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Design of Misaligned Nanodevices Immune Logic Standard Cells

Misaligned Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) impose a major barrier to practical implementation of CNFET-based logic circuits. Stanford researchers have simulated a design that provides a solution for detecting whether a cell is immune to misaligned nanotubes or na...
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A CpI hydrogenase-FNR fusion protein offers greatly improved hydrogen production rates through a synthetic enzyme pathway

Stanford Researchers have developed a fusion protein which greatly enhances the function of the synthetic enzyme pathway for the production of hydrogen from biomass sugars, the two limiting enzymes in the pathway developed under related invention S10-315....
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