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CRISPR/Cas9 Repairs Genetic Deafness

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22 December 2017 – A genome-editing approach to target a dominantly inherited form of genetic deafness

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Sodium "Scooter" Delivers Telluride

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21 December 2017 – Tuning the properties of monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides

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Structuring Spider Silk

Author: Charlotte Koschnick

20 December 2017 – Fabrication of silk wires, coatings, and sheets by self-assembly on superhydrophobic pillar surfaces

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Photoswitchable Antibiotics

Author: Li Grundl

19 December 2017 – Visible-light-controlled antibacterial activity of diaminopyrimidines with azobenzene photoswitches

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Better Synthesis of Fluoride Radiotracers

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18 December 2017 – Direct C–H fluorination reaction for positron emission tomography (PET) tracers

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Latte Macchiato and Physics

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17 December 2017 – How do the colored layers in the coffee glass form?

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Low-Cost and Pump-Free Water Desalination

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16 December 2017 – Fabric-based method could be useful for remote areas

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Personalized Pesticide Detection

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15 December 2017 – Silicone wristbands as passive samplers

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Tripled High Ni Cathode Active Materials (CAMs) Capacity

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15 December 2017 – BASF TODA Battery Materials LLC creates the world’s largest calcination facility for high nickel Cathode Active Materials in Japan

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Enzyme Breaks Down Plastics

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14 December 2017 – Improved understanding of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) hydrolase

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