Posts Tagged spintronics

August 2014: 2

Tissue development ‘roadmap’ created to guide stem cell medicine
“Computer algorithm also provides ‘quality assurance’ for lab-created cells”
Boston University and Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University — Aug 14, 2014

Why To Exercise Today: Get Better At Bearing Pain
Carey Goldberg, WBUR Common Health — August 14, 2014

Blocking the Signal
“Brain-derived growth factor may lure lung cancer cells to migrate”
Nancy Fliesler, Harvard Medical News — August 12, 2014

Neurons at work
“Research provides a clearer view of ‘alternative splicing’”
Peter Reuell, Harvard Gazette, Science and Health, Life Sciences — August 11, 2014

Ants and Antifungals
“Bacteria that assist fungus-farming ants may be a source of new drugs”
Stephanie Dutchen, Harvard Medical News — August 4, 2014

Clues to curbing obesity found in neuronal ‘sweet spot’
Karen N. Peart, Yale University News — August 1, 2014


The 1,000-robot swarm
“Through commands, autonomous devices arrange selves into vast, complex shapes”
Caroline Perry, SEAS Communications, Harvard Gazette — August 14, 2014

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August 2014: 1

Rice nanophotonics experts create powerful molecular sensor
Jade Boyd, Rice University news releases — July 15, 2014

Cell membrane proteins give up their secrets
Mike Williams, Rice University news releases, July 16, 2014

Mystery Flipper Revealed
“New understanding of how bacteria build their protective cell wall solves persistent puzzler”
Jake Miller, Harvard Medical News — July 29, 2014

‘Broken genes’ for a broken system
“Diabetes discovery illuminates path to new drugs, says HMS professor”
Harvard Gazette — July 24, 2014

Diet Affects Men’s and Women’s Gut Microbes Differently
University of Texas, Austin News — July 29, 2014

Ibuprofen Relieves Women’s Hurt Feelings, Not Men’s
University of Texas, Austin News — July 31, 2014

Topological insulators

The Birth of Topological Spintronics
Penn State Science News — July 24, 2014

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