Moisture mill (a rotary engine) - The Latest Science

Moisture mill (a rotary engine) uses bacterial spores
to generate rotation from differences in humidity.

Image contributed by: Ozgur Sahin, Department of Biological Sciences,
Columbia University, New York, USA.


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Adaptive synergy between catechol and lysine promotes wet adhesion by surface salt displacement. Maier GP. et al. (2015). Science 349:628-632.

Bright visible light emission from graphene. Kim YD et al. (2015). Nat Nanotechnol. 10:676-681.

Expression of trehalose-6-phosphate phosphatase in maize ears improves yield in well-watered and drought conditions. Nuccio ML. et al. (2015). Nature Biotechnology 33: 862–869.

Generation of stomach tissue from mouse embryonic stem cells. Noguchi TA et al. (2015). Nat Cell Biol. 17:984-993.

A chameleon-inspired stretchable electronic skin with interactive colour changing controlled by tactile sensing. Chou HH et al. (2015). Nat Commun 6:8011.



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