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New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated weekly, below are new articles by faculty in Stanford's Chemistry Department and Chemical Engineering Department from the Web of Science (WoS) database. Only users with a current SUNet ID can view full WoS records.
- Flexible and Stretchable Devices
- Mechanically Durable and Highly Stretchable Transistors Employing Carbon Nanotube Semiconductor and Electrodes
- Chiral cyclopentadienylruthenium sulfoxide catalysts for asymmetric redox bicycloisomerization
- Engineering Interfacial Silicon Dioxide for Improved Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Silicon Photoanode Water Splitting Performance
- Red-to-Black Piezochromism in a Compressible Pb-l-SCN Layered Perovskite
- Mutant cycle analysis with modified saxitoxins reveals specific interactions critical to attaining high-affinity inhibition of hNa(V)1.7
New Stanford Chemical Engineering Dept. theses
Engineering bivalency and bispecificity in protein therapeutics and protein scaffold development [electronic resource]
Multiplexed immuno-magnetic enrichment of cells and downstream molecular analysis [electronic resource]
Virus-like particles (VLPs) as iron oxide contrast agent carriers for enhanced prostate tumor imaging [electronic resource]
Futurity: news from leading research universities
- Random stuff like the weather sways voters
- Could a ‘youthful’ protein protect arteries from plaque?
- Gamer without hands builds this controller for his feet
- More ‘intense puffs’ with low-nicotine cigarettes
- MegaFace Challenge uncovers big gaps in face recognition
- How West Nile virus can trigger memory loss
- Dating is more awkward for teens addicted to Snapchat
- How bacteria harvest light without getting fried
- Broccoli sprout extract may block cancer’s return
- This electric car just broke the acceleration record
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Current awareness publications
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New eBooks in TPs
New print books @ Swain Library
Below is a list of the latest print books received at the Swain Library.
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Selected Library of Congress Subject Headings are grouped into four broad categories below.
When you click on a link, a saved search is run in SearchWorks showing you items the library has acquired to date that was given that subject heading.
General Chemical Engineering
- Biochemical Engineering
- Industrial Microbiology
- Microbial Biotechnology
- Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
If there are other subjects that you'd like to have added to this list, please contact Grace Baysinger (graceb[at]stanford.edu).
- Nanoparticle-Based Modulation of the Immune System
- Biomanufacturing of Therapeutic Cells: State of the Art, Current Challenges, and Future Perspectives
- Multiscale Materials Modeling in an Industrial Environment
- Complex Fluids and Hydraulic Fracturing
- Neutron Scattering from Polymers: Five Decades of Developing Possibilities
- Thiol–Disulfide Exchange Reactions in the Mammalian Extracellular Environment
- Thermodynamics of Bioreactions
- Charged Polymer Membranes for Environmental/Energy Applications
- Progress in the Development of Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts for Low-Temperature Fuel Cells
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