Brands and regulators confront the complexities and technological challenges of the circular economy
Unique properties of gallium alloys pave the way to stretchable, self-healing electronics
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New form of silicon boosts element’s biocompatibility and activates neurons with an assist from light
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Details of the agreement between former grad student Mark Charest and the school are undisclosed
Credit: Courtesy of Mark Charest
Technique could alleviate recurrent shortages of the noble element, used in scientific instruments
Credit: Pete Barry
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