Croucher News

July 2020

Deformation process revealed in high-entropy alloys at ultra-low temperatures 30 July 2020

Scientists revealed high-entropy alloys (HEAs) exhibit exceptional mechanical properties at ultra-low temperatures due to the coexistence of multiple deformation mechanisms.

Getting to the heart of the matter 22 July 2020

What if humans could grow new hearts?

Converting CO2 directly from air to fuel 15 July 2020

Dr Xu Lu's long-term goal is to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by converting it into a usable fuel.

Uncovering the mechanism for neural progenitor competence regulation 10 July 2020

A research team led by Professor Kin-ming Kwan has provided new insights for stem cell biology and regeneration of neuronal cells.

Discovering the dormant lifestyle of Salmonella in intestinal cells 7 July 2020

How the bacteria colonise and rapidly spread to neighbouring cells within our intestine and what genes influence or control this bacterial behaviour.

The fight to stay one step ahead of cancer cells 2 July 2020

Dr Gloria Lin is working to find new answers to a complex disease that affects many people all over the world and still eludes scientists: cancer.

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