Physicists develop ideal testing conditions of solar cells for space applications

Journal Reference: Ahmad R. Kirmani, Brandon K. Durant, Jonathan Grandidier, Nancy M. Haegel, Michael D. Kelzenberg, Yao M. Lao, Michael D. McGehee, Lyndsey McMillon-Brown, David P. Ostrowski, Timothy J. Peshek, Bibhudutta Rout, Ian R. Sellers, Mark Steger, Don Walker, David M. Wilt, Kaitlyn T. VanSant, Joseph M. Luther. Countdown to perovskite space launch: Guidelines to … Read more

Deep-sea osmolyte finds applications in molecular machines

Journal Reference: Arif Md. Rashedul Kabir, Tasrina Munmun, Tomohiko Hayashi, Satoshi Yasuda, Atsushi P. Kimura, Masahiro Kinoshita, Takeshi Murata, Kazuki Sada, Akira Kakugo. Controlling the Rigidity of Kinesin-Propelled Microtubules in an In Vitro Gliding Assay Using the Deep-Sea Osmolyte Trimethylamine N-Oxide. ACS Omega, 2022; 7 (4): 3796 DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.1c06699 Kinesin and microtubules (MTs) are major … Read more

Sustainable silk material for biomedical, optical, food supply applications

Journal Reference: Giulia Guidetti, Luciana d’Amone, Taehoon Kim, Giusy Matzeu, Laia Mogas-Soldevila, Bradley Napier, Nicholas Ostrovsky-Snider, Jeffery Roshko, Elisabetta Ruggeri, Fiorenzo G. Omenetto. Silk materials at the convergence of science, sustainability, healthcare, and technology. Applied Physics Reviews, 2022; 9 (1): 011302 DOI: 10.1063/5.0060344 Silk makes an important biomaterial, because it does not generate an immune … Read more

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