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Many futurists envision a world in which polymer membranes with molecular-sized channels are used to capture carbon, produce solar-based fuels, or desalinate sea water, among many other functions.
A new type of damage-tolerant metallic glass, demonstrating a strength and toughness beyond that of any known material, has been developed and tested by a collaboration of researchers.
A stack of punch cards from a landmark study published in 1966, and the legwork to track down the studyâ€™s participants years later, has yielded the longest analysis of the effects of lipoproteins on coronary heart disease.
MÃ¶bius symmetry, the topological phenomenon that yields a half-twisted strip with two surfaces but only one side, has been a source of fascination since its discovery in 1858 by German mathematician August MÃ¶bius.
They say it's the little things that count, and that certainly holds true for the channels in transmembrane proteins, which are small enough to allow ions or molecules of a certain size to pass through, while keeping out larger objects.
Thereâ€™s good news in the search for the next generation of semiconductors.
Sunlight represents the cleanest, greenest and far and away most abundant of all energy sources, and yet its potential remains woefully under-utilized.
FREMONT, Calif., Nov. 11, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- News Highlights Infosys Technologies (Nasdaq: INFY) and U.S.
Scientists with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have designed an electrical link to living cells engineered to shuttle electrons across a cellâ€™s membrane to an external acceptor along a well-defined path.
Unless you are in a field of study related to cell biology, you most likely have never heard of Ndc80.