March 2014: 4

Bright Future for Protein Nanoprobes
Berkeley Lab Researchers Discover New Rules for Single-Particle Imaging with Light-Emitting Nanocrystals
Lynn Yarris, News Center, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory– March 17, 2014

Brighter inks, without pigment
“Nanostructured capsules could bring about paints and electronic displays that never fade”
Manny Morone ’14, News & Events, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences — March 14, 2014

How Fat May Hurt the Brain, and How Exercise May Help
Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times Well blog — March 5, 2014

New research points to talking-therapy treatments to manage osteoarthritis pain
“Scientists have shown for the first time that the abnormalities in the way the brain experiences pain may be to blame for the chronic pain suffered by osteoarthritis patients”
Alison Barbuti, Media Relations Officer, 
University of Manchester — March 4, 2014

Preschoolers outsmart college students at figuring out gizmos
Yasmin Anwar, Media Relations, University of California, Berkeley — March 6, 2014

Roomy cages built from DNA
“Could be used to deliver drugs, house tiny devices inside human body”
Dan Ferber, Press Contact, Wyss Institute, Harvard University — March 13, 2014

Strongest evidence yet of two distinct human cognitive systems
“Cognitive scientists able to isolate implicit from explicit learning processes”
Pat Donovan, Senior Editor, University of Buffalo news — March 14, 2014


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