Replacing petroleum by biomass can be economically feasible by generating revenue from the three primary biomass constituents.
ASS1 bridges a gap between p53 and Akt.
Changes to surface motifs provide precise tailoring of nanoparticle properties.
A nonvalence electronic state predominantly bound by correlation forces is spectroscopically characterized in a cluster anion.
We achieved record high photoresponsivity in both MoS2 and ReS2 on the structure of an Al2O3/ITO/SiO2/Si “stack.”
Researchers found evidence for a quantum phase transition within a superconducting condensate.
- Harnessing the hygroscopic and biofluorescent behaviors of genetically tractable microbial cells to design biohybrid wearables
We harnessed the hygroscopic and biofluorescent behaviors of microbial cells to design sweat-responsive biohybrid wearables.
Mating system and genetic variation impede the spread of gene drives, which target natural populations of disease-vectoring insects.
An increasingly well-resolved timetable of evolution provides new challenges and opportunities for evolutionary theory.
Traits determine species responses to climate change, as most eastern U.S. trees shift westward following moisture change.
Parrotlets direct leg takeoff force to minimize energy costs of foraging flights across different distances and inclinations.
We present a comprehensive overview of chirality and its optical manifestation in plasmonic nanosystems and nanostructures.
- Fast label-free multilayered histology-like imaging of human breast cancer by photoacoustic microscopy
A photoacoustic microscope system provides label-free multilayered histology-like imaging of unprocessed human breast specimens.
- Does basic energy access generate socioeconomic benefits? A field experiment with off-grid solar power in India
Basic solar microgrids can significantly improve access to electricity in an affordable manner, but they generate few socioeconomic benefits.