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Intramolecular Vinylation of Secondary and Tertiary Organolithiums

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Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja301591m

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New X-ray technique reveals structure of printable electronics

An innovative X-ray technique has given North Carolina State University researchers and their collaborators new insight into how organic polymers can be used in printable electronics such as transistors and solar cells. Their discoveries may lead to cheaper, more efficient printable electronic devices.

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3-D RNA modeling opens scientific doors

A team from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill demonstrates a simple, cost-effective technique for three-dimensional RNA structure prediction that will help scientists understand the structures, and ultimately the functions, of the RNA molecules that dictate almost every aspect of human cell behavior.

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Nanoparticles home in on brain tumors, boost accuracy of surgical removal

Like special-forces troops laser-tagging targets for a bomber pilot, tiny particles that can be imaged three different ways at once have enabled Stanford University School of Medicine scientists to remove brain tumors from mice with unprecedented accuracy.

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Opening the gate to robust quantum computing

A team led by an Ames Laboratory scientist develops new technique for solid-state quantum information processing.

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Nanotechnology cuts water use, energy costs

As part of a larger consortium involving partners from several energy companies, universities, and government agencies, researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory are developing a special class of nanoparticles that partially melt as steam evaporates from a plant’s cooling towers, absorbing a significant percentage of the diffused heat in the system.

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Molecular catalyser for artificial photosynthesis achieves speed record

Scientists in Sweden have developed a molecular catalyser with the ability to quickly oxidise water to oxygen. The results are a significant contribution to the future use of solar energy and other renewable energy sources, especially since gasoline prices continue to soar.

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New magnetic testing technique helps ensure reliability of microelectronic devices, solar cells and MEMS applications

The fixtureless and noncontact technique, known as the magnetically actuated peel test (MAPT), could help ensure the long-term reliability of electronic devices, and assist designers in improving resistance to thermal and mechanical stresses.

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Electron microscopy inspires flexoelectric theory behind ‘material on the brink’

Electron microscopy, conducted as part of the Shared Research Equipment (ShaRE) User Program at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, has led to a new theory to explain intriguing properties in a material with potential applications in capacitors and actuators.

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Medistem Industry/Academia Collaboration Leads to Nanotechnology Based ‘Cancer Vaccine’

Medistem Inc. announced today it has co-authored a peer-reviewed publication disclosing a new approach to stimulating the immune system to kill tumor cells using a novel nanotechnology-based approach.

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