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A micro-thermometer to record tiny temperature changes
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed a micrometer-wide thermometer that is sensitive to heat generated by optical and electron beams, and can measure small and rapid temperature changes in real time. This new device can be used... 6 days
A micro-thermometer to record tiny temperature changes
PHYS.ORG Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) and their collaborators have developed a micrometer-wide thermometer that is sensitive to heat generated by optical and electron beams, and can measure small and rapid temperature... 6 days
A soft solution to the hard problem of energy storage
PHYS.ORG It's great in the lab, but will it actually work? That's the million-dollar question perpetually leveled at engineering researchers. For a family of layered nanomaterials, developed and studied... 2 days
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Queen's University researchers receive MRC award to develop new treatment for pancreatic cancer
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NIH researchers develop new tool to better understand brain disorders
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Italian researchers develop lighter, cheaper robotic hand
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MIT researchers develop new versatile plug-and-play diagnostic devices
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Shooting the Achilles heel of drug-resistant cancer
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Researchers develop method to compare pricing models
PHYS.ORG A team of biophysicists from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) presents a mathematically concise method for comparing different pricing models in their latest publication in Nature Communications. This enables researchers to predict more accurately how parameters... 6 days
Researchers develop new technology that will impact design of drug delivery systems
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at Houston Methodist and Rice University have made a discovery that will impact the design of not only drug delivery systems, but also... 2 days
New CRISPR technology 'knocks out' yeast genes with single-point precision
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Individualized ovarian, brain cancer therapies
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Researchers develop virtual-reality testing ground for drones
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Researchers develop faster test for cannabis quality
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Researchers develop 'hibernation in a dish' to study how animals adapt to the cold
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Decoding tornadoes' infrasound waves
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Researchers develop new chemistry to make smart drugs smarter
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Emojis used to develop a modern face scale for product testing
SCIENCE DAILY A new study finds that emojis are a viable alternative to words when it comes to accurately measuring how kids feel about food, products and other... 2 weeks
Havard University grants license to Beam Therapeutics to develop new base editing technology
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Attentive adults increase children's ability to empathize
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Researchers develop artificial intelligence method to help cancer patients worldwide
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A new gelling molecule for growing neurons in 3-D
PHYS.ORG A multidisciplinary team of researchers from CNRS, INSERM and Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier has developed a hydrogel that can grow, develop and differentiate neural stem cells. This biomaterial... 5 days
Researchers are creating a spot colder than the vacuum of space inside the International Space Station
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Some tropical frogs may be developing resistance to a deadly fungal disease – but now salamanders are at risk
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How a deep-sea geology trip led researchers to a doomed octopus nursery
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Mini tractor beams help arrange artificial cells into tissue structures
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Scientists make a maze-running artificial intelligence program that learns to take shortcuts
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The recipes for solar system formation are getting a rewrite
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A giant 'singing' cloud in space will help us to understand how star systems form
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Liquid crystals self-regulate the release of drugs in precise, repeating doses with simple nudge from their environment
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Nanodiamonds are forever
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Battery-free 'smart' toys move closer to commercial reality
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