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An Exceptionally Effective Lead-Detection Protein

Results may inspire new treatments for lead poisoning

06-Apr-2005

Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and the University of Chicago have discovered that a member of a well-known protein family is better at detecting lead than any other known substance. Learning more about the protein's structure and lead-detection ...

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Increasing Charge Mobility in Single Molecular Organic Crystals

Studies may help identify best materials for variety of future electronics applications

23-Mar-2005

Organic materials are particularly attractive for potential applications such as flexible displays, or so-called "electronic paper," because they are inherently flexible. "Imagine a computer screen that you could crumple or fold like a sheet of plastic film," says Vladimir Butko, a scientist from ...

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Scientists Grow Thermoelectric Cobaltate Thin Films on Silicon

10-Mar-2005

Thin films made of so-called thermoelectric materials could be used to convert heat directly into electric energy, or vise versa, for a variety of applications, including micro-chip-based chemical and biological sensors and more-efficient ways to cool computer chips. Thermoelectrics also hold ...

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Non-Invasive Imaging Tools May Help Unravel Mechanisms of Prenatal Drug Damage

Technique may also help assess, improve effectiveness of pain medication following fetal surgery

08-Feb-2005

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory demonstrate a new way to assess the potentially damaging effects of prenatal drug exposure -- a technique that could also be used to monitor a fetus's response to therapeutic drugs -- using sophisticated, non-invasive ...

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Brookhaven Lab Scientist Helps Create a New Form of the Element Carbon

19-Nov-2003

A new phase of the element carbon, a superhard compressed graphite, has been identified by a research team that includes a scientist from the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory. The findings appeared in the October 17, 2003 ...

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Reverse Reactions Helps Isolate Important Intermediate

12-Sep-2003

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have used a new way to isolate and study an important intermediate in the epoxidation of olefins such as ethylene: They run the reaction in reverse. By starting with the final products (epoxides) and placing them on the ...

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