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Reconfiguring Active Particles into Dynamic Patterns

Reconfiguring Active Particles into Dynamic Patterns Electrostatic imbalance causes particles to swarm, cluster, and form connected chainsApplying an electrostatic imbalance to Janus colloids causes them to self propel into swarms, clusters, and connected chains.DETAIL VIEW

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Hot Electrons Detected at Solid-Liquid Interfaces

Hot Electrons Detected at Solid-Liquid InterfacesAs seen in diverse applications, such as the refinement of petrol, their use in batteries and fuel cells for electric cars and to aid in the cleanup of hazardous agricultural waste, a variety of catalysts are in constant development to fulfill economic and environmental demands. To maximize the catalytic reaction, a great deal of research effort is made to reveal its mechanism. As a key to understanding catalysis, hot electrons are of great interest in the field.date2016-07-13

Synthesized Microporous 3D Graphene-like Carbons

Synthesized Microporous 3D Graphene-like CarbonsIBS Research team create carbon synthesis using zeolites as a template.
Graphene, an allotrope of carbon, discovered more than a decade ago has led to myriad research that seeks to unlock its vast potential
date2016-06-30

An electromechanical hug for the heart*

An electromechanical hug for the heart*The heart wrap was made from silver nanowires embedded in a rubber polymer that could conform to the unique three-dimensional anatomy of different hearts
Heart failure can be treated by pacemakers to keep the beats in rhythm, but pacemakers apply electrical stimulation at specific points and do not provide comprehensive coverage of the entire organ.
date2016-06-23

IBS Breakthrough in the Treatment of Cancer

IBS Breakthrough in the Treatment of CancerResearch Team from the IBS Center of Genome Integrity reports an inhibition of colon tumors in mice models.
Scientists from the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) have successfully inhibited the growth of colon tumors in mice with mismatch repair deficiency.
date2016-06-15

A New Nuclease Tool in CRISPR Genome Editing, Cpf1, Proved its Marked Specificity and Produced a Targeted Mutant Mouse

A New Nuclease Tool in CRISPR Genome Editing, Cpf1, Proved its Marked Specificity and Produced a Targeted Mutant MouseA New Nuclease Tool in CRISPR Genome Editing, Cpf1, Proved its Marked Specificity and Produced a Targeted Mutant Mousedate2016-06-07