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New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated monthly, 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.
- Ground-State Proton Transfer Kinetics in Green Fluorescent Protein
- Nanostructuring Materials for Solar-to-Hydrogen Conversion
- Top-Down Patterning and Self-Assembly for Regular Arrays of Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
- Electronic Readout Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay with Organic Field-Effect Transistors as a Preeclampsia Prognostic
- Immunoglobulin Gene Insertions and Deletions in the Affinity Maturation of HIV-1 Broadly Reactive Neutralizing Antibodies
- Tunable Flexible Pressure Sensors using Microstructured Elastomer Geometries for Intuitive Electronics
- How black holes stop galaxies from making stars
- Rest your mind the right way to boost learning
- Milk fat detector uses fluorescent dye
- Super high-res MRI detects single atom
- Diabetes may raise risk for heart valve disease
- Different squid evolved to glow in similar way
- Everybody gains when larvae ‘follow the leader’
- Therapy cures hearing loss from loud noises
- Weird interior of Saturn’s moon makes it wobble
- Tiniest particles melt and then turn into ‘Jell-O’
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