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‘Chemputer’ promises app-controlled revolution for drug production

03-Dec-2018

A radical new method of producing drug molecules, which uses downloadable blueprints to easily and reliably synthesise organic chemicals via a programmable ‘chemputer’, could be set to democratise the pharmaceutical industry, scientists say. In a new paper published online in the journal Science, ...

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Liquid battery could lead to flexible energy storage

15-Aug-2018

A new type of energy storage system could revolutionise energy storage and drop the charging time of electric cars from hours to seconds. In a new paper, chemists from the University of Glasgow discuss how they developed a flow battery system using a nano-molecule that can store electric power ...

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Solar supercapacitor could power future of wearable sensors

23-Jul-2018

A new form of solar-powered supercapacitor could help make future wearable technologies lighter and more energy-efficient, scientists say.‌ Researchers from the University of Glasgow’s Bendable Electronics and Sensing Technologies (BEST) group describe how they have developed a promising new type ...

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Robot chemist discovers new molecules and reactions

19-Jul-2018

A new type of artificial-intelligence-driven chemistry could revolutionise the way molecules are discovered, scientists claim. Chemists from the University of Glasgow discuss how they have trained an artificially-intelligent organic chemical synthesis robot to automatically explore a very large ...

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Nanoscale measurements 100x more precise, thanks to improved two-photon technique

08-May-2018

Technique uses photons, fundamental components of light, to measure nanoscopic materials thinner than 100,000th the width of a human hair - with 30,000 fired per second and 500bn throughout Research will mean measurements 100x more precise than existing two-photon techniques - with the potential ...

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Un-mixing using lasers to make new crystals

08-Mar-2018

Scientists have managed to separate two liquids in a mixture using a laser, which they claim will lead to new ways of manipulating matter and creating crystals for industry. Researchers from the University of Glasgow present a novel approach to separate and create new phases using a simple laser. ...

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Scientists create magnetic system transforming heat into motion

25-Oct-2017

A team of scientists have found a new way to transform ambient heat into motion in nanoscale devices – a discovery which could open up new possibilities for data storage, sensors, nanomotors and other applications in the ever-shrinking world of electronics. An international team of researchers ...

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Man versus (synthesis) machine

Active machine learning for the discovery and crystallization of gigantic polyoxometalate molecules

04-Aug-2017

Who is the better experimentalist, a human or a robot? When it comes to exploring synthetic and crystallization conditions for inorganic gigantic molecules, actively learning machines are clearly ahead, as demonstrated by British Scientists in an experiment with polyoxometalates. Polyoxometalates ...

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Lifting the lid on future military aircraft technologies

07-Jul-2016

Ahead of this years' Farnborough International Airshow, engineers and scientists at BAE Systems and the University of Glasgow have outlined their current thinking about military aircraft and how they might be designed and manufactured in the future. The concepts have been developed ...

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Sound-like bubbles whizzing around in DNA are essential to life

Scientists have shown the weird world of quantum mechanics operating in the DNA

02-Jun-2016

The research, which was carried out by academics from the University of Glasgow and is published in Nature Communications, describes how double-stranded DNA splits using delocalized sound waves that are the hallmark of quantum effects. DNA contains the code to life and holds a blueprint for ...

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