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That’s “Sew” Smart! Scientists Invent Threads to Detect Gases When Woven Into Clothing

Scientists have developed a novel fabrication method to create dyed threads that change color when they detect a variety of gases. Woven into clothing, smart, gas-detecting threads could provide a reusable, washable, and affordable safety asset in me...

– Tufts University

Nature Scientific Reports, Apr-2019; DGE-1144591

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Sea turtles struggle years after unexplained die-off

New research is detailing how environmental stressors, including heavy metals, brought on by human activity are harming coastal green sea turtle populations – work that researchers hope will inform conservation efforts going forward.

– Ohio State University

Science of the Total Environment


Transparent Wood Can Store and Release Heat (Video)

Wood may seem more at home in log cabins than modern architecture, but a specially treated type of timber could be tomorrow’s trendy building material. Today, scientists report a new kind of transparent wood that not only transmits light, but also ...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

Biomacromolecules; American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 03-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

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Nanomaterials Give Plants ‘Super’ Abilities (Video)

Science-fiction writers have long envisioned human–machine hybrids that wield extraordinary powers. However, “super plants” with integrated nanomaterials may be much closer to reality than cyborgs.

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 03-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

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Making Lead Pipes Safe (Video)

Lead leaching from pipes into the water supply is a serious public health concern. If water sources or treatments are changed, the new chemistry can cause previously safe water distribution systems to begin releasing lead, as the crisis in Flint, Mic...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 03-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

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Sunscreen application has better face coverage than SPF moisturizers

Application of sun protection factor (SPF) moisturizers tends to miss more of the face, especially around the eyelid regions, compared with sunscreen application, according to a study published April 3 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Kevin Ham...



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Fungal mating: Next weapon against corn aflatoxin?

Native fungi combinations show promise against aflatoxin

– American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)

Agronomy Journal

VLA Makes First Direct Image of Key Feature of Powerful Radio Galaxies

A dusty, doughnut-shaped feature, long thought an essential part of the "engines" of active galaxies, is found in one of the most powerful galaxies in the Universe.

– National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Astrophysical Journal Letters

An expedition to study coral reefs, shipwrecks uncovers wreckage

A winter break expedition to the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences results in important find for students on UD team

– University of Delaware

New Report Shows the Typical Park and Rec Agency Has One Park for Every 2,181 Residents

A new report issued by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) provides an in-depth look at the state of the industry for parks and recreation and important benchmarking data for park and recreation agencies nationwide.

– National Recreation and Park Association

2019 NRPA Agency Performance Review

Coral study traces excess nitrogen to Maui wastewater treatment facility

A new method for reconstructing changes in nitrogen sources over time has enabled scientists to connect excess nutrients in the coastal waters of West Maui, Hawaii, to a sewage treatment facility that injects treated wastewater into the ground.

– University of California, Santa Cruz

Scientific Reports

New Metascape platform enables biologists to unlock big-data insights

Scientists from Sanford Burnham Prebys and the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation have revealed an open-access, web-based portal that integrates more than 40 advanced bioinformatics data sources to allow non-technical users to gen...

– Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

Nature Communications; U19AI106754; U19AI135972 ; R01DA033773

UCI scientists are first to observe and image all-important molecular vibrations

Irvine, Calif., April 3, 2019 – By focusing light down to the size of an atom, scientists at the University of California, Irvine have produced the first images of a molecule’s normal modes of vibration – the internal motions that drive the che...

– University of California, Irvine

Nature, April 3, 2019

Subaru Telescope helps find dark matter is not made up of tiny black holes

An international team of researchers has put a theory speculated by the late Stephen Hawking to its most rigorous test to date, and their results have ruled out the possibility that primordial black holes smaller than a tenth of a millimeter make up ...

– Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe

Nature Astronomy

Food for thought: Why did we ever start farming?

The reason that humans shifted away from hunting and gathering, and to agriculture -- a much more labor-intensive process -- has always been a riddle. It is only more confusing because the shift happened independently in about a dozen areas across th...

