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Researchers have addressed one of the most significant challenges to the use of organic thin-film transistors.
Pinpointing two crab urine chemicals out of hundreds opens new doors of understanding of how marine chemical messaging works.
It's time to develop alternate drugs against small infections as a strategy to slow the antibiotic resistance crisis, Georgia Tech evolutionary bacteriologists say.
Researchers are providing information about the reaction kinetics involved in growing metallic nanocrystals.
Brain signals are as furtive as the wartime encryption system 'Enigma,' but they can be similarly decrypted as new research shows.
A new study assesses scientific papers in materials chemistry.
A lighted footpath powered partially by piezoelectric tiles will soon be operational at the Kennedy Space Center.
While human-made devices inspired by gecko feet have emerged in recent years, enabling their wearers to slowly scale a glass wall, the possible applications of gecko-adhesion technology go far beyond Spiderman-esque antics.
Nanotextured surface on stainless steel appears to kill bacteria.
A brush that's like a shoe brush on a micron scale can have great potential uses for industry and medicine -- but only if it works right.
Early Earth probably would have frozen solid, if not for greenhouse gasses, and a new model shows how they could have feasibly arisen.
A new initiative known as IMPAX is transferring technology into the Navy.
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