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A new study shows the importance of surface diffusion in forming catalytic nanoparticles.
A separation technique based on adhesive force differences could advance stem cell therapies.
A new DARPA grant will fund development of 3-D technology able to cool future generations of microsystems.
Researchers have developed an ultra-compact passive true time delay device that could help improve phased array systems.
Researchers have developed a new technique for predicting how robots will move on granular media.
A new study suggests that mechanical forces may play a much larger role in regulating cellular processes.
A startup has received $7.9 million for drug and technology development.
Research aims at improving the performance of cochlear implants.
A perspective article describes progress toward reading and writing the neural code.
Researchers have demonstrated the use of small angle neutron scattering (SANS) to study the effects of ions moving into nanoscale pores.
Details of the unique adhesion system used by remoras could lead to new bio-inspired adhesives.
The presence of oily organic materials on atmospheric particles doesn't slow the formation of droplets that form clouds.
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