Top 10 Science and Technology Inventions for the Week of January 10, 2020

01. Cutting through fog with laser focus
02. Nano antennas for data transfer
03. Nanomaterial fabric destroys nerve agents in battlefield-relevant conditions
04. Researchers build a particle accelerator that fits on a chip
05. Researchers develop universal flu vaccine that protects against 6 influenza viruses in mice
06. Scientists find new way to sustainably make chemicals by copying nature’s tricks
07. An 18-carat gold nugget made of plastic
08. Wearable air conditioning without needing electricity
09. Ending the Cycle of Crisis and Complacency in U.S. Global Health Security
10. Outbreak science: Infectious disease research leads to outbreak predictions

And others…

Animal life thriving around Fukushima
New method gives robust transistors
Next generation wound gel treats and prevents infections
Supercharging tomorrow: Monash develops world’s most efficient lithium-sulfur battery
U.S. R&D Increased by $32 Billion in 2017, to $548 billion; Estimate for 2018 Indicates a Further Rise to $580 billion

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