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Machine learning is helping accelerate the development of highly tunable materials known as metal-organic frameworks.
Flexible large-area organic photodiodes can now compete in performance with conventional silicon photodiode technology.
Simulations of microgel suspensions show the surprising behavior of these materials when they are compressed.
Georgia Tech and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will expand interactions, collaborations and joint scientific output.
Interventions such as shelter-in-place taken to control the SARS-CoV-2 virus can reduce infections and overall deaths.
A team of researchers is now using what they’ve learned about bio-circuits to lay the groundwork for the future of programmable medicine.
Researchers have developed an ultra-low-cost hearing aid to help the hundred of millions of people with age-related hearing loss.
Researchers have extended the possibility of origami for modern engineering applications such as untethered robotics and morphing devices.
By varyingResearchers have demonstrated the ability to both etch away and deposit high-resolution nanoscale patterns on two-dimensional layers of graphene oxide.
Researchers have provided new insights into how RNA can help repair major DNA damage.
A new process for upgrading lignin bio-oil could expand the use of lignin, which is now largely a waste product.
Researchers have redesigned the face mask to make it comfortable and able to protect both the wearer and those nearby.
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