Publications by Date

2016

A Rechargeable Calcium-ion Battery
Chemical & Engineering News / Jan. 12, 2016 / website / view site
Graphene Flakes Make Laser Neuron Superfast
IEEE Spectrum / Jan. 12, 2016 / website / view site
Seeing More Clearly
Communications of the ACM / Vol. 59, No. 1 / January 2016 / pp. 20-22 / view site

2015

Processor With Photonic Interconnects Built
IEEE Spectrum / Dec. 23, 2015 / website / view site
Metastasis: Resistance Fighters
Nature / Vol. 528, Iss. 7582 / Dec. 17, 2015 / pp. S128-S129 / view site
Freeze Ray! (Almost)
IEEE Spectrum / Dec. 14, 2015 / website / view site
Microbe Killer Sheds Its Skin
Chemical & Engineering News / Dec. 10, 2015 / website / view site
Cars Could Follow the Flight of the Bumblebee
IEEE Spectrum / Dec. 3, 2015 / website / view site
Mobile Data: Made to Measure
Nature / Vol. 527, Issue 7576 / Nov. 5, 2015 / pp. S12-S13 / view site
Proteomics: High-Protein Research
Nature / Vol, 527, Issue 7576 / Nov. 5, 2015 / pp. S6-S7 / view site
Tiny Boxes Hold Catalytic Surprise
Chemical & Engineering News / Oct. 30, 2015 / website / view site
Flow Batteries: Liquid Assets
Nature / Vol. 526, Iss. 7575 / Oct. 29, 2015 / pp. S98-S99 / view site
Mind-Reading with Infrared Light
IEEE Spectrum / Oct. 29, 2015 / website / view site
Spider Silk Sensors Could Search for Life on Mars
IEEE Spectrum / Oct. 24, 2015 / website / view site
Light Where the Sun Don't Shine
IEEE Spectrum / Oct. 20, 2015 / website / view site
Artificial Precognition Uses Data to See the Future
Communications of the ACM / Oct. 13, 2015 / website / view site
Batteries Running on Shrooms
IEEE Spectrum / Oct. 7, 2015 / website / view site
Nobel Awarded for Discovery of Neutrino Mass
IEEE Spectrum / Oct. 6, 2015 / website / view site
Yeast-Filled Fibers Could Treat Polluted Wastewater
Chemical & Engineering News / Sept. 24, 2015 / website / view site
Thin Is in for Invisibility Cloaks
IEEE Spectrum / Sept. 24, 2015 / website / view site

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