By Liz SeubertPrint
May 18, 2009
Recent highlights of research at the National Synchrotron Light Source include discoveries of an "on switch" for a cell death signaling mechanism published by scientists at Burnham Institute for Medical Research, and a new protein function found by a Dartmouth College team with colleagues from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City. Information on these projects and more, can be found here.
Research highlights at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials include a BNL-developed DNA-based assembly line for precision nano-cluster construction and the discovery of a potential on-off switch for nanoelectronics by researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Columbia University and BNL.
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