– University of Connecticut

American Antiquity

Global climate trend since Dec. 1 1978: +0.13 C per decade

Global Temperature Report: March 2019

– University of Alabama Huntsville

Scientists Pioneer New Low-Temperature Chemical Conversion Process

In a recent study from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, chemists have identified a way to convert cyclohexane to cyclohexene or cyclohexadiene, important chemicals in a wide range of industrial processes.

– Argonne National Laboratory

Nature Communications, Feb 27, 2019

Through machine learning, new model holds water

A new study from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory has achieved a pivotal breakthrough in the effort to mathematically represent how water behaves.

– Argonne National Laboratory

Nature Communications, January 22, 2019

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Ghostly X-ray images could provide key info for analyzing X-ray laser experiments

Computer simulations by scientists from the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory suggest that a new method could turn random fluctuations in the intensity of laser pulses from a nuisance into an advantage, facilitating studie...

– SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Daniel Ratner et al., Physical Review X, 11 March 2019 (10.1103/PhysRevX.9.011045)

2018 Papers of the Year; Macrophages in Lung Injury and Fibrosis; Ozone Exposure and Implantation; and More Featured in April 2019 Toxicological Sciences

Papers on transgenerational effects of metals; optimizing toxicity models; and thyroid deionidase screening are featured in latest issue of Toxicological Sciences.

– Society of Toxicology

Toxicological Sciences, Volume 168 Issue 2, April 2019

Scientists create world’s first gene-edited lizards

A group of University of Georgia researchers led by geneticist Douglas Menke has become the first in the world to successfully produce a genetically modified reptile—specifically, four albino lizards—using the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool.

– University of Georgia

Government of Belize Expands Marine Protected Areas in Biodiverse Offshore Waters

The government of Belize has approved “The Expansion of Fisheries Replenishment (No-Take) Zones,” which will increase the total area of Belize’s protected waters from 4.5 percent to 11.6 percent, according to WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society)...

– Wildlife Conservation Society

Berkeley Lab Team Uses Deep Learning to Help Veterans Administration Address Suicide Risks

Researchers in Berkeley Lab's Computational Research Division are applying deep learning and analytics to electronic health record (EHR) data to help the Veterans Administration address a host of medical and psychological challenges affecting many of...

– Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


Hands Spread Flame Retardants, Plasticizers Throughout Homes

Hundreds of everyday items contain organophosphate ester (OPE) flame retardants and plasticizers. Some of these compounds make their way into the air, onto surfaces and even inside our bodies, with uncertain health effects.

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

Minimizing Fuel Explosions and Fires From Accidents and Terrorist Acts with Polymers

When an act of terrorism or a vehicle or industrial accident ignites fuel, the resulting fire or explosion can be devastating. Today, scientists will describe how lengthy but microscopic chains of polymers could be added to fuel to significantly redu...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

New Alternatives May Ease Demand for Scarce Rare-Earth Permanent Magnets

From computer hard discs and smart phones to earbuds and electric motors, magnets are at the forefront of today’s technology. Magnets containing rare-earth elements are among the most powerful available, allowing many everyday objects to be ever sm...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

Bacterial Factories Could Manufacture High-Performance Proteins for Space Missions

Nature has evolved protein-based substances with mechanical properties that rival even the best synthetic materials. Pound for pound, spider silk is stronger and tougher than steel. But unlike steel, the natural fiber cannot be mass-produced.

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

‘Molecular Surgery’ Reshapes Living Tissue with Electricity but No Incisions

Traditional surgery to reshape a nose or ear entails cutting, sometimes followed by long recovery times and scars. Now, researchers have developed a “molecular surgery” process using tiny needles, electric current and 3D molds to reshape living t...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

Muscle-Like Material Expands and Contracts in Response to Light (Video)

Just as controlled-release medications slowly dole out their cargo after they experience a pH change in the body, implanted “artificial muscles” could someday flex and relax in response to light illuminating the skin. In pilot studies, scientists...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 05:00 ET

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Fatal chirps: Nocturnal flight calls increase building collisions among migrating birds

Birds that produce faint chirps called flight calls during nighttime migration collide with illuminated buildings much more often than closely related species that don't produce such calls, according to a new analysis of a 40-year record of thousands...

