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Ceramic holds promise for greener optical devices
Scientists have developed an environmentally friendly ceramic material
From suspected instigator to unlikely hero
A*STAR researchers have revealed the mechanism behind the way receptor TLR-9 protects against lupus
Polymer power potential
Four organic thermoelectric polymers identified using theoretical calculations could prove valuable for harvesting energy from waste heat
Releasing the brakes on wound repair
A carefully defined balance of biomolecular signals stimulates healing by setting skin cells into motion
Making heart tissue ‘beat’
The key to efficient production of heart muscle from pluripotent stem cells lies in optimizing the density and replicative state of the starting material
Ready, steady, fuse!
White blood cells in different subsets have varying propensities to fuse in response to inflammation
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Virtually reality: future factories run by digital twins
A*STAR has built a testbed for digital twins, the virtual counterparts of real manufacturing equipment. These factory innovations could help companies save huge amounts of time and money by predicting and adjusting for their partner machine’s condition on the go.
On the cusp of valleytronics
Emerging valleytronics technology using 2D materials promises smaller devices that chew up less energy and transmit data faster and more securely.