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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
September 21, 2010
Hayley Birch
Self-pumping membrane mimics cell machinery US researchers have imitated the transport functions of biological membranes by incorporating tiny pumps into synthetic membranes. They say their 'self-pumping' mimics could be used in compartment-less fuel cells. mark for My Articles 239 similar articles
Fast Company
October 2010
Stephanie Schomer
Copper Sticker for Cell Phones Claims to Ward Off (Supposedly Harmful) Electromagnetic Fields Clarus Transphase Scientific's Q-Link Mini claims to ward off electromagnetic fields from your cell phone, but no one knows if they're actually harmful. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
September 15, 2010
Lewis Brindley
Gel electrodes show biomedical promise Composed of conductive polymers patterned onto slices of hydrogel, the biocompatible electrodes can function under wet conditions for up to a month - making them very useful in medical research. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 14, 2010
Simon Hadlington
Artificial skin gets touchy New ways of incorporating pressure sensors into large, flexible surfaces which could one day provide robots or people fitted with artificial hands with a delicate sense of touch mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 12, 2010
Mike Brown
Comet shockwaves helped stimulate life on Earth The shock waves caused as comets hit the early Earth could have helped promote the formation of amino acids and the early building blocks of life, say US researchers. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 9, 2010
Mike Brown
Electric shock resets nanotube sensor Sensors based on single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNTs) could be 'reset' at the simple flick of a switch, say researchers in the US. mark for My Articles 199 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 2, 2010
Phillip Broadwith
Making waves for self-cleaning solar panels A system that generates electrostatic waves to sweep dust from solar panel surfaces has been developed by US scientists. mark for My Articles 273 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2010
Ariel Bleicher
Fusion Is Not Free Who's paying for ITER's big appetite? mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2010
Sally Adee
Physics Projects Deflate for Lack of Helium-3 U.S. radiation detectors suck up the existing supply mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 27, 2010
Leigh Krietsch Boerner
Bio battery based on cellular power plant Mitochondria, often called the powerhouse of the cell, have been harnessed in a new battery-like device that could one day power small portable devices like mobile phones or laptops. mark for My Articles 112 similar articles
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