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UCLA nanotech research mimics enzymes in directing chemical reactions.


Tomorrow's nonvolatile memory devices -- computer memory that can retain stored information even when not powered -- will profoundly change electronics, and Cornell researchers have discovered a new way of measuring and optimizing their performance.


Institute will draw on the expertise of nearly 100 neuroscientists working in 20 departments across the Yale campus.


The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) has been awarded $1.53 million in funding over six years to create and maintain BrainFacts.org, a unique nonprofit online source for authoritative public information about the progress and promise of brain research.


Babies just over a year old process words they hear with the same brain structures as adults, and in the same amount of time. They are also capable of grasping their meaning.


Kavli will receive the award on April 28, 2011 during the annual Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony and Dinner.


The Crab Nebula is shocking scientists with gamma-ray flares set off by the most energetic particles ever traced to a specific astronomical object, leading researchers to rethink their ideas of how cosmic particles are accelerated.


Researchers have unveiled striking, atomic-resolution details of graphene “quilts,” uncovering key insights into graphene’s electrical and mechanical properties.


Successfully manipulationg qubits with electrical rather than magnetic fields, researchers have succeeded in controlling what is expected to be the building blocks of a future super-fast quantum computer.


Carbon nanotubes can transmit and receive light at the nanoscale, which may one day make them ideal optical scattering wires.