Tuesday, July 5, 2022


Turning hydrogen peroxide into a non-toxic rocket fuel using 3D printing

3D printing helps turn ‘bleach’ into non-toxic rocket fuel.

A polymer-DNA gel that could be used in tissue regeneration and robotics

DNA design brings predictability to polymer gels.

A new way to boost the efficiency of single-cell RNA sequencing

DisCo: a powerful tool that can “read” the genetic profile of an individual cell.

New catalyst extracts hydrogen from hydrogen storage materials more efficiently

A “fairly simple” breakthrough makes accessing stored hydrogen more efficient.

The material is stronger than steel but as lightweight as plastic

Polymerizing a material in two dimensions.

Direct visualization of electron motion in atoms and molecules

An extremely fast microscope allows unprecedented insights into the dynamics of electrons in molecules.

A cellulose protective coating for fruit and vegetables

Ecological coating for fruits and vegetables.

New technique to construct frozen, cell-laden structures

Scientists from the Zhang lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed a technology that takes a technique called bioprinting to a whole new...

Sensor-based on quantum physics could detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus

Mathematical simulations show the new approach may offer faster, cheaper, and more accurate detection.

Converting invisible infrared into visible light

Colour-changing magnifying glass gives clear view of infrared light.

On-chip frequency shifters for on-chip photonics

Shifting colors for on-chip photonics.

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