2012

TitleOutletDate 
Ancient Pigment Forms Nanoscale SheetsChemical & Engineering NewsDecember 17Link
Cultivating seeds adapted to the Monterey Bay AreaKUSP radioNovember 29Link
The promise and pitfalls of carbon captureArs TechnicaNovember 28Link
Otter's effect on kelp offers clues to predator's link to CO2
KUSP radioNovember 16Link
Tracing the Origins of the Durian's StenchKQED QuestNovember 7Link
Building biomedical testsSanta Clara magazineFall 2012 issueLink
Silicon circuits that dissolve when wet made for smart medical implantsArs TechnicaSeptember 25Link
Smelly rocks: Researchers reveal the source of "stinkspar" stenchKQED QuestJuly 18Link
How do Fireworks Work?KQED QuestJuly 4Link
3D printed sugar network to feed engineered organsChemistry WorldJuly 1Link
Elephantnose fish evolved complex eyes to see in muddy waterArs TechnicaJune 28Link
Scientists Join Forces with ArtistsKUSP radioJune 22Link
Touch and Go: Fondling the Digital WorldNew ScientistJune 11Link (registration required)
Land trusts partner with farmers to conserve agricultural landKUSP radioMay 31Link
Nitric Oxide Regulate Group Behavior of BacteriaChemical & Engineering NewsMay 20Link
Sheets of virus generate electricity when squishedArs TechnicaMay 15Link
Microbe Transports Contaminant Through Its FibersChemical & Engineering NewsMay 14Link
New electrode material could lead to powerful rechargeable sodium batteriesArs TechnicaMay 4Link
Block Copolymer Helps Lithography Get SmallerChemical & Engineering NewsApril 11Link
Coffee Flavor By the NumbersKQED QuestApril 4Link
Antibiotic Agent Preserves Arson EvidenceChemical & Engineering NewsMarch 27Link
Brewing the Perfect Cup of CoffeeKQED QuestMarch 21Link
Nucleoside Pulls Double Duty in Anticancer TreatmentChemical & Engineering NewsMarch 14Link
Plant Proteins Power Solar PanelKQED QuestFebruary 22Link
Single atom transistor gets precise position on chipNew ScientistFebruary 19Link
On the Origin of SugarsChemical & Engineering NewsJanuary 30Link