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Quantum of sonics: Bonded, not stirred

McGill researchers discover new way to bond particles using ultrasound to form new materials

Researchers at McGill University have discovered a new way to join materials together using ultrasound.

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Guided Growth of Nanowires Leads to Self-Integrated Circuits

Teaching nanowires self-control from the outset enabled Weizmann Institute scientists to produce complex electronic nanocomponents

For the first time, the scientists have created self-integrating nanowires whose position, length and direction can be f…

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Playing Lego on an atomic scale

Sparked by wonder material graphene, a “gold rush” on new materials made layer by layer with atomic precision is about to begin, according to Nobel Laureate Andre Geim.

In a perspective review written for Nature, Sir Andre and Dr Irina Grigorieva, from The University of Manchester, discus…

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Paper-thin e-skin responds to touch, holds promise for sensory robotics and interactive environments

A research team led by Ali Javey, UC Berkeley associate professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences, has c…

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Graphene ‘onion rings’ have delicious potential

Rice University lab grows ‘bottom-up’ nanoribbons for the first time

Concentric hexagons of graphene grown in a furnace at Rice University represent the first time anyone has synthesized gr…

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An easier way to make a topological insulator for advanced electronics

Physicists at the University of Michigan say they have devised a more elegant way to fine-tune the behavior of topologic…

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Elastic electronics: Stretchable gold conductor grows its own wires

Networks of spherical nanoparticles embedded in elastic materials may make the best stretchy conductors yet, engineering…

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Impossible material made by Uppsala University researchers

A novel material with world record breaking surface area and water adsorption abilities has been synthesized by research…

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When GPS fails, this speck of an electronic device could step in

In a pellet of glass the size of an apple seed, University of Michigan engineering researchers have packed seven devices…

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Silicon oxide memories transcend a hurdle

Embedded diodes boost Rice University invention’s potential as robust, roomy memory

With gigabytes of flash memory becoming steadily cheaper, a 1k nonvolatile memory unit has little practical use. But as …

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Not-weak knots bolster carbon fiber

New material created at Rice University with graphene oxide flakes

The fiber spun at Rice is unique for the strength of its knots. Most fibers are most likely to snap under tension at the…

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Flat-pack structures build themselves

2D shape-memory polymers assemble into 3D when an electric current is applied (Chemistry World)

Scientists in the US have developed flat pack structures that can autonomously assemble into three-dimensional shapes on…

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Molecular chains hypersensitive to magnetic fields

Nanoscientists publish in top scientific journal Science

Researchers of MESA+, the research institute for nanotechnology of the University of Twente, in cooperation with researc…

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Graphene provides efficient electronics cooling

An international group of researchers, headed by Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, are the first in the world…

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New Scheme for Quantum Computing

Tom Wong, a graduate student in physics and David Meyer, professor of mathematics at the University of California, San D…

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New system uses low-power Wi-Fi signal to track moving humans — even behind walls

‘Wi-Vi’ is based on a concept similar to radar and sonar imaging.

The system, called Wi-Vi, is based on a concept similar to radar and sonar imaging. But in contrast to radar and sonar,…

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Carbon ‘candy floss’ could help prevent energy blackouts

Ultra-light, high performance electrical wiring, made from carbon instead of copper, has been developed in a usable form for the first time.

Super-strong wires made from carbon nanotubes, which could significantly improve the efficiency with which electricity i…

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Two-Dimensional Atomically-Flat Transistors Show Promise for Next Generation Green Electronics

UC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate first n-type field effect transistors on monolayer tungsten diselenide with record performance

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara, in collaboration with University of Notre Dame, have recently demonstrated the highest …

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3-D printing could lead to tiny medical implants, electronics, robots, more

3-D printing now can be used to print lithium-ion microbatteries the size of a grain of sand. The printed microbatteries…

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Surprising turns in magnetic thin films could lead to better data storage

MIT researchers discover efficient control of magnetism in chiral ferromagnets.

A magnetic phenomenon newly discovered by MIT researchers could lead to much faster, denser and more energy-efficient ch…

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