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Organic Semiconductors Can Compete With Silicon Through Process of Spintronics

 With the help of switching to spintronics and monitoring the movement of up and down states of electrons, computer processing for organic semiconductors may just as easily match up and even comp...

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Researchers Engineer an MRI-Traceable Chemotherapeutic-Delivering Protein Micelle

 New York University researchers have developed nanoscale protein micelles that are not only capable of delivering chemotherapeutic drugs but can also be tracked with the use of magnetic resonanc...

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New Platinum-Gold Alloy Showed Better Strength than High-Class Steels

 In the list of strongest alloys, carbon steels, maraging steels, and stainless steels occupy the upper echelon. But a team of engineers developed a contender: a platinum-gold alloy that features...

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"Smart Clothing" Closer to Reality with Development of Carbon Nanotube Sensors

 Sensors being developed can pave the way for the creation of “smart clothing.” Made of carbon nanotubes these sensors will have the capability to measure a wide range of pressure, as...

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Study Finds Gold Nanoparticles Can Bind with Cyanide in Freshwater Environment

 Nanoparticles are used in many industries and consumer products. But little is known about their effects on the environment once the products that contain them are discarded. Researchers at Carn...

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New Smart Skin Technology Gives Robots the Sense of Touch

 A smart skin technology that will give robots highly sensitive skin has been patented by the University of Texas at Arlington. The technology is composed of flexible sensors that provide a more ...

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