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Using the skin’s electrical resistance to diagnose breast cancer

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A new type of cooling cube could revolutionize how food is kept cold and shipped fresh without relying on ice or traditional cooling packs

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A major advance in regenerative medicine: A biomaterial tough enough to repair the heart, muscles, and vocal cords

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Brain-like computing takes a leap by combining a memory function with a calculation function in the same component

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Tohoku Gakuin University

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Could clean cars powered by direct ethanol fuel cells be a solid approach to help mitigate climate change?

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Oregon State University College of Engineering

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Preventing cardiovascular diseases by measuring skin cholesterol non-invasively

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A non-invasive nanochip device can reprogram tissue to change skin tissue into blood vessels and nerve cells

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Building the first living robots that can reproduce

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Prototype acoustic wave system efficiently separates out microplastics from polluted water

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Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology

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Could spare battery capacity in electric vehicles be used to support the uptake of renewable energy?

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Sustainable catalyst production without any chemical waste

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A new jelly-like hydrogel material is 80 percent water yet cab be run over by a car without being damaged

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