Friday, September 9, 2016
Government, industry, and academia partner to bring new generation of electronics to commercial scale.
Summer Scholar Justin Cheng explores process in Berggren group for making ordered metal nanostructures that display interesting new properties.
Device that measures growth of many individual cells simultaneously could lead to rapid tests for antibiotics.
Engineer's designs may help purify water, diagnose disease in remote regions of world.
A world-class facility for nanoscale research is taking shape at the heart of campus.
Varanasi group researchers find a way to make pesticides stick to leaves instead of bouncing off.
Exposed in step-like formation, layers of new photovoltaic cell harvest more of sun's energy.
Heat-responsive materials may aid in controlled drug delivery and solar panel tracking.
Key flow mechanisms, crucial to carbon sequestration and fuel-cell operation, have been visualized.
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