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Rice University creates a 244 atom nano-submersible powered by light


Movement is akin to a person walking across a basketball court with 1,000 people throwing basketballs at him.

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New hydrogel makes a nearly flawless scaffold for regrowing bone

Authored By Graham Templeton

A new hydrogel from Rice University stiffens in reaction to body temperature, and breaks down only as bone grows over it.

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Solar steam sterilization system uses light-harvesting nanoparticles

Authored By Graham Templeton

New solar sterilization device converts sunlight directly into heat, and could revolutionize the third world.

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Research finds plants can do math and know what time it is


It's becoming increasingly clear that not only do plants know and care what time it is, but that we can exploit that tendency to make them better for us -- even after they've been ripped from the soil.

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Seizure monitoring smart belt uses tech borrowed from lie detectors


For anyone who suffers from seizures, such as those experienced when you have epilepsy, it’s a case of managing the disorder with medication, diet, and maybe even surgery. But there’s also the problem […]

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