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Mechanical Stabilization of the Metallic Phase of Two-Dimensional Mo- and W-Dichalcogenides

Stanford researchers have invented a mechanical strain- or stress-based process that can reversibly switch the crystal structure of ultrathin transition metal dichalcogenide (TMD) sheets. This method allows one to switch between a semiconducting and a met...
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Monoclonal Antibodies to Identify and Remove Teratoma-initiating Stem Cells

Researchers in Prof. Irving Weissman’s laboratory have developed antibodies and methods to prevent the formation of teratomas from human pluripotent stem cells used for regenerative medicine, cell therapy or research. When derivatives of embryonic ste...
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