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Superbug killer: New nanotech destroys bacteria and fungal cells

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: A fungal cell (green) interacting with a nanothin layer of black phosphorous (red). Image magnified 25,000 times.…

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A molecule that responds to light

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Based on the Europium(III) scientists aim to advance the development of Quantum Computers. view more  Credit: S.…

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Researchers’ work will help the pipeline industry limit the destructive power of bubbles

Fitness & Health: Researchers have answered key questions to help prevent damage and improve the safety of hydraulic systems used…

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The indestructible light beam

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: A scattering-invariant mode of light is generated by sending a laser beam onto a judiciously configured spatial…

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Better metric for thermoelectric materials means better design strategies

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: (a)-(c) show how the Seebeck coefficient varies for 1D, 2D and 3D materials, while (d)-(f) show the…

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X-ray study recasts role of battery material from cathode to catalyst

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Wanli Yang, a senior scientist in Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source, working on a resonant inelastic X-ray…

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Glass injection molding

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Injection-molded structures made from the newly developed Glassomer composite. view more  Credit: Photo: Neptun Lab/University of Freiburg…

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Illustration Settele

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: The optical properties of carbon nanotubes, which consist of a rolled-up hexagonal lattice of sp2 carbon atoms,…

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A breakthrough that enables practical semiconductor spintronics

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Weimin Chen, professor at Linköping University. view more  Credit: Peter Modin/LiU It may be possible in the…

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Visionary bone damage study

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Professor Youhong Tang, Flinders University view more  Credit: Flinders University A novel way to pinpoint and illuminate…

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