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Tin-Carbon Nanocomposite Enables Fast-Charging Battery

If batteries had larger energy storage capacities, portable electronics and electric vehicles would spend less time tethered to electrical outlets. However, to make fast-charging, high-storage batteries, resear
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Dr. Zhihong Nie earns NSF CAREER Award

Dr. Zhihong Nie was awarded NSF CAREER Award from the Division of Materials Research, NSF. The title of his proposal is “CAREER: Biomimetic Self-assembly of Polymer-inorganic Hybrid Nanocompartments with Biom
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Alexander a new fellow of the AAAS

Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry Millard Alexander is among the 702 new fellows recently named by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
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Nanoscale Photolithography with Visible Light

Industrial approaches to improving lithographic resolution rely upon using radiation or charged particles of ever shorter wavelengths. Working with such light or particles is difficult and expensive. However, r
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Sintim and Nakayama paper is featured cover article in October 2012 Analytica Chimica Acta.

The article entitled “Investigating the interactions between cations, peroxidation substrates and G-quadruplex topology in DNAzyme peroxidation reactions using statistical testing” is co-aothored by