Le réseau

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La structure de veille et de réflexion prospective

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Actualités

 

New printing process advances 3D capabilities

LOWELL, Mass. – More durable prosthetics and medical devices for patients and stronger parts for airplanes and automobiles are just some of the products that could be created through a new 3D printing technology invented by a UMass Lowell researcher. lire plus…

3-D printed material purifies biogas at low cost

Biogas released from decomposing organic matter is about 60% methane, making it a valuable renewable source of natural gas. But carbon dioxide, which makes up the other 40%, must be removed before the biogas can be turned into fuel. Many of the existing methods for removing the CO2 and other impurities are too expensive or impractical for small-scale biogas sources, like manure digesters on dairy farms. lire plus…

Development of a 3-D titanium-based structure to improve bone implants

A research team from the University of Malaga, the Andalusian Centre for Nanomedicine and Biotechnology-BIONAND, the Canary Islands Technological Institute, the company Osteobionix, and the CIBER (Networking Centre for Biomedical Research) has developed a coating for titanium prostheses based on 3-D branching polymers which can incorporate substances that facilitate bonding with the bone. lire plus…

Researchers make proton pump of respiratory chain work in artificial polymer membrane

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems in Magdeburg, the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, and the University of Halle are one step closer towards a synthetically constructed cell. They have used an enzyme found in bacteria to assemble one crucial part of the respiratory chain—essential for the energy metabolism in many cells—and made it functional in an artificial polymer membrane. lire plus…

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Adhérez au GFP

Devenez un membre et découvrez les avantages d’un abonnement GFP.

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Sections locales GFP

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