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Researchers from Lehigh and Ohio State will leverage the existing Presidential Nano/Human Interfaces (NHI) Initiative for an innovative collaboration on the development of two novel metallic alloys.
Catalysts are responsible for making chemical reactions take place rapidly and more efficiently. They find their uses in the production of the majority of the chemicals that are used by people daily, like fertilizers, gasoline and even margarine.
An emerging hydrogel material could help researchers develop new and more effective methods for delivering drugs taken orally