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Researchers develop new lens manufacturing technique

Graduate student Mojtaba Falahati holds a homemade lens. Credit: WSU              Researchers from Washington State University and Ohio State University have developed a low-cost, easy-to-use lens that could help avoid the expensive molds required for optical manufacturing.                                                 Led by Lei Li, associate professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and graduate student, Mojtaba Falahati, who researches how …

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A novel technique using quantum light to measure nanoscale temperature

Representation of nanometer-scale diamonds that examine the temperature of electronic circuits. Picture credits: Dr. med. Trong Toan Tran Measuring and monitoring temperature and temperature changes on tiny scales – in a cell or in microelectronic and nanoelectronic components – has the potential to impact many areas of research, from disease detection to a major challenge in modern computing and communication …

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Real-Life-Expanding Brain Technique blows some heads

Branches of neurons in a mouse cortex Image: Gao et al. (Science, 2019) It is now possible to map a whole flying brain within a few days, according to a new study – that might sound like a long shot, but in fact an incredible feat, considering that the process would otherwise take weeks would take. Brain is not easy …

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Cactus-inspired technique could keep you hydrated after the Apocalypse

Good Nature If the world ever turns into a post-apocalyptic desert landscape, you'll probably have to look for dust storms and violent cyclist bands. But you may not have to worry about finding enough water. This is because an Ohio State University (OSU) research team has been studying how some of the desert's most efficient water collectors can literally pull …

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Researchers are studying hydrogen bonding with a new technique

The hydrogen bonding strength of iron (III) oxide / hydroxide (FeIII-O / OH) units in non-heme iron complexes is determined by the detection of FeIII-O / OH stretching vibrations detected by 57Fe nuclear magnetic resonance (NRVS) spectroscopy. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Mellon University researchers have used nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to study the hydrogen bonds that modulate the chemical …

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The technique allows direct imaging of nerve tissue. could cause diseases of the eye tissue to be detected sooner – ScienceDaily

By combining two imaging modalities – adaptive optics and angiography – investigators at the National Eye Institute (NEI) can see living neurons, epithelial cells, and blood vessels deep within the light-sensitive retina of the eye. The dissolution of these tissues and cells in the outermost region of the retina in such an unprecedented detail promises to alter the detection and …

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Russell Westbrook-Patrick Beverley damn bad blood with dual technique

OKLAHOMA CITY – There is a well-known story between Russell Westbrook and Patrick Beverley, and on Tuesday it was again fueled with double technical fouls and a fulminant foul 1 played by Thunder over the LA Clippers in 128-110 Thunder. 19659002] After 6:20 minutes in the fourth quarter, just after the whistle blew, Beverley dived for a loose ball that …

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