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Shaping the Future of Nanocrystals

7 hours ago − Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The first direct observations of how facets form and develop on platinum nanocubes point the way towards more sophisticated and effective nanocrystal design and reveal that a nearly 150 year-old scientific law describing crystal growth breaks down at the nanoscale. …
• JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' in Atoms − 7 hours ago
• Novel Recycling Methods: The Fluorescent Fingerprint of Plastics − 7 hours ago
• When It Comes to How Pizza Looks, Cheese Matters − 7 hours ago
• Scientists Observe Quantum Vortices in Cold Helium Droplets − 7 hours ago
• Yale's Cool Molecules − 7 hours ago
• Water And Sunlight the Formula for Sustainable Fuel − 7 hours ago
• Researchers Develop Models to Study Polyelectrolytes, Including DNA And RNA − 16 hours ago
• Water Leads to Chemical That Gunks Up Biofuels Production − Yesterday
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Ions
08-21-14

Researchers Develop Models to Study Polyelectrolytes, Including DNA And RNA

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Water
08-20-14

Water Leads to Chemical That Gunks Up Biofuels Production

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08-20-14

Salt, Pink Diamonds And DNA: 5 Surprising Facts About Crystals

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Demille
08-21-14

Yale's Cool Molecules

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Ps1
08-20-14

A Semi-artificial Leaf Faster Than 'Natural' Photosynthesis

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Spin
08-21-14

JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' in Atoms

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Future
08-20-14
Celebrating 100 Years of Crystallography
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of a revolutionary technique that underpins much of modern science, Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) magazine last week released a special edition on X-ray…
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Oil
08-19-14

Bubbling Down: Discovery Suggests Surprising Uses for Common Bubbles

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Beach
08-20-14
Sunblock Poses Potential Hazard to Sea Life
The sweet and salty aroma of sunscreen and seawater signals a relaxing trip to the shore. But scientists are now reporting that the idyllic beach vacation comes with an…
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Rice
08-20-14
Turning Waste from Rice, Parsley And Other Foods into Biodegradable Plastic
Your chairs, synthetic rugs and plastic bags could one day be made out of cocoa, rice and vegetable waste rather than petroleum, scientists are now reporting. The novel process…
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Dna
08-20-14

The Channel That Relaxes DNA

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Single
08-20-14
Seeing a Molecule Breathe
For the first time, chemists have succeeded in measuring vibrational motion of a single molecule with a femtosecond time resolution. The study reveals how vibration of a single molecule…
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Cells
08-19-14
Moving Single Cells Around - Accurately And Cheaply
HOUSTON -- ( Aug. 19, 2014 ) -- Scientists at the Houston Methodist Research Institute have figured out how to pick up and transfer single cells using a pipette…
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Logical
08-19-14
MIPT And RAS Scientists Made an Important Step Towards Creating Medical Nanorobots
Researchers from the Institute of General Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences and MIPT have made an…
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Cosmology, Big Bang

Syracuse University Physicists Confirm Existence of New Type of Meson


3 months ago − Syracuse University
• Magnetic Moment of the Proton Measured with Unprecedented Precision − 2 months ago
• Zeroing in on the Proton's Magnetic Moment − 2 months ago
• Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity − 9 days ago
• Electron 'Antenna' Tunes in to Physics Beyond Higgs − 8 months ago
• New Data Bolsters Higgs Boson Discovery − 1 months ago
• Evidence Found for the Higgs Boson Direct Decay into Fermions − 1 months ago
 
Particle Physics, Accelerator

First Indirect Evidence of So-far Undetected Strange Baryons


2 days ago − Brookhaven National Laboratory
• MIPT And RAS Scientists Made an Important Step Towards Creating Medical Nanorobots − 2 days ago
• Yale's Cool Molecules − 7 hours ago
• Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity − 9 days ago
• Electrons Moving in a Magnetic Field Exhibit Strange Quantum Behavior − 13 days ago
• 'Active' Surfaces Control What's on Them − 20 days ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat − 23 days ago
 
Nuclear

First Indirect Evidence of So-far Undetected Strange Baryons


2 days ago − Brookhaven National Laboratory
• JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' in Atoms − 7 hours ago
• Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity − 9 days ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties − 23 days ago
• Another Advancement in Imaging from INRS Professor François Légaré's Team − 1 months ago
• New Method for Extracting Radioactive Elements from Air And Water − 1 months ago
• A Noble Gas Cage − 1 months ago
 
Quantum Computing

Yale's Cool Molecules


7 hours ago − Yale University
• JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' in Atoms − 7 hours ago
• Scientists Observe Quantum Vortices in Cold Helium Droplets − 7 hours ago
• Seeing a Molecule Breathe − Yesterday
• Organic Photovoltaic Cells of the Future − 2 days ago
• First Indirect Evidence of So-far Undetected Strange Baryons − 2 days ago
• 'Cavity Protection Effect' Helps to Conserve Quantum Information − 3 days ago
 
Chemistry

Copper Foam Turns Carbon Dioxide into Useful Chemicals


9 days ago − Brown University
• Celebrating 100 Years of Crystallography − Yesterday
• Nanocubes Get in a Twist − 10 days ago
• Water's Reaction with Metal Oxides Opens Doors for Researchers − 13 days ago
• Synthesis of Structurally Pure Carbon Nanotubes Using Molecular Seeds − 14 days ago
• It's Not Rocket Science. Oh Wait, It Is − 17 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cells

A Semi-artificial Leaf Faster Than 'Natural' Photosynthesis


Yesterday − Ruhr-University Bochum
• Recycling Old Batteries into Solar Cells − 3 days ago
• New Class of Nanoparticle Brings Cheaper, Lighter Solar Cells Outdoors − 2 months ago
• Berkeley Lab Researchers at AAAS 2014 − 6 months ago
• Solar Cell Degradation Observed Directly for the First Time − 8 months ago
• Stanford Study Could Lead to Paradigm Shift in Organic Solar Cell Research − 9 months ago
 
Photosynthesis

Ultrafast X-ray Laser Sheds New Light on Fundamental Ultrafast Dynamics


1 months ago − Kansas State University
• A Semi-artificial Leaf Faster Than 'Natural' Photosynthesis − Yesterday
• Water And Sunlight the Formula for Sustainable Fuel − 7 hours ago
• When Is a Molecule a Molecule? − 1 months ago
• Molecular Snapshots of Oxygen Formation in Photosynthesis − 1 months ago
• Scientists Watch Photosynthesis in Action − 1 months ago
 
Neutrino
Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity

9 days ago − Virginia Tech
Physicists at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland and even in the fictional world of CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" look to subatomic particles called neutrinos to answer the big questions about the universe. …
• HADES Searches for Dark Matter − 3 months ago
• The Mystery of Neutron Stars Heats Up − 8 months ago
 
Spintoronics

'Cavity Protection Effect' Helps to Conserve Quantum Information


3 days ago − Vienna University of Technology
• JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' in Atoms − 7 hours ago
• Neutrino Detectors Could Help Curb Nuclear Weapons Activity − 9 days ago
• Refocusing Research into High-temperature Superconductors − 21 days ago
• Spin-based Electronics: New Material Successfully Tested − 22 days ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat − 23 days ago
 
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