– University of Michigan

Proceedings of the Royal Society B

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Insects in Freezing Regions Have a Protein that Acts Like Antifreeze

The power to align water molecules is usually held by ice, which affects nearby water and encourages it to join the ice layer. But in the case of organisms in freezing habitats, a powerful antifreeze protein can convince water molecules to behave in ...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

The Journal of Chemical Physics

Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2019 at 11:00 ET

Researchers Tap Rare Pristine Air to Reveal Pollution’s Impact

Human-caused pollution spurs the production of climate-changing particles known as secondary organic aerosols much more than previously thought. Researchers made the finding by analyzing air samples that were captured aboard a research aircraft as it...

– Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Nature Communications

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Sea snakes make record-setting deep dives

Sea snakes, best known from shallow tropical waters, have been recorded swimming at 250 metres in the deep-sea ‘twilight zone’, smashing the previous diving record of 133 metres held by sea snakes.

– University of Adelaide

Austral Ecology

includes video

Scientists capture live, atomic-level detail of nanoparticle formation

Scientists at the Sensitive Instrument Facility of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory achieved real-time atom rearrangement monitoring using aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy during the synthesis of interme...

– Ames Laboratory


includes video

LeafByte app measures damage from chomping insects

A free, open-source mobile app now lets everyone from plant researchers to gardeners and farmers know exactly how much damage insect pests cause when they chomp on leaves.

– Cornell University

Love Island: Flamboyant males get the girls on Madagascar

Biodiversity hotspot Madagascar is one of the world's biggest islands, and home to some of its biggest insects. Now German scientists have discovered two new species of giant stick insect, living only in the dry forests of Madagascar's northernmost t...

– Frontiers

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Rise of religion pre-dates Incas at Lake Titicaca

An ancient group of people made ritual offerings to supernatural deities near the Island of the Sun in Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, about 500 years earlier than the Incas, according to an international team of researchers. The team's findings suggest that...

– Penn State University

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)

Should I stay or should I go?

Why would boys and girls choose different reproductive strategies? For golden lion tamarins in the Brazilian rain forest, the answer may offer clues to help save this neotropical primate.

– Kyoto University

American Journal of Primatology

How to Make Self-Driving Cars Safer on Roads

At USC, researchers have published a new study that tackles a long-standing problem for autonomous vehicle developers: testing the system’s perception algorithms, which allow the car to “understand” what it “sees.”

– University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering

Design, Automation and Test in Europe conference; NSF grants 1350420, 1361

U.S. Department of Energy funds Argonne sensing project at O’Hare

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory received nearly $3.2 million for their proposal on the use of distributed sensing and high-performance computing to reduce traffic congestion while minimizing energy c...

– Argonne National Laboratory

Researchers use artificial intelligence to design flood evacuation plans

Artificial intelligence may soon help transportation agencies and first responders determine the best evacuation routes during floods such as those affecting portions of Missouri and the Midwest, thanks to the work of researchers at Missouri Universi...

– Missouri University of Science and Technology

Argonne takes a lead role in solving dark energy mystery

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), a partnership between the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation, is among a new generation of ground-based telescopes supported by advanced supercomputing and data analysis tools, so...

– Argonne National Laboratory

Research center, Innocence Project, statistics magazine mark anniversary of ‘Strengthening Forensic Science’ report with special issue

The Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence based at Iowa State University and the Innocence Project, a nonprofit legal organization, are working with Significance Magazine to report on the latest in forensics science.

– Iowa State University

Significance Magazine, forensics special issue

Meet the User Facility Director: David Hill, DIII-D

Inspired by the Space Needle as a child, David Hill used his education in physics to pursue fusion research. Now, he’s the director of DIII-D at General Atomics, the largest magnetic fusion experiment in the U.S.

– Department of Energy, Office of Science


We’ve Been Thinking of How Ice Forms in Cirrus Clouds All Wrong

A new paper in PNAS finds that the previously thought mechanism for ice formation in humid but unsaturated conditions (like those in which cirrus clouds form) doesn’t work. Instead, another mechanism better explains ice (and thus cloud) formation ...

