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Chemistry from 3D-printed objects

Author(s)
Matthew R. Hartings, Zeeshan Ahmed
3D printing technology has started to take hold as an enabling tool for scientific advancement. Born from the marriage of computer-aided design and additive

Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications

Author(s)
Michael A. Ogata, Josh Franklin, Jeffrey M. Voas, Vincent Sritapan, Stephen Quirolgico
Mobile applications are an integral part of our everyday personal and professional lives. As both public and private organizations rely more on mobile

Femtosecond Time Synchronization of Optical Clocks Off a Flying Quadcopter

Author(s)
Hugo Bergeron, Laura C. Sinclair, William C. Swann, Isaac H. Khader, Kevin C. Cossel, Michael A. Cermak, Jean-Daniel Deschenes, Nathan R. Newbury
Optical clock networks promise advances in global navigation, time distribution, coherent sensing, relativity experiments, dark matter searches and other areas1

REFRACTIVE-INDEX GAS THERMOMETRY

Author(s)
Patrick Rourke, Christof Gaiser, Roberto M. Gavioso, Michael R. Moldover, Laurent Pitre, Robin Underwood
The principles and techniques of primary refractive-index gas thermometry (RIGT) are reviewed. Absolute primary RIGT using microwave measurements of helium

Layer-by-Layer Thinning of MoS2 via Laser Irradiation

Author(s)
Bien Cuong Tran Khac, Ryan M. White, Frank W. DelRio, Koo-hyun Chung
Layer-by-layer thinning of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) via laser irradiation was examined using Raman spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy. In particular,

Strategies for robust and accurate measurement of nanomaterial bioaccumulation

Author(s)
Elijah J. Petersen, Monika Mortimer, Robert Burgess, Richard Handy, Shannon Hanna, Kay Ho, Monique E. Johnson, Susana Louriero, Selck Henriette, Janeck Scott-Fordsmand, David Spurgeon, Jason Unrine, Nico van den Brink, Ying Wang, Jason White, Patricia Holden
One of the key components for environmental risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) is data on bioaccumulation potential. Accurately measuring
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