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Superior Bioremediation Enzymes

Researchers in Prof. A.C. Matin’s laboratory have bioengineered a patented enzyme, ChrR6 (formerly referred to as Y6), that can efficiently remediate two of the most serious environmental contaminants - chromate and uranyl. These two widespread pollutan...
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Mechanically Assisted Patterning

Zhenan Bao's research group at Stanford have developed a solution-based technique for the fabrication of FET arrays, in which the patterning of organic crystals is achieved by a self-aligned method to pattern droplets of an organic semiconductor solution....
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