NNI in the News

Science Daily - December 13, 2018
(Funded by the National Science Foundation)
Engineers have found a cost-effective way to make thin, durable heating patches by using intense pulses of light to fuse tiny silver wires with polyester. Their heating performance is nearly 70 percent higher than similar patches created by other researchers.
ScienceDaily - December 13, 2018
(Funded by the National Science Foundation)
Engineers have found a cost-effective way to make thin, durable heating patches by using intense pulses of light to fuse tiny silver wires with polyester. Their heating performance is nearly 70 percent higher than similar patches created by other researchers.
A research team at Wayne State University has developed a nanoplatform technology that works in combination with existing chemotherapeutic drugs that may reverse drug-resistance in renal cell carcinoma.
Particle physicists are on the hunt for light. Not just any light, but a characteristic signal produced by the interaction of certain particles—like ghostly neutrinos, which are neutral fundamental particles with very low mass—with a detector that contains an atomic sea of liquefied noble gases.
Researchers from Virginia Tech and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have developed a novel way to 3-D print complex objects of one of the highest-performing materials used in the battery and aerospace industries.
August 20, 2018
Researchers who study and manipulate the behavior of materials at the atomic level have discovered a way to make a thin material that enhances the flow of microwave energy.
July 24, 2018
U.S. researchers say there is exciting potential for plant-based nanocrystals to play a huge role in protecting buds and flowers from frost damage in the future.
July 15, 2018
Two-thirds of the world is water, but only a fraction of it serves any real purpose for life on Earth.
July 05, 2018
Polymer plastic solar cells remain an industry priority because of their light weight, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.
June 29, 2018
The Zika virus, which continues to cause microcephaly and other neurological complications in infants whose mothers were infected during pregnancy, remains a public health concern.

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