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Light Pulses Monitor Tissues in Real Time Using New Microscopy Technique

 A recent microscopy technique has been developed by the researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The technique will enable live monitoring of tissues for biomedical researc...

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World’s First Training Shoes with Graphene and Kevlar Components Announced

 Inov-8, a maker of running shoes and training apparel and equipment, announced through its website the world’s first training shoes outfitted with graphene.In 2004, scientists at the Unive...

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Organic Crystals can Be Bent, Deformed, and Twisted without Breaking

 Most crystals used in industrial and manufacturing settings are brittle and inelastic, making them inappropriate components for certain devices. But, a team of scientists engineered bendable cry...

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Smartphones May Soon Be Able to “Smell” Alcohol, Diseases in Your Breath

 Breathalyzers are devices typically used to estimate the blood alcohol content from a breath sample. If adjusted properly, some models of breathalyzers can detect signs of diseases based on the ...

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Smaller, Faster Transceiver for 5G Network Brings Higher Data Rates

 State-of-the-art transceivers are needed for stable high-speed communications on the 5G network. Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology aimed at such devices by designing and fabricating a ...

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Nano-Sized Infrared Spectroscopy Converts Molecular Fingerprint into Barcodes

 Infrared spectroscopy is one of many chemical analyzing techniques used for chemical samples. The technique allows infrared light to interact with the molecules in the sample. Typically, it meas...

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