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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
October 17, 2011
Hayley Birch
Quickly sorting cells using DNA A new magnetic cell sorting technique uses principles borrowed from DNA nanodevices. The approach could help scientists rapidly separate different types of cells from complex mixtures. mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
National Defense
November 2011
Dan Parsons
Solar Storms Could Plunge Nation into Darkness Researchers are racing to understand the effects its energy might have on the U.S power grids in hopes that potential cataclysm can be avoided. mark for My Articles 161 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 9, 2011
Phillip Broadwith
Growing gallium nitride LEDs on glass Korean researchers have grown crystalline gallium nitride on the surface of amorphous glass. The idea could lead to new, scalable ways of making semiconductor devices that don't need to be grown on silicon or sapphire wafers. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 9, 2011
Simon Hadlington
New probe throws light on cellular lipids Scientists in the US have developed a new sensor that can track and measure lipids in living cells. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 7, 2011
Elinor Richards
Chameleon clothes to detect falling oxygen levels A cloth that changes colour when oxygen levels drop has been developed by scientists in China. The cloth could be used to make clothes that monitor oxygen levels for miners, high altitude adventurers and space explorers. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2011
Mark Anderson
Footfalls for Phone Calls New tech could power portable gadgets with every step. The idea of harvesting body energy for portable electronics is certainly not new, although some of this technology is. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 29, 2011
Carl Saxton
Breathing life into medical devices US scientists have made a device that converts air flow from human breath into electricity. The device could serve as a power source for implantable biomedical devices. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 26, 2011
Simon Hadlington
Electric vehicles set to charge ahead 'There is a big effort to improve lithium ion batteries for electric vehicles and largely the outcome will be dictated by how the consumer reacts,' says Daniel Abraham, a battery expert at the Argonne National Laboratory in the US. mark for My Articles 382 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 22, 2011
Jon Evans
Pitcher plant inspires ultimate non-stick surface By mimicking the leaves of a carnivorous tropical plant, US scientists have developed a surface so slippery that everything slides off: water, oil, blood, ice, jam and even ants. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 21, 2011
Kate McAlpine
Laser can detect explosive traces at a distance Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, have developed a laser-based explosives detector that can spot 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene at concentrations of 1ng/cm 2, from 15cm away. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
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