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Articles from R & D (June 1, 2018)

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2018 Laboratory of the Year Awards: CJ Blossom Park Named Laboratory of the Year, MSU Denver receives Special Mention. DiDonna, MaryBeth 3190
Creating a Graphene-Based Neural Interface: Researchers are investigating the potential of graphene to function at the electrode-tissue interface as a recoding and stimulating electrode for application in neural prostheses--devices that restore functions lost due to neural damage. Walston, Steven; Garrido, Jose A. 1273
Do You Know Your Research Quotient For R&D Spending? Early adopters will have a competitive advantage as they gain familiarity with this new approach to the management science of investing in R&D. Goldense, Bradford L. 2377
How Deep Learning is Changing Chemistry R&D: For chemists, the ability of deep learning machines to predict reactions or suggest methods to synthesize given molecules is tremendously valuable, yet there is a long way to go until it becomes mainstream. Clark, Matthew 976
Less Traveled Paths Key to Innovation in Lab Design and R&D. Panjwani, Laura 569
Looking Ahead: What's Next for IoT. Banafa, Ahmed 1146
Sorghum-Based Biofuels Key to Sustainable Bioenergy Economy: The next generation of bioenergy crops are designed to produce higher yields under more sustainable agricultural practices, and sorghum will likely be one of the first crops to benefit. Brutnell, Thomas P. 1240
The Future is Now for Immunology Research: Building our understanding of disease pathology and exploring therapeutic combinations will usher in a new wave of treatment advances for patients living with immune-mediated diseases. Olson, Lisa 969
Using Bulk Superconductors Scientists Create Portable, High-Field Magnet Systems: It is now possible for scientists to use high magnetic fields to exploit the magnetism of a material for controlling chemical and physical processes. Ainslie, Mark 953

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