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Twisted microfiber's network responses to water vapor

    Optical microscopy image of a single fiber of self-assembled polysaccharide in snaking, twisted, and straight structures. Credit: JAISTResea…

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Engineers put tens of thousands of artificial brain synapses on a single chip

    A new MIT-fabricated “brain-on-a-chip” reprocessed an image of MIT’s Killian Court, including sharpening and blurring the image, more rel…

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3-D print experts discover how to make tomorrow's technology using ink-jet printed graphene

    A representative arrangement of graphene flakes in ink-jet printed graphene between two contacts (green). Color gradient corresponds to vari…

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New study reveals a graphene sheet behaves 'like a mirror' for water molecules

    An image showing graphene water molecules on both sides of graphene. Because graphene is a conductor of electricity, water molecules on both…

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Cicada-inspired waterproof surfaces closer to reality, researchers report

    Researchers have demonstrated a new fabrication technique that allows them replicate the nanostructures found on cicada wings that make them…

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Graphene detector reveals THz light's polarization

    Artist’s rendering of a phase-sensitive terahertz interferometer. Credit: Daria Sokol/MIPTPhysicists have created a broadband detector of t…

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How plantains and carbon nanotubes can improve cars

    Carmakers have been using natural fibres for decades in high-end sedans and coupes. Natural fibers such as hemp, flax and wood are used in i…

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Researchers discover new boron-lanthanide nanostructure

    The family of boron-based nanostructures has a new member: metallo-borospherenes, hollow cages made from 18 boron atoms and three atoms of l…

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Researchers develop first of its kind, simple test for identifying toxic silver ions

    Illustration of test results showing silver ions Credit: UNTChemistry researchers at the University of North Texas have developed a test to …

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How smart, ultrathin nanosheets go fishing for proteins

    The protein complex to be examined (yellow) is attached to the smart nanosheet via a nickel complex with the aid of a marker (red chain with…

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Researchers probe how nanoparticles affect neighbors in catalysis

    Neighbourly collaboration for catalysis. First, a number of nanoparticles of copper are isolated in a gas-filled nanotube. Researchers then …

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Further details revealed about a highly efficient anticancer drug delivery system

    Intracellular investigation of FRET NPDs. Credit: Tohoku UniversityThe majority of drug delivery systems use nano carriers to transport drug…

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Neurons in spinal-cord injuries are reconnected in vivo via carbon nanotube sponges

    From left to right: image of a healthy backbone (control); image of an injured backbone without an implant; image of an injured backbone in …

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Machine learning peeks into nano-aquariums

    The schematic shows a simplified version of the steps taken by researchers to connect liquid-phase electron microscopy and machine learning …

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Nanomaterials based strategies for treatment of hypoxic tumor

    Schematic illustration of strategies for treatment of hypoxic tumor with nanomaterials. Credit: ©Science China PressHypoxia is a typical ch…

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Toward ultra-sensitive diagnostic chips

    An illustration of a 3-D metasurface trapping light with extremely strong near-field enhancement at the tips of pillars through dark modes. …

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A flexible color-changing film inspired by chameleon skin

    Credit: CC0 Public DomainChameleons can famously change their colors to camouflage themselves, communicate and regulate their temperature. S…

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A micro-lab on a chip detects blood type within minutes

    Credit: CC0 Public DomainBlood transfusion, if performed promptly, is a potentially life-saving intervention for someone losing a lot of blo…

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Detecting hidden nanostructures by converting light into sound

    A femtosecond pump laser ‘knocks’ at the opaque material (1), causing a high frequency acoustic wave to travel through the layers (2) unti…

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Measuring adhesion and friction of polymer nanofibers

    A polymer nanofiber, smaller than one hundredth the size of a human hair, mounted on a MEMS mechanical testing device. The inset shows two d…

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The Neuroscience of Mind-Control Gaming

    In late 2016 Boston-based startup Neurable, the brainchild of neuroscientist Ramses Alcaide and a collective of fellow alumni from the Unive…

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The Neuroscience of Mind-Control Gaming

    In late 2016 Boston-based startup Neurable, the brainchild of neuroscientist Ramses Alcaide and a collective of fellow alumni from the Unive…

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Our Brains Reveal the Truth: Empathic and Al

    We observed that representations of social information extracted form visual scenes are formed in the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex: based o…

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Could Brain Training Help Address Police Bru

    Photograph: Angus Mordant/Bloomberg/Getty ImagesJason Sherwin founded deCervo to help baseball players make better decisions. He never expec…

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Researchers Discover a Molecule Critical to

    The discovery could have important implications for the health of aging brains and development of therapies for neurodegenerative diseases.R…

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Electric Fish – Like Humans – Pause Before

    African fish called mormyrids communicate using pulses of electricity. Credit: Tsunehiko KohashiAmerican writer and humorist Mark Twain, a m…

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Neurological and Psychiatric Symptoms Such A

    Neurological and psychiatric symptoms such as fatigue and depression are common among people with Covid-19 and may be just as likely in peop…

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What to know about vasovagal syncope

    Lightheadedness, dizziness, and weakness can be signs that a person will faint.The term vasovagal syncope describes fainting that occurs in …

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How does your brain take out the trash?

    Astroglia (illustrated above) play a pivotal role in the brain’s trash collection service.In this Spotlight, we introduce the glymphatic sy…

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How to cope with OCD

    People with OCD face daily stuggles, but there are ways to overcome it.Obsessive-compulsive disorder can be a disruptive condition to live w…

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Study Finds Low Doses of “Laughing Gas

    In a phase 2 clinical trial, researchers found a one-hour inhalation session with 25% nitrous oxide gas improved depression symptoms for ove…

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