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Engineers at the University of Leeds have developed a simple technology which can be used in existing chemical reactors to ensure "right first time" drug crystal formation.
MELBOURNE, Fla., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- In its latest effort to provide users with a more efficient way to search and navigate literature, Q-Sensei (www.qsensei.com) has expanded its offering to include the vast holdings of the World's largest library: the Library of Congress.
The new Google Wave tool, which merges e-mail, instant messaging and wiki-style editing, was made available to the publicly today.
NEW YORK, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Want your boss to think you're really on top of things - or just want to feel more in control of your work and home in these tough economic times? Start by organizing your desk! According to a recent survey by Greenfield Online, Inc.
An international team of researchers from the Netherlands, Russia and Austria discovered that monolayer coverage and channel length set the mobility in self-assembled monolayer field-effect transistors (SAMFETs).
CHICAGO, Aug. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Bizwiki.com launched across the USA today, promising to change the way local search works by enabling its users to build up the most detailed and up-to-date index of business in the United States.
Online sessions help teachers infuse learning with technologyRESTON, Va., July 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Every day, more teachers discover that using technology can stimulate students' thinking and help them grasp complicated subjects.
Google is developing a new online communication tool and hopes independent computer programmers will help expand the vision of the free product.
The natural world is a shining example when it comes to the self-assembly of molecules. However, it has not disclosed all of its secrets yet. Controlling the shape and structure of self-assembled systems continues to be a stumbling block for scientists.
-The construction of complex man-made objects--a car, for example, or even a pizza--almost invariably entails what are known as "top-down" processes, in which the structure and order of the thing being built is imposed from the outside (say, by an automobile assembly line, or the hands of the pizza maker).