Tag archive for CoES

No harm, no foul

How to stop barnacles from gaining a foothold on hulls and gear.

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Oyster Medics

Falwell notches the shell and watches the oyster repair the wound.

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The chemistry of math

Making and modeling better membranes could help unclog pharmaceutical pipelines.

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a pipe full of star power

Five years ago, Chad Sosolik came back from Washington with a crazy idea. Look what followed him home.

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a sea change in shell science

Andy Mount and his students are going up against seventy years of research that teaches something entirely different and that’s a tough thing to do.

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the Renaissance of the Car

The people at CU-ICAR don’t see the car going anywhere. In fact, they see quite the opposite: They see the car going everywhere.

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Solar energy’s game changer

Is solar energy a sidetrack or a solid bet for our energy future? For Rajendra Singh, the answer seems obvious.

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Defending implants from diabetes

It is difficult enough to engineer a matrix populated with stem cells, and use it to replace a body part.

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Putting new parts to the test

In a way, a bioreactor is a kind of test kitchen for tissues designed to help people heal.

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Repairing a stroke-damaged brain

So far, stroke is catastrophic. It torches a part of the brain, kills the tissue, and leaves nothing but a gap, an empty hole.

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