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S12-437
Self-Healing Electrode for Lithium Ion Battery

Stanford researchers have demonstrated for the first time, a self healing electrode which can dramatically enhance the cycle lifetime of lithium ion batteries by applying Si microparticles with a thin layer of self-healing conductive composite. Cracks an...
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S10-006
X-ray Molecular Imaging with Radioluminescent Nanoparticles

Researchers in Prof. Lei Xing’s laboratory have developed a radioluminescent platform to combine molecular and X-ray imaging using standard X-ray equipment coupled with a photodetector. Unlike conventional all-optical molecular imaging which relies on l...
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