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Noticias de Innovación y Economía

'Wonder' Materials Will Help with Flexible Tech

Article A new 2D ‘wonder’ material will help produce flexible, highly efficient and much smaller electronic devices. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Materials Science …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Biosensor Able to Detect HIV Only One Week After Infection

News The gold nanoparticles have optical resonances known as plasmons. Contributed Author: CSIC Topics: Nanotechnology …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Physicists Harness Neglected Properties of Light

News Telescopes and microscopes are great for observing lone subjects. Contributed Author: University of Toronto Topics: Physics …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Gene Editing Patent Ruling Sways Fortune of Biotech Hopefuls

News The financial implications are huge, since CRISPR may lead to many lucrative products in medicine, agriculture and elsewhere. Contributed Author: Malcolm Ritter, AP Science Writer Topics: Biology …read more …

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Researchers Develop Way to Predict Autism in High-Risk Infants

Article A new diagnostic method has correctly predicted autism in 80 percent of high-risk infants, according to a new study. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Miniature Microscope Fits on Chip

Article The microscope is about one square centimeter in size and is attached to a small printed circuit board, about half the size of a credit card. Staff Author: Kenny …

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Intergalactic Unions More Devastating Than We Thought

News Stars disrupted by solitary supermassive black holes in galactic centers formed due to mergers of galaxies containing supermassive black holes. Contributed Author: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State …

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Deadly Spider's Unique Spinning Technique Could Inspire Tougher Materials

News Brown recluse spiders use a unique micro looping technique to make their threads stronger than that of any other spider. Contributed Author: University of Oxford Topics: Materials Science …read …

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Is it Depression or Dementia? Brain SPECT Imaging Helps Distinguish Them

News Neuroimaging of decreased blood flow in specific regions of the brain can differentiate between depression and cognitive disorders, according to a new report. Contributed Author: IOS Press Topics: Life …

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www.rdmag.com (16/02/2017)

Connection Found Between Black Hole, Galaxy

Article The results could help astronomers understand the workings of the cosmic thermostat that controls the launching of radio jets from the super-massive black hole. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: …

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www.rdmag.com (14/02/2017)

Automated Approach to HPLC Method Development

Article Systems combine automated multi-column and solvent screening and intelligent run analysis software. Contributed Author: Carsten Paul, Susanne Fabel and Anthony Squibb, Thermo Fisher Scientific Topics: Software …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (13/02/2017)

Scientists Building Personalized Bio-Bots

Article Researchers developed a class of walking bio-bots powered by muscle cells and controlled with electrical optical pulses. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (13/02/2017)

Study Focuses on Micronutrients in Human Minibrains

Article New research may have circumvented the study of nutrients in brains, which previously was restricted to postmortem or non-human tissue. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

Raman Hybrid Instrument Allows User to Collect More Complete, Accurate Information

Article Researchers are trying to solve increasingly complex surface analysis challenges that require more data than a single spectroscopy technique can provide. Contributed Author: Tim Nunney, PhD, product manager for …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

Researchers Invent a Breakthrough Process to Produce Renewable Car Tires From Trees and Grasses

News Discovery could have major impact on the multi-billion dollar tire industry. Contributed Author: University of Minnesota Topics: Automotive …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

Alzheimer's May be Linked to Defective Brain Cells Spreading Disease

News Rutgers study finds toxic proteins doing harm to neighboring neurons. Contributed Author: Rutgers University Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

Researchers Develop Genetic Tool to Improve Arsenic Studies

News Researchers have developed a new primer that simplifies the process of identifying bacteria found in soil and groundwater samples. Contributed Author: Utah State University Topics: Environment …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

New Device Mimics Human Kidney Function

Article A new model kidney might help improve medicines and treatments for kidney diseases, while also replacing human and animal testing. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping of Microfluidic Chips

Article Microfluidics is a fast-growing field showing great potential for a wide range of applications Contributed Author: Omar Jina, Ph.D, Chief Commercial Officer, Dolomite Microfluidics Topics: 3D Printing …read more …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)

Scientists Create 3D Beating Heart

Article Just in time for Valentine’s Day, scientists have created a 3D heart tissue that beats in synchronized harmony. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2017)


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