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Color-preserving daytime radiative cooling

Researchers in Prof. Shanhui Fan’s laboratory have developed a flexible, transparent, nanostructured material that enables daytime radiative cooling while preserving the color of the underlying substrate. This material is designed to be transparent at ...
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DNA nanocircles for telomere elongation in vivo and ex vivo — cell culture reagents, cell therapy, tissue engineering, aging, cancer, liver and macular degeneration

Stanford University Professor Eric Kool has developed DNA nanocircles that can be used to simply and efficiently synthesize long telomere repeats on human chromosomes in vivo and ex vivo, without the need for telomerase. Because telomere le...
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