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Sneak a peek through the mist to technology of the future

A tabletop display with personal screens made from a curtain of mist that allow users to move images around and push thr…

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Colored diamonds are a superconductor's best friend

Flawed but colorful diamonds are among the most sensitive detectors of magnetic fields known today, allowing physicists …

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Sheet metal that never rattles

First step towards “programmable materials“

Researchers from Empa and ETH Zurich have succeeded in producing a prototype of a vibration-damping material that could …

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Scientists Discover Potential Way to Make Graphene Superconducting

SLAC, Stanford Study Identifies Long-sought Path Toward Engineering Materials for Super-efficient Nanoelectronics

Researchers used a beam of intense ultraviolet light to look deep into the electronic structure of a material made of al…

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Stanford engineers make flexible carbon nanotube circuits more reliable and efficient

Researchers invent a process to "dope" carbon filaments with an additive to improve their electronic performance, paving the way for digital devices that bend.

A team at Stanford has developed a process to create flexible chips that can tolerate power fluctuations in much the sam…

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Relativity shakes a magnet

Researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz demonstrate a new principle for magnetic recording / Publication in Nature Nanotechnology

Researchers have predicted and discovered a new physical phenomenon that allows to manipulate the state of a magnet by e…

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How to make the wonder material graphene superconducting

Whenever a new material is discovered, scientists are eager to find out whether or not it can be superconducting. This a…

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New ‘Pomegranate-inspired’ Design Solves Problems for Lithium-Ion Batteries

An electrode designed like a pomegranate – with silicon nanoparticles clustered like seeds in a tough carbon rind – over…

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Solotronics: New quantum dots herald a new era of electronics operating on a single-atom level

New types of solotronic structures, including the world’s first quantum dots containing single cobalt ions, have been cr…

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'Superlens' Extends Range of Wireless Power Transfer

Duke University researchers have demonstrated the feasibility of wireless power transfer using low-frequency magnetic fi…

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Scientists Invent Self-healing Battery Electrode

Two Stanford, SLAC labs, one that studies next-generation lithium-ion batteries and another that's working on synthetic …

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Titanium Powder used to 3D print automotive parts

A double world-first breakthrough in metal manufacturing

To date, the 3D printing revolution has focused on the use of plastics – cheap printers' feedstock and high throughput. …

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New Spectroscopic Technique Could Accelerate the Push for Better Batteries

Method developed at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source measures electronic changes in a working battery electrode

A new technique developed at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source could help scientists better understand and improve th…

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JILA Team Develops 'Spinning Trap' to Measure Electron Roundness

JILA researchers have developed a method of spinning electric and magnetic fields around trapped molecular ions to measu…

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Nanotubes can solder themselves, markedly improving device performance

Carbon nanotubes are like tiny hollow wires of carbon just 1 atom thick – similar to graphene but cylindrical. Researche…

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Will 2-D Tin be the Next Super Material?

Theorists Predict New Single-Layer Material Could Go Beyond Graphene, Conducting Electricity with 100 Percent Efficiency at Room Temperature

A single layer of tin atoms could be the world’s first material to conduct electricity with 100 percent efficiency at th…

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Researchers Advance Scheme to Design Seamless Integrated Circuits Etched on Graphene

UC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate seamless designing of an atomically-thin circuit with transistors and interconnects etched on a monolayer of graphene

Researchers in electrical and computer engineering at UC Santa Barbara have introduced and modeled an integrated circuit…

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Wireless Device Converts “Lost” Energy into Electric Power

Using inexpensive materials configured and tuned to capture microwave signals, researchers at Duke University’s Pratt Sc…

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New device stores electricity on silicon chips

It is the first supercapacitor that is made out of silicon so it can be built into a silicon chip along with the microel…

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Fujitsu Develops Interference-Simulation Technology for Millimeter-Wave Radar

Use of simulations in the development and testing of interference-avoidance algorithms enables highly reliable automotive radar

The 76-GHz millimeter-wave band has come into widespread use for things like motor vehicle radar, although the 79-GHz ba…

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