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Student Science "Snout goo may help sharks sense prey"


Manufacturing Minute "New Tech Developed From Shark Jelly"


Physics World "Protons swim with ease through shark jelly"


Biosphere Online "‘Shark jelly’ has record proton conductivity"


Gogo Animes "Sharks’ Head Jelly is One of the Most Powerful Electro-Sensors in Nature"


Digital Trends "The jelly inside a shark's nose is more electrically sensitive than any man made material on Earth"


Geeks on Earth "Sharks Sense Prey Using Proton-Conducting Jelly"


Archy Uk "Sharks have conductive material under their skin to detect prey’s movements"


IFL Science "Sharks Sense Prey Using Proton-Conducting Jelly"


Terra Daily "Proton-conducting material found in electrosensory organs of sharks"


Silicon Republic "Sharks have strong bites, but even stronger proton conductors"


Hirado "A cápák különleges érzékszervei egy zselés anyag segítségével a préda testének leggyengébb elektromos jeleit is érzékelik"


Eco Green Data "Sharks have conductive material under their skin to detect prey's movements"


International Business Times "Sharks attack when a weird jelly-like substance in their brains helps them sense electric signals of preys even from miles away"


University of California News "Sharks are incredibly powerful proton conductors, UC Santa Cruz finds"


Science Alert "The most powerful proton conductor in the natural world is this jelly found inside a shark's head"


Le Scienze "Il senso degli squali per i protoni"


Tree Hugger "Sharks' electric field "sixth sense" could inspire better fuel cells"


Techinvestor News "Highly-Conductive Shark Jelly Could Inspire New Tech"


The Marshalltown "Sharks have conductive material under their skin to detect prey’s movements"


Motherboard "Sharks' 'Jelly' Found to Have Highest Proton Conductivity of Any Animal Material"


Daily Mail "Jelly gives sharks their deadly supersense: Conductive material under predators' skin helps them detect their prey's movements"


Futurity "These creatures sense prey with proton-conducting jelly"


Gizmag "Highly-conductive shark jelly could inspire new tech"


Chemistry World "‘Shark jelly’ has record proton conductivity"


Cosmos Magazine "Shark snouts contain conductive jelly"


The Washington Post "Sharks’ electricity-sensing organs are even more powerful than we realized"


Seeker "Shark Jelly Conducts Electricity"


Science Daily "Proton-conducting material found in electrosensory organs of sharks"


UW News "Proton-conducting material found in jelly that fills organs of sharks, skates and rays"


UCSC News "Proton-conducting material found in electrosensory organs of sharks"


Santacruz Sentinel "Study finds sharks can detect electric fields in prey"


Techinvestor News "Highly-Conductive Shark Jelly Could Inspire New Tech"


Popular science "Bizarre proton-conducting jelly helps sharks detect electrical signals of prey"


Eureka Alert "Proton-conducting material found in electrosensory organs of sharks"


Corriere dell' Innovazione "Prof. Rolandi receives the Franco Strazzabosco Award for Young Engineers"

CNET "Painless microneedle patch could test for TB"


Futurity "TB test in a painless patch"


Materials Views "Hottest Papers in Advanced Healthcare Materials-August 2013"


Komo News "Microneedle patch could replace standard tuberculosis test"


The Engineer "Microneedle patch provides painless test for tuberculosis"


medGadget "Microneedle Patch Makes TB Tests Painless for Patients and Clinicians"


Medical Practice Insider "New needle patch applied to TB testing"


Medical Express "Microneedle patch could replace standard tuberculosis skin test"


redOrbit "Microneedle Patch Could Be Surefire Way To Diagnose Tuberculosis"


R&D Magazine "Microneedle patch could replace standard tuberculosis skin test"


UW News "Microneedle patch could replace standard tuberculosis skin test"


UW News "Design eye for the science guy: Drop-in clinic helps scientists communicate data"


The New York Times "Study: Someday Our Bodies Could 'Talk' to Gadgets"


The New Scientist "Positive switch for body electronics" (highlighted on cover)


IEEE Spectrum "Transistor Made to Run on Protons"


MRS Materials 360 "Proton-based Transistor Could Provide Viable Bio-interface"


Popular Science "Proton Transistor Could Help Machines and Organisms Communicate"


Slashdot "New Transistor Could Let Chips Interface With Living Systems"


UW Daily "Bridging the gap between human and machine" (front page)


Materials Today "Proton-based transistor"


Communications of the ACM "Proton-Based Transistor Breakthrough"


Nanowerk "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with living things"


Galileo "Ecco il transistor a protoni"


Le Scienze (Italian Edition of Scientific American) "Transistor protonici come interfaccia uomo-macchina"


Engadget "Squid extract bridges human / machine divide, cyborgs to become very real"


Inovacao Techologica (Brazil) "Transistor de protons liga eletronica a organismos vivos"


Phys Org "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with living things"


Cosmos TV (Australia) "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with humans"


TechEye "Scientists create photon-based bio transistor"


PC Pro "Transistor provides link between computers and humans"


The Times of India "Proton-based chips could let machines talk with living things"

The Times of India "Micro-needle patch to replace TB skin test"


TG Daily "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with humans"


Science A Go Go "Proton-based transistor could control biological processes"


Science Daily "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with living things"


ZDNet "Proton transistors to bridge machines and living things"


Science 2.0 "New transistor can communicate with living Things"


Physorg "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with living things"


Newser "One step closer to the matrix"


Smartplanet "Proton-based computer chip can talk to living things"


LabManager "Talking to machines"


IT ProPortal "Scientists: proton transistors can communicate with human body, control organs"


Slashdot "New transistor could let chips interface with living systems"


Welt der Physik "Transistoren aus Biomaterial konnten intelligente Implantate ermoglichen"


MIT Technology Review (Chinese version)


Science of Art "Das Mensch-Maschine-Interface"


Membrana


ZeitNews "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with living things"


Nanotechnology Now "Proton-Based Transistor Could Let Machines Communicate with Living Things"


Gigaom "Study: Someday our bodies could 'talk' to gadgets"


The Escapist Magazine "Real Deus Ex-Style Augmentation Could Depend on Squid Ink"


IO9 "The proton transistor could finally give us perfect machine-human interfaces"


MedGadget "Newly Developed Protonic Transistor Could Help Interface Biological and Electronic Systems, Cyborgs Now Plausible"


World News-Russian Opinion "Scientists have made a "living" transistor"


Homeland Security News Wire "Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with humans"


Scienceray "Super science at work"


Discovery News "One step closer to the borg"


GizMag "Squids provide active ingredient for transistor that may communicate with living systems"


Europ Press "Las maquinas podrian comunicarse con los seres vivos"


Futura-Sciences "Des transistors a protons pour s'interfacer... avec des cellules vivantes"


Sciencenet (in Chinese)


Decoded Science "Proton-Based Circuitry May Revolutionize Electronics"


Scienze "SCOPERTA/ Nei calamari il segreto dei transistor del futuro"


EE Times India "Biomaterial enables proton-based FET"


Science 2.0 "Squid Pen Draws Current Biotech Progress"


Neurogadget "Proton-Based Transistors for Future Prosthetics and Biofeedback Sensors"