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New flame retardants, old problems  SCIENCE DAILY · 22 hours
New flame retardants escaping from our TVs, other electrical and electronic products, and children's car seats are just as toxic as the flame retardants they're intended to replace, according to a new study. The authors found that the... more
Replacement flame retardants pose serious health harms, warn scientists  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
New flame retardants escaping from our TVs, other electrical and electronic products, and children's car seats are just as toxic as the flame retardants they're intended to replace, according to... more
New flame retardants, old problems  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
New flame retardants escaping from our TVs, other electrical and electronic products, and children's car seats are just as toxic as the flame retardants they're intended to replace, according to a peer-reviewed study published today in Environmental Science... more
Making connections: Bringing astrophysical processes down to Earth  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Magnetic reconnection, a process in which magnetic field lines tear and come back together, releasing large amounts of kinetic energy, occurs throughout the universe. The process gives rise to auroras, solar flares... more
Cities with more black residents rely more on traffic tickets and fines for revenue  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
I've been thinking a lot lately about the last time I got a speeding ticket. It was nearly a decade... more
New supercomputer simulations explore magnetic reconnection and make a surprising discovery  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Magnetic reconnection, a process in which magnetic field lines tear and come back together, releasing large amounts of kinetic energy, occurs throughout the universe. The process... more
Electric dipole effect in PdCoO2/{beta}-Ga2O3 Schottky diodes for high-temperature operation  Science Magazine · 5 days
High-temperature operation of semiconductor devices is widely demanded for switching/sensing purposes in automobiles, plants, and aerospace applications. As alternatives to conventional Si-based Schottky diodes usable only at 200°C... more
Electro-plasmonic nanoantenna: A nonfluorescent optical probe for ultrasensitive label-free detection of electrophysiological signals  Science Magazine · 5 days
Harnessing the unprecedented spatiotemporal resolution capability of light to detect electrophysiological signals has been the goal of scientists for nearly 50 years.... more
New catalyst helps turn carbon dioxide into fuel  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Imagine grabbing carbon dioxide from car exhaust pipes and other sources and turning this main greenhouse gas into fuels like natural gas or propane: a sustainability dream come true. more
How aerosols affect our climate  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Greenhouse gases may get more attention, but aerosols -- from car exhaust to volcanic eruptions -- also have a major impact on the Earth's climate. Using a massive NASA dataset, researchers have created a framework that helps explain... more
How aerosols affect our climate  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
For many, the word "aerosol" might conjure thoughts of hairspray or spray paint. More accurately, though, aerosols are simply particles found in the atmosphere. They can be human-made, like from car exhaust or biomass burning, or naturally occurring,... more
Drug-light combo could offer control over CAR T-cell therapy  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 days
Bioengineers are a step closer to making CAR T-cell therapy safer, more precise and easy to control. They developed a system that allows them to select where and when CAR... more
Drug-light combination could offer better control over CAR T-cell treatments  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 week
Bioengineers at the University of California San Diego are a step closer to making CAR T-cell therapy safer, more precise and easy to control. more
Researchers studied the fabrication of polymeric fibers for use in advanced health care  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Mohan Edirisinghe leads a team of researchers at University College London studying the fabrication of polymeric nanofibers and microfibers—very thin fibers made... more
Controlling the charge state of organic molecule quantum dots in a 2D nanoarray  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
Researchers have fabricated a self-assembled, carbon-based nanofilm where the charge state (ie, electronically neutral or positive) can be controlled at the level... more
What will the world look like in 2050?  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
It's 2050, and another balmy day in Los Angeles. A young woman steps outside and puts on her air filtration mask. The air is thick with smog, which aggravates her asthma. As... more
Mitochondria work much like Tesla battery packs, study finds  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
For years, scientists assumed that mitochondria—the energy-generating centers of living cells—worked much like household batteries, generating energy from a chemical reaction inside a single chamber or cell. Now, UCLA researchers... more
Scientists reveal mechanism of electron charge exchange in molecules  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
Through a new scanning transmission electron microscopy method, researchers are able to observe electron distribution between atoms and molecules and uncover clues to the origins of ferroelectricity, the capacity of... more
Scientists reveal mechanism of electron charge exchange in molecules  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Researchers at the University of California, Irvine have developed a new scanning transmission electron microscopy method that enables visualization of the electric charge density of materials at sub-angstrom resolution. more
Controlling the charge state of organic molecule quantum dots in a 2-D nanoarray  nanowerk · 1 week
Molecular self-assembly on a metal results in high-density 2D organic (carbon-based) quantum dot array with electric-field-controllable charge state. more
More fetal remains found as probe of late doctor continues  ABC NEWS · 2 weeks
The discovery of more than 2,400 sets of fetal remains in the Illinois garage and a car owned by a late doctor who performed abortions in Indiana has... more
Taking the cops out of mental health-related 911 rescues  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
Every day that Janet van der Laak drives between car dealerships in her sales job, she keeps size 12 shoes, some clothes and a packed lunch — a PB&J sandwich,... more
Vibration in one direction only  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Electronic components such as transistors transmit electric currents in one direction only. What if we could create materials that could achieve similar effects for mechanical vibrations? For many applications, having materials that transmit vibrations in one direction, but... more
Peering into batteries: X-rays reveal lithium-ion's mysteries  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Billions of smartphone owners are familiar with the dreaded "low battery" symbol on their devices. While consumers groan, scientists are working to understand why and when lithium-ion batteries in phones, plug-in electric vehicles, and... more
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