Publications by Date

2014

Liquid Crystal Goes From Transparent To Mirrorlike With A Simple Jolt
Chemical & Engineering News / Oct. 9, 2014 / website / view site
Catalytic Micropump Controls Self-Assembly
Chemical & Engineering News / Sept. 26, 2014 / website / view site
Gradual Evolution
Communications of the ACM / Vol. 57, No. 10 / October 2014 / pp. 16-18 / view site
Long-Lived Blue OLEDs Could Lead to Better Displays
IEEE Spectrum / Sept. 25, 2014 / website / view site
Identifying Explosives at a Distance
IEEE Spectrum / October 2014 / view site
Organic Photocatalyst Helps Split Water
Chemical & Engineering News / Sept. 10, 2014 / website / view site
Graphene Offers a Better Way to Capture T-rays
IEEE Spectrum / Sept. 8, 2015 / website / view site
The Power of Memory
Communications of the ACM / Vol. 57, No. 9 / September 2014 / pp. 15-16 / view site
Engineers Design Micropatterned Surface to Control Droplet Flow
Chemical & Engineering News / Aug. 27, 2014 / website / view site
Camouflage Technology Copies Cuttlefish Trick
IEEE Spectrum / Aug. 18, 2014 / website / view site
Raman Laser Could Identify Explosives at a Distance
IEEE Spectrum / Aug. 14, 2014 / website / view site
Bendable Sound Waves Can Skirt Objects, Track Particles
IEEE Spectrum / Aug. 8, 2014 / website / view site
Optical Method Measures Graphene Quality
Chemical & Engineering News / July 30, 2014 / website / view site
Low-Power Laser Could Speed CPUs
IEEE Spectrum / July 23, 2014 / view site
Researchers Print Electronic Memory on Paper
Chemical & Engineering News / July 23, 2014 / website / view site
Nanolenses Help Researchers Pick Out Tiny Objects
Chemical & Engineering News / Jul7 14, 2014 / website / view site
One Atom + Two Photons = Quantum Computing Switch
IEEE Spectrum / July 11, 2014 / website / view site
Researchers Peel and Stick Nanostructures to Various Materials
Chemical & Engineering News / July 7, 2014 / website / view site
Tiny Silicon Claws Capture Single Cells
Chemical & Engineering News / June 27, 2014 / website / view site
Electricity From Heat Could Power Electronics
IEEE Spectrum / June 25, 2014 / website / view site

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