– University of Utah


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The evolution of bird-of-paradise sex chromosomes revealed

Birds-of-paradise are a group of songbird species, and are known for their magnificent male plumage and bewildering sexual display. Now, an international collaborative work involving Dept. of Molecular Evolution and Development of University of Vienn...

– University of Vienna

Nature Ecology & Evolution

Embargo expired on 01-Apr-2019 at 11:00 ET

Human-robot symbiosis improves interaction

Semi-automated vehicles on our motorways, a mobile robot arm that can effectively intervene in a disaster area, drones: these are all examples of robots that exist our unpredictable environment. These robots cannot manage without human intervention, ...

– Delft University of Technology

How to Ice-Proof the Next Generation of Aircraft

To prevent ice formation and subsequent drag on aircraft during flight, current systems utilize the heat generated by burning fuel, but these high-temperature, fuel-dependent systems cannot be used on the proposed all-electric, temperature-sensitive ...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Physics of Fluids

Gender Parity: Not a Foregone Conclusion in All Fields

Women constitute approximately 47 percent of the workforce yet are still underrepresented at the highest levels of business, government, medical and academic hierarchies. A team of researchers has developed a new model, described in the journal Chaos...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)


‘Featherweight oxygen’ discovery opens window on nuclear symmetry

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have discovered and characterized a new form of oxygen dubbed “featherweight oxygen” — the lightest-ever version of the familiar chemical element oxygen, with only three neutrons to its eight pr...

– Washington University in St. Louis

Physical Review Letters

Merged satellite, ground data may forecast volcanic eruptions

Cornell University postdoctoral researcher Kevin Reath has merged 17 years of satellite data on volcanoes with ground-based detail to form a model for state-of-the-art volcanic eruption prediction.

– Cornell University

Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, Dec. 2018

Study Names Top Cities Emitting Light that Endangers Migratory Birds

Scientists at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology have published new research highlighting artificial light at night as a contributing factor. They've ranked metropolitan areas where, due to a combination of light pollution and geography, birds are at the...

– Cornell University

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Aerobic Exercise to Treat Concussion, High Blood Pressure and More from the Journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise®

If you're looking for new health and fitness story ideas, here are some highlights from recently released research in ACSM’s flagship journal, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise®. ACSM is the largest sports medicine and exercise science organ...

– American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

ACSM's 66th Annual Meeting

Research connects big data marketing tools, land conservation

The same data used by digital marketers to sell products can also help inspire conservation behaviors, according to new research from the University of Montana.

– University of Montana

Conservation Biology

Be the change you want to see in the world

Individuals have as big a role to play in tackling climate change as major corporations but only if they can be encouraged to make significant lifestyle changes by effective government policy

– University of Sussex

Energy Research and Social Science

Counties with more trees and shrubs spend less on Medicare, study finds

A new study finds that Medicare costs tend to be lower in counties with more forests and shrublands than in counties dominated by other types of land cover. The relationship persists even when accounting for economic, geographic or other factors that...

– University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Urban Forestry and Urban Greening

A bald gene find­ing

Hairlessness in dogs can be the result of deliberate breeding or, in certain breeds, a defect. A recent study completed at the University of Helsinki describes a gene variant in the SGK3 gene, which causes hairlessness in Scottish Deerhounds. The gen...

– University of Helsinki

Human Genetics

Supercomputers Aid Our Understanding of Complex Brain Waves

Leveraging the power of the Comet supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at UC San Diego, campus researchers have demonstrated they can efficiently analyze more than 1,000 EEG 128-channel high-density data sets via the new Open EE...

– University of California San Diego

International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering; 5R01EB023297

Story Tips from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, April 2019

ORNL used artificial intelligence to analyze data about bullying to reveal potential of broader impacts; flexible sensor wraps around power cables to monitor electrical loads from household appliances; ORNL is evaluating paths for licensing remotely ...

– Oak Ridge National Laboratory

ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 2019; Joint Proceedings of the ACM IUI 2019 Workshops, Mar-2019

New grant will allow ISU scientists to study how prairie strips on farms affect soil health over time

A new grant will help Iowa State University researchers find answers to how quickly environmental benefits emerge after the installation of prairie strips among row crops and how long those benefits last after the strips are removed. The project also...

