Publications by Type

Features -- trade publications

Ever in blue jeans?
CleanRooms / February 2001 / view site
Containing the moisture issue
CleanRooms / October 2000 / view site
Optoelectronics helps the world go wireless
Laser Focus World / June 1999
Bringing evidence into view
Laser Focus World / November 1998 / view site
Raman tool reflects more evidence
Laser Focus World / November 1998 / view site
NIH Multisite Network Aims to Aid Understanding of Autism
The Scientist / Sept. 15, 1997 / view site

News stories -- consumer publications

The solid that remains flexible at temperatures close to Absolute Zero
Nature / April 16, 2019 / view site
A rich British stout is dissected with a virtual scalpel
Nature / April 10, 2019 / view site
Pointing molecules in the right direction yields a better plastic
Nature / March 29, 2019 / view site
Hidden flaw in common piece of lab kit could botch experiments
Nature / March 16, 2019 / view site
Liquid marbles self-assemble from a pile of powder
Nature / March 15, 2019 / view site
A Conversation with Rodney Ruoff
ACS Central Science / March 12, 2019 / view site
Sulfur-based polymer transmits long-wavelength infrared better than any other known plastic
Chemical & Engineering News / Feb. 20, 2019 / website / view site
Racetrack Memory Gets a Boost
IEEE Spectrum / Feb. 15, 2019 / website / view site
This polymer carries the seeds of its own destruction
Nature / Feb. 8, 2019 / website / view site
Brewing Nanotechnology from Tea
Nature / Vol. 566, No. 7742 / Feb. 7, 2019 / pg. S14 / view site
Scientists Use Metamaterial to Make Chip-Size Synchrotron
IEEE Spectrum / Nov. 1, 2018 / website / view site
Building Quantum Computers With Photons
IEEE Spectrum / Sept. 5, 2018 / website / view site
Boron Arsenide Boasts High Thermal Conductivity
Chemical & Engineering News / July 17, 2018 / website / view site
Finding Pillars of Strength for MOFs
Chemical & Engineering News / July 5, 2018 / website / view site

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