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This unassuming material is capable of capturing or releasing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in response to moisture swings.
Pulling carbon dioxide out of the air using moisture
This unassuming material is capable of capturing or releasing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in response to moisture swings. Pulling carbon dioxide out of the air using moisture In a corner of
A more efficient way to capture fresh water from the air
Researchers captured water droplets exhibiting complex collective motion, oscillating between serpentine and circular motions, as they condense on a thin oily film. Credit: 2024 KAUST; Fauzia Wardani. A more efficient way to
Bringing transformative potential to agriculture with a natural technology for ‘dimming’ genes
Keerti Rathore stands in his lab with ultra-low gossypol cotton plants that were created using RNA interference, a gene-silencing technique. Credit: Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Beth Luedeker Bringing transformative potential to
Staving off coral reef collapse via a new technique
via University of Florida Staving off coral reef collapse via a new technique In a bit of biological magic, some tiny, jellyfish-like creatures learned eons ago how to weave seawater into durable,
Producing energy from evaporating tap or seawater with new nanoscale devices
EPFL researchers have discovered that nanoscale devices harnessing the hydroelectric effect can harvest electricity from the evaporation of fluids with higher ion concentrations than purified water, revealing a vast untapped energy potential.
Setting the stage for regenerative therapy by turning skin cells into limb cells
Atsuta and his colleagues confirmed that the fibroblasts were successfully reprogrammed into cells that can produce limb tissue. They detected three important proteins found in natural limb progenitor cells, marking the proteins
Robots and cameras of the future could be made of liquid crystals
Alvin Modin with liquid crystal devices in the lab at the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. CREDIT: Will Kirk/Johns Hopkins University. Robots and cameras of the future could be made of
A new way to alter the DNA of bacterial cells using electricity instead of harsh chemicals to manufacture life-saving medicines
Plasmid DNA entering the E. coli cell after exposure to 18GHz electro magnetic energy. Credit: Bio21 Institute. A new way to alter the DNA of bacterial cells using electricity instead of harsh
A reprogrammable light-based computer processor
The team’s reprogrammable light-based processor. Credit: Will Wright, RMIT University A reprogrammable light-based computer processor Technologies in these emerging fields that operate at the atomic level are already realizing big benefits for
Could this be the key to sustainable foods that have both the ‘right’ texture and require minimal processing?
A closed photo bioreactor where micro algae are cultivated in glass tubes (credit: File:Photobioreactor PBR 4000 G IGV Biotech.jpg - Wikipedia) Could this be the key to sustainable foods that have both the
A 3D printed metamaterial could change how we make everything from medical implants to aircraft or rocket parts
PhD candidate Jordan Noronha holding a sample of the new titanium lattice structure 3D printed in cube form. Credit: RMIT. A 3D printed metamaterial could change how we make everything from medical
Imagine being able to build an entire dialysis machine using nothing more than a 3D printer
MIT researchers modified a multi-material 3D printer so it could produce three-dimensional solenoids in one step by layering ultrathin coils of three different materials. It prints a U.S. quarter-sized solenoid as a