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High-power direct borohydride fuel cells with twice the operating voltage as hydrogen

Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have developed high-power direct borohydride fuel cells (DBFC) that operate at...

Study suggests effective fat-reducing therapy

Scientists at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, believe that gene therapy could one day be used as fat reducing therapy. In...

Humans’ direct ancestor existed 100,000 to 200,000 years earlier than previously thought

Fossil humans are rare, representing only a very small percentage of all of the fossil mammals discovered at any given paleontological site. In short,...

Alert! Your Siri and Google assistant can be hacked with Ultrasonic Waves

Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have enabled new game-changing technologies for humans to interact with machines using voices. It...

Supercharging protein production

Discovery promises to aid the production of protein-based drugs, vaccines, other biomaterials.

WashU physicists launched SuperTIGER to study the origins of cosmic rays

The new research might also help explain how these energetic particles are accelerated to attain a speed that is close to the speed of light.

A new kind of artificial molecular muscle from a polymer

A new light-sensitive hydrogel with improved biocompatibility compared with similar materials.

Scientists produced effective vaccine against Klebsiella pneumoniae

Life-threatening bacterial infections are spreading.

Tektites don’t come from the moon, but can aid scientists understand its formation

Impact events are relatively common.

Single easy to measure parameter to choose electrolyte for alkali-Metal air batteries

Metal air batteries have been considered as a successor to lithium-ion batteries which could potentially make electric cars to cover thousand miles or more in single charge had the only challenge of choosing the right electrolyte.

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