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Molybdenum Dilsufide Outperforms Graphene in Water Desalination
This Liquid Has Holes In It, Thanks To Chemistry
Hydrogen Production From Bacteria Discovered
Onion-like layers help this efficient new nanoparticle glow
Researchers develop antibiotic alternative for wound infections
Clay makes better high-temp batteries
Advance could bring commercial applications for silver nanowires
A printable, flexible, lightweight temperature sensor
MIT Hydrogel is 90% Water
Giant fullerene system inhibits infection by artificial Ebola virus
Conducting gels—from waste to wealth
Bending X Rays on a Chip
Robots Can Now Teach Each Other New Tricks
A Robotic Toddler Uses Deep Learning to Walk
System automatically converts 2-D video to 3-D
Computational phase imaging for light microscopes
Graph Isomorphism, You’ve Been Served
Bio-engineering skin to treat severe burns
Irish invention may revolutionise biopharma production
The new app that serves as eyes for the blind
Memory-boosting devices tested in humans
Portable brain scanner allows PET in motion
Graphene Paper Transforms Into Tiny Origami Robots
Hospitals Turn to a New Weapon Against Sepsis
A Cell Therapy Untested in Humans Saves a Baby With Cancer
Secret to jellyfish propulsion could be applied to human tech
Light-absorbing polymers stand to attention
Vanadium dioxide boosts transistors
Researchers fabricate a metamaterial using a lotus leaf as a template
Genomics with graphene nanotechnology
Graphene could take night-vision technology beyond ‘Predator’
Higher education Green Paper: what it means for research
A new slant on semiconductor characterization
Designing ice repellent materials
New low-cost battery could help store renewable energy
New glass almost as tough as steel
New 3-D printing method creates complex micro objects
Nanographene charge trapping memory could further miniaturize flash
Can hydrogen bring the next great improvement to lithium batteries?