– Iowa State University

SciWire Announcements

American Chemical Society Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition Press Conference Schedule

Attend press conferences live – online at or in person -- at the Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS). Press conferences will be held Monday, April 1, through Wednesday, ...

– American Chemical Society (ACS)

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NSF press conference on first result from Event Horizon Telescope project

The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project and the National Science Foundation (NSF) will hold a press conference on April 10 to announce a groundbreaking result.

– National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Southern Research taps April Brys to lead Drug Development division

Southern Research announced today that April M. Brys, Ph.D., an experienced life sciences executive with a strong track record in research and leadership roles, has been named vice president of the non-profit organization’s Drug Development divisio...

– Southern Research

AUI Selects Mr. Kevin Doran – Director Education, Policy & Social Science

Associated Universities Inc. (AUI) is pleased to announce the selection of Mr. Kevin L. Doran, J.D., as the Director of Education, Policy, and Social Science Programs, effective 21 March 2019.

– Associated Universities, Inc.

UW-Milwaukee astrophysicist elected spokesperson of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration

Astrophysicist Patrick Brady has been elected spokesperson for the LIGO Scientific Collaboration as new run begins with Virgo.

– University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Two Harvard Medical School Scientists Receive Prestigious Canada Gairdner Awards

-Honors recognize researchers’ transformational work in global mental health and protein science

– Harvard Medical School

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Genetics Society of America Awards 2019 George W. Beadle Award to Michael Snyder

Michael Snyder, PhD, of Stanford University is the recipient of the 2019 Genetics Society of America (GSA) George W. Beadle Award for developing and disseminating widely-used technology for the simultaneous analysis of thousands of genes, RNA molecul...

– Genetics Society of America

Enhancing Power Supply Resilience to First Responders

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering assistant professor Masood Parvania and his team at his Utah Smart Energy Laboratory (U-Smart) have received a three-year, $4.4 million research award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Ene...

– University of Utah

DHS S&T Seeks Partners for First Responder Technology R&D

DHS S&T invites industry, academia, laboratories, and the innovation community to submit white papers related to 12 first responder technology funding opportunities. The new Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) solicitation (BAA 18-02 Call 0001) will rema...

– Homeland Security's Science And Technology Directorate

New 3D Crime Scene Mapping Tool Turns Incident Scenes into Virtual 3D Models

DHS S&T has teamed up with the Israeli Police to invest in a new tool. The tool, called 3D-Hawk, can turn a crash or crime scene into an interactive 3D model within minutes, based on high-definition (HD) video footage.

– Homeland Security's Science And Technology Directorate

ARVO Foundation Announces New Mallinckrodt Uveitis Research Fellowship

The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) today announced the launch of a new fellowship for early-career researchers. The Mallinckrodt Uveitis Research Fellowship, generously funded by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, will support...

– Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)

DOE announces latest call for HPC4EnergyInnovation proposals

The Department of Energy (DOE) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) today announced the spring 2019 call for proposals for the High Performance Computing for Energy Innovation (HPC4EI) Program, including three of its pillar programs.

– Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Embargo expired on 01-Apr-2019 at 14:00 ET

Physicist named 2019 Cottrell Scholar

A West Virginia University physicist is using her experiences as a Cottrell Scholar to further her research efforts and create a new curriculum. Weichao Tu, an assistant professor of physics in the WVU Department of Physics and Astronomy, has been na...

– West Virginia University - Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

Tambar receives Hackerman Award for chemical research work

Organic chemist Dr. Uttam Tambar will receive the 2019 Norman Hackerman Award in Chemical Research.

– UT Southwestern Medical Center

Member of the Societies Consortium on Sexual Harassment in STEMM

Materials Research Society Joins Leading Academic and Professional Societies as an Inaugural Member of the Societies Consortium on Sexual Harassment in STEMM

– Materials Research Society (MRS)

OU mechanical engineering professor receives 2018 NSF CAREER award

University of Oklahoma professor Jivtesh Garg recently won the prestigious National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program Award for his research on the design of advanced composite materials for thermal management and energy...

– University of Oklahoma, Gallogly College of Engineering





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