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Atomic Nitrogen Route to New 2D Semiconductors

A simple and non-destructive fabrication technique could aid the manufacture of more energy efficient two-dimensional (2D) films needed to transform the electronics industry.Atomically thin,...
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Reducing Unnecessary Medication for Hepatitis B Patients

Not all chronic hepatitis B (HBV) patients require lifelong treatment; but the risks of blindly withdrawing treatment can be severe. However, there’s little consensus...
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Blood Factories Closer to Reality

Blood cells grown in large vats from a starter stock of stem cells could one day supplement or even replace blood taken from human...
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Revisiting Selection Rules

The sorting and automated labelling of cell clusters may be boosted by an algorithm developed by A*STAR researchers. The algorithm facilitates data analysis from...
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X-Rays Reveal the Workings of Batteries

An experimental technique developed by A*STAR researchers has been used to track the chemical and structural changes in an electrode as a battery discharges1....
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Quelling Anti-Viral Responses

Genome editing technology is helping A*STAR scientists unravel how the Influenza A virus (IAV) exploits human anti-viral responses.IAV remains a key challenge for global...
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Identifying White Knights of the Arteries

An international team of researchers have discovered that a distinctive group of white blood cells help maintain the balance of collagen deposition in blood...
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Genetic Model Refines Knowledge of New Cancer Drugs

A protein crucial for cell division may help to explain why certain cancer therapies are more effective in some patients than others. Genetically altered...
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Coated for a Clearer Contrast

Cancer will become easier to detect and diagnose early using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) thanks to A*STAR researchers who have engineered biocompatible iron oxide...
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Building a New Wave of Lightweight Structural Panels

Composite panels that sandwich a porous inner core between two solid outer sheets are increasingly being used in aircraft to reduce weight while maintaining...
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How a Cell’s Fate Is Controlled

Toggling the functions of a protein that regulates gene expression during cellular reprogramming ensures cell fate conversion, an A*STAR study has found1.Understanding how cell...
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Tiny Antennae Directing Light at the Chip Scale

A nanoscale optical antenna developed by researchers at A*STAR allows the manipulation of visible light waves on the scale of microchips. Such nanoantennae may...
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Helping Fuel Cells Beat the Heat

Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) offer a stable and efficient way to generate clean electrochemical power, but are impractical for use in portable devices...
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Monopeptides Give Pores for Thought

Molecules that can insert themselves into cell membranes, then self-assemble into selectively permeable pores, could offer a new therapeutic option for diseases such as...
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A Tougher Conductive Ceramic at Lower Cost

By systematically refining standard processing techniques, A*STAR researchers have developed a low-cost method for manufacturing an electrically conductive aluminum oxide ceramic composite — a...
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Controlling the Gene for the ‘Immortalizing Enzyme’

“We are investigating one of the most fundamental questions in cancer biology,” says lead researcher, Haiwei Song from the A*STAR Institute of Molecular and...
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Putting Body Heat in the Device Game

At night, most of us plug in a jumble of wires and devices as we charge our smart watches, phones and fitness trackers. It's...
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Wavelength Shift Could Lead to Cheap Infrared Scans

A cheap, compact technique for analyzing samples at infrared wavelengths using visible-wavelength components could revolutionize medical and material testing1.Infrared spectroscopy is used for material...
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Taking the Edge off of Nanoscale Heat

Black phosphorene, an unusual two-dimensional (2D) compound, may offer strategies for avoiding damaging hot spots in nanoscale circuits, a new study from A*STAR researchers1 has...
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Layered Chambers Open a Window for Drug Release

Implantable arrays of microchambers show potential capacity for holding and releasing precisely controlled quantities of drugs on command, report A*STAR researchers with colleagues in...