A crystal of 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid - The Latest Science

A crystal of 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid
made from fructose under polarized light microscope.

Image contributed by: Ali Hussain Mottagamwala,
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.


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Papers of the month: March 2018

Correction of diverse muscular dystrophy mutations in human engineered heart muscle by single-site genome editing. Long et al. (2018). Science Advances 4: eaap9004.

Optical microresonators can be used for light detection and ranging as well as tracking fast-moving objects. Trocha et al. (2018). Science 359: 887-891.

Soliton microcomb range measurement. Suh and Vahala (2018). Science 359: 884-887.

Anti-fouling graphene-based membranes for effective water desalination. Seo et al. (201). Nature Communications 9: 683.

Hair follicle development in mouse pluripotent stem cell-derived skin organoids. Lee et al. (2018). Cell Reports 22: 242-254



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