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Harvard University's Office of Technology Development (OTD) and Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials announced the signing of an agreement licensing to Rohm and Haas a novel class of metal amidinate compounds useful for making thin films of metals and metal compounds by atomic layer deposition. ...
Simultaneous production of microchannels with parallel, electrically conducting metal wires
Magnetic components that can be controlled by the application of an external electric field are useful in many different applications. They can serve as microfluidic pumps, mixers, or valves in miniature lab-on-chip systems, or they can help in sorting and arranging magnetic particles. ...
Single-electron merry-go-round measures universal atomic force
All the atoms in the universe just got looser, at least in the eyes of humans. Although the laws of physics did not change overnight, our knowledge of how strong atoms are held together did have to be readjusted a bit in light of a new experiment conducted at Harvard University. By studying how ...
Physicists at Harvard University, George Mason University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered new quantum effects in ultracold gases that may lead to improved understanding of electrical conductivity in metals. In work presented at the March meeting of ...
Progress toward a low-temperature coal fuel cell
Coal remains one of our most important sources of energy. Worldwide coal reserves are considerably larger than petroleum and natural gas deposits. If it were possible to "tease out" the energy stored in coal in a more efficient and environmentally friendly way than in conventional power plants, ...
Pocket-sized HIV-Diagnostic Lab
"POCKET" (from portable and cost-effective) is the prototype of a novel portable and battery-driven protein detector that has been developed at Harvard University in Cambridge, USA. This simple and inexpensive, yet reliable diagnostic system for infectious diseases is ideal for broad use in ...
Nature's tools are best. That's what David R. Liu and his team at Harvard University believe, in any case; they are blazing new trails in the search for pharmaceuticals and the synthesis of new compounds. The team couples reagents to deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and uses the unique ability of ...