Aptorum Group”), a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel therapeutics to…
Tiny Airborne Particles from Wildfires have Climate Change Implications

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Chemical and microphysical analyses reveal formation processes for tarballs that result from emissions of biomass burned in wildfires…
How cells translate genetic information

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Researchers have identified another part of the machinery that cells use to efficiently and precisely turn DNA into…
Blink and you’ll miss it

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Many natural and synthetic chemical systems react and change their properties in the presence of certain kinds of…
Inspired by natural signals in living cells, researchers design artificial gas detector

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A cube one-fortieth the size of a human red blood cell can glow when it detects flammable gas.…
Aphid-stressed pines show different secondary organic aerosol formation

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Plants emit gases, called volatile organic compounds (VOCs), that enter the atmosphere, where they can interact with other…
Cutting acrylamide in fried and baked snacks

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In 2002, the discovery of acrylamide in certain snacks rattled consumers and the food industry. Acrylamide, a probable…
Study on stability of highly energetic materials

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Understanding the physical and chemical characteristics of energetic materials under extreme conditions is crucial for their safe and…
ORNL develops method to customize microbes for better biofuel production

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Scientists at the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated a method to insert genes…
X-ray Experiments Contribute to Studies of a Drug Now Approved to Combat Tuberculosis

September 13, 2019

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new antibiotic that, in combination with two existing antibiotics, can tackle…
Defects in the material are strategically placed to cause it to take on a specific shape when the material deforms. Image credit: Caltech
New Metamaterial Morphs Into New Shapes, Taking on New Properties

September 12, 2019

While most reconfigurable materials can toggle between two distinct states, the way a switch toggles on or off,…
Breakthrough stem cell platform could shed light on mysteries of early human development

September 12, 2019

A new method for making stem cell colonies that mimic parts of early human development could help investigate…
Piotrek and CSIRO to make next-gen lithium batteries for global market

September 12, 2019

A new partnership between Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and Japanese specialist chemical manufacturer, Piotrek, will see Australian-developed…
Betting on Waste

September 11, 2019

Most of the materials that maintain our modern lives — fuels, pharmaceuticals and other commodity chemicals — come…
A drone sniffs for methane leaks in the Mobile Monitoring Challenge at the test site in Colorado. Image credit: Sean Boggs/Environmental Defense Fund
Promising mobile technologies find methane leaks quickly

September 11, 2019

On trucks, drones and airplanes, 10 promising technologies for finding natural gas leaks swiftly and cheaply competed in…
Can a High-Tech Sniffer Help Keep Us Safe?

September 11, 2019

Science stinks. So thought Megan Harries as she measured drops of putrescine and cadaverine — the chemicals that…
PALLAS predicted this complex transition pathway network for silicon. If you know how to read it, it is a roadmap that shows possible transition pathways between different structures. The tool developed by Zhu, Strobel, and Cohen correctly identified the lowest-energy transition pathway for silicon upon decompression from high pressure (thick black line). The structures in the four boxes show the different configurations of atoms along the transition path. The background colors indicate contours on the energy landscape. The points indicate stable and metastable structures of silicon with their size and color proportional to volume and energy, respectively. The composite of circles is similar to methods used in social networking analysis. Image provided courtesy of Timothy Strobel
A “GPS” to guide the discovery of new materials

September 11, 2019

New materials can contribute potential solutions to many societal issues—from increasing access to clean drinking water to improving…
Ancient pathway uncovers calcium’s role in egg development

September 10, 2019

A new study of fruit flies (Drosophila) uncovers an ancient and fundamental mechanism that provides details into a…
Building a CO2-concentrating mechanism

September 10, 2019

Researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh, York, Cambridge and Princeton have demonstrated a key step towards reconstructing a…
Scientists triple storage time of human donor livers

September 10, 2019

Scientists have greatly extended the amount of time human livers can be stored for transplantation by modifying a…
Getting a look under the hood of topological insulators

September 10, 2019

Certain materials, like copper, conduct electricity very well.  Other materials, like glass, do not.  A certain kind of…
Tiny capsules packed with gene-editing tools offer alternative to viral delivery of gene therapy

September 10, 2019

New tools for editing genetic code offer hope for new treatments for inherited diseases, some cancers, and even…
One-atom switch supercharges fluorescent dyes

September 10, 2019

It only took the replacement of one atom for Rice University scientists to give new powers to biocompatible…
Stretchy Plastic Electrolytes Could Enable New Lithium-Ion Battery Design

September 10, 2019

The growing popularity of lithium-ion batteries in recent years has put a strain on the world’s supply of…
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