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Autobahn interconnect with multiple lanes

Researchers in Prof. S. C. Zhang’s laboratory have designed high performance interconnects for integrated circuits. These “autobahn” interconnects employ a magnetically doped topological insulator to enable multiple conducting paths between two circ...
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High affinity Notch receptor ligands

Researchers in the Garcia Lab at Stanford have engineered high affinity proteins that specifically bind and potently activate Notch receptors. Notch signaling is an important component for stem cell renewal and for dysregulation in cancer. These high-affi...
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