Bhagawan Sahu is part of a nationwide search to find nanoscale materials that can replace silicon transistors by the year 2020.
Supercomputers help researchers find deeper insight into the purity, structure and behavior of proteins, DNA and RNA.
Antarctica holds a cornucopia of fantastic life forms, geologic wonders and atmospheric conditions for scientists to study.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory uses supercomputer simulations to explore designer enzymes for renewable fuels.
Scientists continue their search for bioluminescent and biofluorescent organisms in coral reefs around the world.
Greg Waite is studying the "mini-earthquakes" caused by small eruptions in order to unlock details about how all eruptions unfold.
Researchers have developed a new material that when cold is nonmagnetic, but at high-temperatures is a strong magnet. Such materials could potentially be used to help generate power.
The adhesive properties of meat-eating sundew plants and the nanoparticles in English ivy are being harnessed for innovative medical and cosmetic applications.
The Nimbic Systems' Air Barrier System uses proprietary technology to create a "cocoon" of highly pure air that surrounds surgical incisions.
Kris Appel's company, Encore Path, Inc., produces a new device that stimulates and encourages rewiring of the brain, helping stroke victims recover from paralysis.
A different approach towards studying the heart may uncover paths to new and improved cardiac treatments.
Supercomputer simulations by University of Washington researchers outline the potential risks and benefits of geoengineering, specifically the release of volcanic aerosols into the atmosphere.
An NSF supported small business development project is working to develop clear, full window displays for automobile manufacturing technology and window-based advertisements.
Researchers have discovered how to make gasoline from sawdust and other plant materials and are currently moving from the lab to the power plant.
A summer in Taiwan gave University of Georgia student Virginia Schutte an opportunity to get to the bottom of an invasive species problem in mangrove forests in Taiwan.