News - 4 Dec 2009
A team at The Scripps Research Institute has made major strides in solving a problem that has been plaguing chemists for many years: how best to break carbon-hydrogen bonds and then to create new...
News - 21 Oct 2009
A faster tool for cell programming and a new way of allowing quadriplegics to perform simple tasks have won grand prizes of the 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition, a program of the National...
News - 25 Mar 2009
Funding from the Missouri Life Sciences Research Fund, part of the 1998 state tobacco settlement, will establish the St. Louis Institute of Nanomedicine Working Group, a collaborative regional effort...
News - 30 Dec 2008
Researchers have discovered the atomic structure of a powerful "molecular motor" that packages DNA into the head segment of some viruses during their assembly, an essential step in their...
News - 24 Nov 2008
Bacterial decay was once viewed as fossilization's mortal enemy, but new research suggests bacterial biofilms may have actually helped preserve the fossil record's most vulnerable stuff --...
News - 29 Feb 2008
In recent years, light emitting diodes (LEDs) have begun to change the way we see the world. Now, a Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute student has developed a new type of LED that could allow for their...
Article - 6 Sep 2019
The coating of materials has happened for many years and the coating industry has become a very large and well-established sector.
Article - 26 Apr 2019
Imagine carrying a small, wearable analytical lab with you wherever you go. It could soon be possible to inspect your food with personal graphene-based wearables.
Article - 1 Nov 2017
Nanotechnology has vast potential to transform the field of medicine. By creating nanoscale machines small enough to transverse inside the blood stream, disease and traumatic injuries can be diagnosed...
Article - 30 Oct 2017
Nanotechnology can benefit medicine by creating nanoscale machines small enough to transverse inside the blood stream to help cure disease and trauma.