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Nanoscale Interfacial Engineering with Interconnected Hollow Carbon Nanospheres for Stable Lithium Metal Anode

Stanford researchers led by Profs. Yi Cui and Steven Chu have demonstrated that interfacial layer of hollow carbon nanospheres allows stable lithium metal anode cycling up to a practical current density of 1 mA cm-2. The cycling Coulombic effic...
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Immune patterns in blood predicting functional recovery in patients undergoing surgery

Recovery from surgical trauma is highly variable and currently there are insufficient tools for accurately predicting recovery in individual patients. An objective test is needed for predicting clinical recovery from surgery that will serve as a rational ...
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