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Bubbling and burping droplets of DNA
Engineers use “DNA origami” to identify vaccine design rules
Pandemic Safety Officers Step Up to Help Out
Plug-and-Play Lens Simplifies Adaptive Optics for Microscopy
New gold nanoparticle purifies water of difficult pollutants
$5 device could deliver COVID-19 test results in
EPFL researchers cut atom-sized patterns into 2D materials
Tiny, Decoy “Sponges” Attract Coronavirus Away from Lung Cells
Melting a crystal topologically
Spontaneous Formation of Nanoscale Hollow Structures Could Boost Battery Storage
A fast self-test for COVID-19
Tiny pump builds polyrotaxanes with precision
A touch of gold and silver
International scientists collaborate for online STEM game
Solar cells, phone displays & lighting could be transformed by cutting-edge nanocrystal assembly method
Emory, partners receive $31 million COVID-19 testing grant
Iron-detecting nanosensors used to study proteins in blood
Nanopatterning electronic properties of twisted 2D semiconductors using twist
New 5G Switches Mean Battery Life Improvements, Higher Bandwidth and Speeds
NSF-funded antimicrobial technology targets COVID-19
Watching single protons moving at water-solid interfaces
Nanoneedles to increase capacity and robustness of digital memories
Historic funding boost for Queensland’s fight against ovarian cancer
International collaboration powers quest for next-generation solar cells
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment closer
Next-gen nano technologies to tackle infection and diagnose disease
LLNL team helps develop tularemia vaccine
Raise your glass: new nanotech clears haze from white wine
Final round of COVID-19 seed funding supports 11 new projects
Three UB lecturers distinguished in European Research Council Proof of Concept call
Water-splitting module a source of perpetual energy
Pacific oysters in Salish Sea may not contain as many microplastics as previously thought
Atlanta Institutions Take Lead Role in Fast-Tracking COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests
Emory part of national program to fast-track COVID-19 tests
Researchers identify binding model of Congo Red dye to amyloid fibrils
Gentler, safer hair dye based on synthetic melanin
Two OSA Fellows Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
LLNL develops ‘stopgap’ ventilator for COVID-19 use
Spinal cord gives bio-bots walking rhythm
Researchers look to ‘trap and zap’ coronavirus
Inexpensive, portable detector identifies pathogens in minutes
COVID-19 impact: Juan Hinestroza on fiber science and PPE
An Electron Microscope at Home Makes for an Exciting Science Education Broadcast
Purdue renews, expands Sandia National Laboratories partnership
Selective Killing of Cancer Cells by Cluttering Their Waste Disposal System
ALBA will host a new European first-class collaborative microscopy platform
Now metal surfaces can be instant bacteria killers, thanks to new laser treatment technique
Researchers use nanotechnology to develop new treatment for painful gynecological condition