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Printing a Better Microgrid

New research from the University of Pittsburgh shows particle-free silver microgrid outperforms other flexible high-performance transparent electrodes...
20
Jul
2021
www.energy.gov

Study Analyzes Mechanisms Behind Bacterial Resistance to Ag Nanoparticles

Antimicrobials find their use in destroying or slowing down the growth of viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms. They could exist in the form of an additive, as an antibiotic used to treat bodily infections, or as a coating on commercial products that are utilized to prevent germs.
14
Jul
2021
www.azonano.com

No driver? No problem—this is the Indy Autonomous Challenge

Pitt Engineering student Nayana Suvarna is part of the Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC), a competition set for October 23 in which driverless cars will race wheel-to-wheel around IMS at potential speeds of more than 180 mph. And she doesn't even have a driver's license.
07
Jul
2021
arstechnica.com