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Paper-thin gallium oxide transistor handles more than 8,000 volts  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Electrical engineers created a gallium oxide-based transistor that can handle more than 8,000 volts. The transistor could lead to smaller and more efficient electronic systems that control and convert electric... more
Newer treatment approaches may reduce risk of therapy-related hematologic cancers  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
While breakthrough treatments have emerged for several cancers over the last two decades, driving striking improvements in survival and other clinical outcomes, too little is known about the... more
Paper-thin gallium oxide transistor handles more than 8,000 volts  nanowerk · 2 days
The advancement surpasses silicon and other mature technologies, and could help improve distances that electric cars, locomotives can travel. more
Battle between Trump and states over car pollution heads to court  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
California and nearly two dozen other states on Wednesday filed suit against the Trump administration, arguing that its decision to weaken fuel efficiency standards for cars... more
Pervasive shifts in forest dynamics in a changing world  Science Magazine · 3 days
Forest dynamics arise from the interplay of environmental drivers and disturbances with the demographic processes of recruitment, growth, and mortality, subsequently driving biomass and species composition. However, forest disturbances and... more
CVS Health tests self-driving vehicle prescription delivery  ABC NEWS · 3 days
CVS Health will try delivering prescriptions with self-driving vehicles in a test that begins next month more
Performing optical logic operations by a diffractive neural network  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Optical logical operations have sparked major interest in the past decade since they can enable many applications, particularly those involving high-throughput and on-the-fly data processing such as secured wireless communication... more
Eating local and plant-based diets: how to feed cities sustainably  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
How do you feed a city? It is one of the great questions of our time. After all, for a species that ultimately depends on plants to feed... more
UK leader's aide says he won't quit over lockdown road trip  ABC NEWS · 6 days
British leader Boris Johnson’s powerful chief aide says he will not resign for driving the length of England while the country was under strict lockdown more
Spain’s far-right holds car protest against virus lockdown  ABC NEWS · 1 week
Several thousands supporters of Spain’s far-right Vox party have gathered in their cars in Madrid and other Spanish cities to demand the government to resign more
Pop-up bike lanes and grassroots playgrounds: How COVID-19 will change cities  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Running through the middle Berlin's vibrant Kreuzberg neighborhood, busy Kottbusser Damm has always been a nightmare for cyclists. For years, double-parked cars forced those brave enough... more
Finding new bio-based products from lignin could help shift from plastics  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
In daily life we are surrounded by fossil raw materials, from products in our cars, insulations in buildings to kitchenware, like pan handles. Society needs to... more
Chimeric antigen receptor signaling: Functional consequences and design implications  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapy has transformed the care of refractory B cell malignancies and holds tremendous promise for many aggressive tumors. Despite overwhelming scientific, clinical, and public... more
Divergence in flowering time contributes reproductive isolation between wild rice species  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Speciation is the process by which new species form and is the driving force of biodiversity. Since Darwin published On the Origin of Species, great efforts... more
To stem COVID, this small Indiana city decided to test all public-facing employees  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
Behind a nondescript strip mall in Carmel, Indiana, a short line of cars gathers mid-afternoon next to a large tent. Medical professionals... more
Graphene-reinforced carbon fiber may lead to affordable, stronger car materials  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
A new way of creating carbon fibers -- which are typically expensive to make -- could one day lead to using these lightweight, high-strength materials to improve safety... more
New material acts as an efficient frequency multiplier  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Higher frequencies mean faster data transfer and more powerful processors—the formula that has been driving the IT industry for years. Technically, however, it is anything but easy to keep increasing clock rates... more
Study shows how nitrogen deposition affects community litter nutrient status  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Litter nutrient status plays an important role in driving litter decomposition and ecosystem nutrient cycling. Nitrogen (N) deposition could alter community-level litter nutrient status through both intra- and... more
Graphene-reinforced carbon fiber may lead to affordable, stronger car materials  nanowerk · 2 weeks
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Graphene-reinforced carbon fiber may lead to affordable, stronger car materials  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
A new way of creating carbon fibers—which are typically expensive to make—could one day lead to using these lightweight, high-strength materials to improve safety and reduce the cost... more
A week of images from the coronavirus pandemic  ABC NEWS · 2 weeks
Burlesque performers danced for people watching from their cars in Las Vegas. Moviegoers took in a film from the trunk of their hatchback in a rural part of New York state. Americans... more
Interfaces the key in atomically-thin, 'high-temperature' superconductors  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
An international FLEET collaboration publishing a review of atomically-thin 'high temperature' superconductors finds that each has a common driving mechanism: interfaces. more
Interfaces the key in atomically-thin, 'high temperature' superconductors  nanowerk · 2 weeks
An international research team published a review of atomically-thin 'high temperature' superconductors finds that each has a common driving mechanism: interfaces. more
The RNA binding protein CPEB2 regulates hormone sensing in mammary gland development and luminal breast cancer  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
Organogenesis is directed by coordinated cell proliferation and differentiation programs. The hierarchical networks of transcription factors... more
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