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High-speed Optimized Handling of Holiday Operations

DARPA, Santa Continue HO HO HO-liday Team-Up

DARPA’s High-speed Optimized Handling of Holiday Operations (HO HO HO) initiative is celebrating its fourth anniversary this year, and the Agency is proud to...
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An Eye for High Explosives

Bomb plots could be thwarted with the help of a portable system for detecting traces of high explosives using fluorescent polymer nanoparticles1, developed by...

Ohio State Researchers Develop Regenerative Medicine Breakthrough

Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Ohio State’s College of Engineering have developed a new technology, Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), that...
Targeted Neuroplasticity Training

TNT Researchers Set Out to Advance Pace and Effectiveness of Cognitive...

Coordinated research program aims to accelerate acquisition of cognitive skills in healthy individuals using non-invasive peripheral nerve stimulation

New Nanosensors for the Detection of TNT

Cage structures‘For the first time ever, we have used molecules with a lantern-type cage structure to fabricate sensitive nanosensors that can detect explosive substances...
Antimicrobial Peptide, quantum dots, genetic disorder, optofluidic

New ‘Optofluidic’ Technology Taps Power of Diatoms to Improve Sensor Performance

Researchers at Oregon State University have combined one of nature’s tiny miracles, the diatom, with a version of inkjet printing and optical sensing to...