Main attraction: Scientists create world’s thinnest magnet

IMAGE: Illustration of magnetic coupling in a cobalt-doped zinc-oxide monolayer. Red, blue, and yellow spheres represent cobalt, oxygen, and zinc atoms, respectively. view more  Credit: Berkeley Lab The advancement of... Read more »

Tiny but mighty precipitates toughen a structural alloy

Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, have actually discovered a method to concurrently increase the strength and ductility of... Read more »

Breathing new life into existing tech: FT-IR spectrometer shows molecular orientation

IMAGE: 3D printable optical setup with built-in pattern chamber for a FT-IR spectrometer. Sample is placed on the Si ATR crystals for measurement. view more  Credit: ©M. Takahashi & Ok.... Read more »

Nanoparticles reveal their location via mirror SELFI

Can a mirror turn an orange into a doughnut? The response is absolutely no in the genuine (macro) world. But at the nanoscale, a mirror can turn an “orange”... Read more »

New study sews doubt about the composition of 70 percent of our universe

Until now, scientists have actually thought that dark energy represented almost 70 percent of the ever-accelerating, broadening universe. For several years, this system has actually been related to the... Read more »

The eukaryotic cell nucleus resembles the layout of a superstore

IMAGE: Shelves standing in the superstore are separated with aisles, so individuals can quickly cross each aisle when doing shopping. The nucleus works like the superstore, where rather of racks,... Read more »

Atomic-scale manufacturing method could enable ultra-efficient computers

IMAGE: Researchers reworded the binary information in the very first line of a 24-bit memory selection (leading image, red arrow) utilizing particles of hydrogen to encode the letter “M ”... Read more »

Understanding catalysts at the atomic level can provide a cleaner environment

IMAGE: Researchersat Chalmers University of Technology have actually utilized sophisticated electron microscopic lens and computer system simulations to study how catalytic procedures are impacted by modifications in the atomic... Read more »

Army-funded research wins 2018 Nobel Prizes in chemistry, physics

ADELPHI, MD. (October 4, 2018) – Professor Frances Arnold won a 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for research at first moneyed by the U.S. Army in brand-new enzyme production... Read more »

UCL partners with Google to grow quantum software industry in the UK

UCL is signing up with forces with Google to launch a ₤ 5.5 m Prosperity Partnership, which intends to harness the advanced power of quantum computer systems for applications... Read more »