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20 Mar 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Industrial Motion and Tracking System with Increased Precision and Accuracy; Novel Material Boosts Carbon Capture Tenfold; Safe Electrolyte for Lithium-Ion Batteries
This issue profiles an industrial motion and tracking system with increased precision and accuracy, a novel material that can boost carbon capture tenfold, and a safe electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries.
27 Mar 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Genetically Modified Bacteria Help in Fight against Obesity in Preliminary Research; Future Aircraft can be Directly 3D Printed; Paper-Like Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries
This issue profiles genetically modified bacteria that help in fight against obesity in preliminary research, future aircraft that can be directly 3D printed, and a paper-like material for lithium-ion batteries.
03 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Fish Exposed to Estrogenic Chemicals Display Transgenerational Reproductive Effects; High-Energy Density Flow Battery; Low-Cost Hydrogen-Bromine Flow Batteries for Grid Utility Energy Storage
This issue profiles a study of fish exposed to estrogenic chemicals displaying transgenerational reproductive effects, a high-energy density flow battery, and low-cost hydrogen-bromine flow batteries for grid utility energy storage.
10 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Producing Batteries from Peanuts; Light Data Unlocks Exoplanet Cloud Properties; Promising Ceramic Materials Technology can Lead to Lighter Batteries
This issue profiles producing batteries from peanuts, using light data to unlock exoplanet cloud properties, and a promising ceramic materials technology that can lead to lighter batteries.
17 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Carbon Nanofibers could Improve Parkinson's Therapy; Swiss Researchers Use X-Rays and Water Guns to Study Air/Water Interface; Cost-Effective and Shelf-Stable Antivenin for Sub-Saharan Africa
This issue profiles carbon nanofibers that could improve Parkinson's therapy, using X-rays and water guns to study air/water interface, and a cost-effective and shelf-stable antivenin for Sub-Saharan Africa
24 Apr 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Mexican Observatory Uses Gamma Rays to Uncover Cosmic Secrets; Flexible and Safe Lithium-Ion Battery; Phenolic-Rich Maple Syrup Extract Found To Reduce Antibiotic Resistance
This issue profiles a Mexican observatory using gamma rays to uncover cosmic secrets, a flexible and safe lithium-ion battery, and phenolic-rich maple syrup extract this is found to reduce antibiotic resistance.
01 May 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Magnetic Nanoparticles could Treat Parkinson's without Surgery; Studying Pollution as a Stroke Risk; Uncovering the Mystery of Iron's Ubiquity
This issue profiles magnetic nanoparticles that could be used to treat parkinson's without surgery, studying pollution as a stroke risk, uncovering the mystery of iron's ubiquity.
08 May 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Electron Microscopy Study Could Extend Battery Life; Cummins Engine R&D on Ultra-Low Carbon Powertrains; Neural Activation Controls Pain
This issue profiles an electron microscopy study that could extend battery life, Cummins Engine R&D on ultra-low carbon powertrains, and neural activation for controlling pain.
15 May 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Safer and Greener Method of Controlling Mosquitoes; Bluetooth-Based Industrial Transmitters; Packing Peanuts Battery Addresses Range Anxiety
This issue profiles a safer and greener method of controlling mosquitoes, bluetooth-based industrial transmitters, and a packing peanuts battery that addresses range anxiety.
22 May 2015  |  Global
Inside R&D Alert. Polymer/Protein Scaffold Implant to Build Damaged Tissue; US Naval Research Lab R&D on Clear Ceramic Armor; Biomaterials-Based Hydrogel Enables Improved Cell Survival and Integration
This issue profiles a polymer/protein scaffold implant to build damaged tissue, US Naval Research Lab R&D on clear ceramic armor, and a biomaterials-based hydrogel that enables improved cell survival and integration.