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mist screen
Personal Screens Made From Mist: Innovative Technology Made Out Of Thin Air [VIDEO]
Apr 11, 2014 15:05 PM E
Soon you may be able to show your presentation slides by simply moving your finger through thin air, literally.
Molecular Structure
Self-Healing Materials Progress To Plastic, Repairing Damage Under Mild Heat [VIDEO]
Apr 11, 2014 12:48 PM E
New self-healing plastic could be used in cars or airplanes to repair surface scratches quickly under low heat.
cells bursting
Scientists Discover Protein Essential For Cell Volume Regulation
Apr 10, 2014 16:52 PM E
Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have identified the protein that regulates the intake of water by cells and prevents them from bursting.
A Tool of the Trade of Cryopreservation
Cryopreservation Has 99 Cadavers In A Hopeful 'Deep-Freeze' In Michigan [VIDEO]
Apr 10, 2014 16:08 PM E
People are plunking down about $30 to $35,000 to be cryopreserved in the hopes that advances in medical science will bring them or their loves ones -- including pets -- a second chance at life.
trees storage
Trees For Energy Storage: Cellulose From Trees Can Be Used To Build High-Energy Capacitators
Apr 08, 2014 14:17 PM E
Trees may very soon help in building sophisticated storage devices.
nanomachines
Silver-Based Superlattices Create Molecular Machines With Varied Uses In Nanotechnology
Apr 06, 2014 13:41 PM E
A collection of about 500 silver atoms works together to create a so-called nanomachine with gears capable of being used in energy harvesting and molecular-scale sensing.
graphene
2D Materials: After Graphene, Researchers Now Find Miracle Molybdenum Disulfide
Apr 04, 2014 14:13 PM E
Researchers have found that two-dimensional molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) exhibits properties as good as or even better than graphene.
wind farm
Wind Farms Just Need To Get A Little Off The Checkerboard To Produce More Energy
Apr 01, 2014 17:42 PM E
A team of researchers at Johns Hopkins University has made a detailed study of the wake effects caused by airflow both within and around a wind farm.
light
New Method Of Filtering Light Has Potential Applications In Microscopes And Phones
Mar 31, 2014 11:27 AM E
Researchers from MIT have created a device that allows light of any wavelength to pass through only if it is coming from a specific angle.
Mollusk shell
See-Through Mollusk: Scientists Discover What Makes Transparent Capiz Shells So Durable
Mar 30, 2014 15:59 PM E
An Asian mollusk known as the windowpane oyster has a unique shell that's highly durable, yet almost completely clear. Scientists at MIT recently found out how that's possible.
Yeast
Synthetic Chromosome: Major Step In Synthetic Biology As Live Yeast Artificially Created In A Lab
Mar 28, 2014 13:21 PM E
Scientists for the first time have inserted synthetic DNA into the nucleus of a cell. The subject, brewer's yeast, then passed the artificial chromosomes on to 125 generations of offspring.
Unswattable
Fly’s Flight Muscles, As Seen From Inside, Make 3-D Film Debut
Mar 27, 2014 10:19 AM E
With the Help of X-Rays, A Fly's Spectacular Flying Skills Are Shown To Hinge All On the Hinge.
Living Material
Living Materials': Inspired By Bone, MIT Invents E. Coli-Based Substance That Grows Itself
Mar 24, 2014 15:25 PM E
Scientists have created a conductive material using the living cells of E. coli bacteria. These "living materials" could one day be used in batteries or medical devices.
Fiber Optics
Scientists Demonstrate Three-Way Quantum Communication: What's Faster Than The Speed Of Light?
Mar 24, 2014 11:27 AM E
A team of international scientists has sent information over thousands of miles at faster than the speed of light. Quantum mechanics makes it possible.
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