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  • Molecules, Vol. 27, Pages 8497: Research Progress in Fluorescent Probes for Arse...
    Arsenic is a toxic non-metallic element that is widely found in nature. In addition, arsenic and arsenic compounds are included in the list of Group I carcinogens and toxic water pollutants. Therefore, rapid and efficient methods for detecting arsenic are necessary. In the past decade, a variety of small molecule...
    Source: MDPI by Yunliang Qiu
  • Frore secures $100M, collabs with Intel to create a new way to cool processors
    One of the top problems facing device manufacturers today is overheating hardware. The chips inside PCs generate heat, which — when allowed to build up — majorly hurts performance. Cooling is less of a challenge when space isn’t at a premium. But as the marketplace pushes for ever-thinner notebooks and...
    Source: TechCrunch by Kyle Wiggers
  • An inside look at the radiation-sensing material that’s on the Pentagon’s radar
    Through the invisible, more of the world becomes knowable. Ard SuNovskite can detect and identify radiation—and be used in medical imaging, too. Here's how it works. The post An inside look at the radiation-sensing material that’s on the Pentagon’s radar appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Sarah Scoles
  • Seemingly Impossible: Nanostructure Compresses Light 10,000 Times Thinner Than a...
    This major scientific advance has implications for many fields, including energy-efficient computers and quantum technology. Until recently, physicists widely believed that it was impossible to compress......
    Source: SciTech Daily by Technical University of Denmark
  • New device can control light at unprecedented speeds
    Researchers have developed a programmable optical device for high-speed beam steering....
    Source: MIT: Research by Adam Zewe | MIT News Office
  • A universal way to enrich the nanoparticle lattices with polychrome DNA origami...
    A general way is provided to enrich the nanoparticle lattices by cocrystallizing three different types of DNA origami frames....
    Source: Science - Advances
  • EPFL's Highly Cited Researchers in 2022
    22.11.22 - Eleven EPFL researchers are among the most highly cited scientists in 2022. At ENAC, Professor Athanasios Nenes is among the nominees. As described by Clarivate, which establishes the yearly ranking, Highly Cited Researchers have demonstrated significant and broad influence reflected in their publication of multiple highly cited papers...
    Source: EPFL
  • As COP27 Comes to a Close, Agriculture Initiatives Are Top Priority
    The governments of 42 nations have pledged $8 billion to help farmers reduce emissions and adapt to climate change, doubling their original financial investment from last year. That’s just one of the promises to come out of COP27, or the annual Conference of the Parties summit of the United Nations...
    Source: Modern Farmer by Shea Swenson
  • MIT PhD students shed light on important water and food research
    J-WAFS Fellows discuss their inspiration for pursuing challenges in water and food systems....
    Source: MIT: Research by Carolyn Blais | Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab
  • UpNano joins MIT.nano Consortium
    Provider of ultra-high resolution 3D printing becomes sustaining member of industry group....
    Source: MIT: Research by MIT.nano
  • Nanosensors target enzymes to monitor and study cancer
    By analyzing enzyme activity at the organism, tissue, and cellular scales, new sensors could provide new tools to clinicians and cancer researchers....
    Source: MIT: Research by Bendta Schroeder | Erika Reinfeld | Koch Institute
  • ACS Publications Celebrates National Nanotechnology Day 2022
    National Nanotechnology Day is an annual event held in recognition and celebration of the many ways in which nanotechnology impacts and enriches our daily lives. It occurs on the same day each year—October 9—in honor of the nanometer scale, 10-9 meters. This year, National Nanotechnology Day focuses on the role...
    Source: American Chemical Society by Shane Lo Maglio and Jennifer Winders
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