Pancharatnam–Berry phase reversal via opposite-chirality-coexisted superstructures

In modern photonic applications, such as the optical communications and AR/VR displays, on-demand multi-dimensional light control plays a crucial rule, including the modulation of wavelength, amplitude, phase, and polarization. Along…

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Reliable diagnostics at the tip of your finger

Biomarkers are components that may be present in biological samples and are related to specific diseases. Therefore, doctors can analyze biological samples from a patient to check their health condition…

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Automated platform for plasmid production

Plasmids have extensive use in basic and applied biology. These small, circular DNA molecules are used by scientists to introduce new genes into a target organism. Well known for their…

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Rice chemists skew the odds to prevent cancer

HOUSTON – (May 17, 2022) – The path to cancer prevention is long and arduous for legions of researchers, but new work by Rice University scientists shows that there may…

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Aging well in a pandemic: Older adults share what it takes

Despite the pandemic’s terrible toll on older adults, a new national poll shows that most people over 50 still say their health is as good as it was before March…

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Organic polymeric scintillators excite X-ray community

X-ray detection is of great importance in diverse applications, such as radiation detection, medical diagnosis, and security inspection. A popular way to achieve X-ray detection is to integrate a photodetector…

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Henry Ford cardiologist to perform a live heart procedure at International Medical Education event

DETROIT (May 17, 2022) – For the third straight year, Henry Ford Hospital interventional cardiologist Khaldoon Alaswad, M.D. will perform a  live heart procedure as part of an international interactive…

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Loops for micro-organisms

On water, on land, and in the air — microorganisms are almost everywhere and are essential for all biogeochemical cycles on the planet. They are masters of degradation and transformation…

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Chimpanzees combine calls to form numerous vocal sequences

Humans are the only species on earth known to use language. We do this by combining sounds to form words and words to form hierarchically structured sentences. The question, where…

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Magnetic nanoparticles in biological vehicles individually characterised for the first time

Imagine a tiny vehicle with a nanomagnetic structure, which can be steered through the human body via external magnetic fields. Arrived at its destination, the vehicle may release a drug,…

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