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A demonstration of very active gold nanorods internalized in
A demonstration of very active gold nanorods internalized in
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Sound-powered nanomotors could be the future of medicine.
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Researchers in Germany have invented micromotors that can propel themselves through water while degrading organic pollutants. The micromotors, which run on dilute hydrogen peroxide, could be used to clean up small reservoirs, pipes and other hard to... Read More
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A new cost-effective polymer membrane can decrease the cost of alkaline batteries and fuel cells by allowing the replacement of expensive platinum catalysts without sacrificing important aspects of performance, according to Penn State researchers.
Penn State: Inspiring Research - The Roots Lab
Penn State: Inspiring Research - The Roots Lab
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The team working in Penn State's Root Lab, led by Jonathan Lynch, professor of plant nutrition, is studying what the rest of us don't see--the work going on underneath the ground that enables the growth of healthier crops.
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What's greasing the wheels of your elevator? If you're at Penn State, it could be something surprisingly edible.
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This is the first silicon-based optical fiber with solar cell characteristics A team of researchers is working on solar cell fabrics that could catch sunlight from various angles and one day power devices like smartphones. John Badding, a professor... Read More