Released 2 12 2013 2 00 PM ESTEmbargo expired 2 17 2013 1 00 PM ESTSource Newsroom Pacific Northwest National Laboratory more news from this source Fast and efficient biologically inspired catalyst could someday make ... - Read More
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Physicists of the University of Vienna together with researchers from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna developed nano machines which recreate principal activities of proteins They present the first versatile and modular ... - Read More
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Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm have discovered an antibacterial polymer that can be used in everyday products such as sportswear diapers and bandages without causing resistant bacteria Share This See Also ... - Read More
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Decisions about future energy challenges are too often hindered by propaganda half truths and a limited grasp of the science that informs the choice and use of hydrocarbon and other resources according to delegates at ... - Read More
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