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Clinically suitable platelet-based methods to detect and monitor treatment benefits in human diseases of mucosal and/or nervous systems

Stanford researchers have developed a combination of standardized, non-artifactual methods for identifying diseases of mucosal and/or nervous systems. This minimally invasive combination of methods eliminates the limitations and artifacts of existing, art...
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Optical Absorption Enhancement in Amorphous Silicon Nanocone Arrays

Stanford researchers in Materials Science have developed a method of fabricating a-Si:H nanowires (NWs) and nanocones (NCs) using an easily scalable and IC-compatible process. These a-Si:H nanostructures display greatly enhanced absorption over a large ra...
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