Douglas Clark is a copywriter and speechwriter with a healthy appetite for all things digital. He has more than 15 years' agency and independent experience in corporate and marketing communication, and his clients come from diverse industries, specializing in anything from financial products and toothpaste to software for the visualization of computational fluid dynamics data. Among his clients are Accenture, American Express, Coca-Cola, Colgate-Palmolive, Hewlett-Packard, and Panasonic.
Microscopic versions of silkworm cocoons that could be used to protect sensitive molecular materials.
Researchers have identified an inherited genetic variation that they believe helps identify those at the highest risk for potentially fatal influenza infections.
Is selling excess electricity back to the grid a backwards solution when sharing energy with neighbors is a possibility?
A newly developed solar cell prototype is capable of capturing nearly all energy from the solar spectrum and could potentially be the world’s most solar cell, operating at 44.5% efficiency.
A new technology collects the oil in a cellulose matrix and then turns the oil into a rigid gel that can easily be removed from water.
A new technique labels gene segments to help understand how the virus enters a cell and establishes co-infections.
The molecular cages show potential for use in energy conversion, drug delivery, and as sensors.
Instead of targeting individual microbes, researchers went after the biofilm that protects them and found great success.
Until now, biodiesel could not be used undiluted in a conventional diesel engine since its boiling point is higher than that of petroleum diesel.
The US entered WWI 100 years ago. We look back to see how chemical engineers and others helped rebuild a center of European engineering education.
Researchers at Swansea University have developed a new class of nanomaterials with tunable wettability that have wide ranging applications from antifouling to waterproofing.
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A new biosensor is capable of rapid detection of the H1N1 flu virus, a strain which poses a strong treat for pandemic outbreak.