Posts Tagged ‘Rice University’

Silicon oxide tested for next-gen ‘flash’ memory

RICE (US) — Chemists have built a 1-kilobit rewritable silicon oxide chip that shows potential for next-generation 3D memories for computers and consumer devices.With gigabytes of flash memory becoming steadily cheaper, a 1k nonvolatile memory unit h…

Wiggling worms make waves in gene pool

The idea that worms can be seen as waveforms allowed scientists at Rice University to find new links in gene networks that control movement.
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Rice U. releases findings from national Portraits of American Life Study

Americans are more respectful now than ever before when it comes to the religious traditions of their peers, according to findings from the longitudinal Rice University Portraits of American Life Study (PALS). Other findings: Americans are more divided…

Graphene ribbons improve lithium ion batteries

RICE (US) — Anodes for lithium ion batteries built with ribbons of graphene perform better, tests show.After 50 charge-discharge cycles, the proof-of-concept units retained a capacity that was still more than double that of the graphite currently use…

Veggies ‘on the clock’ may be healthier

RICE (US) — Using cycles of light and dark to maintain vegetables’ “internal clocks” after harvest could have health benefits, say researchers. “Vegetables and fruits don’t die the moment they are harvested,” says…

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