Quantum State of Single Electrons Controlled by ‘Surfing’ on Sound Waves

3D render of the semiconductor nanostructure Credit: Hermann Edlbauer Our company believe that utilizing spin might result in a quantum computer system which is even more robust, considering that... Read more »

An Industrial Collaboration for Thermally Controlled 3D-Printed Metal/Polymer Components

3D printed aluminum- and stainless steel-based columns. Imagen: Ester Palmero. Among the primary technological difficulties when attempting to integrate metal particles with polymers for the fabrication of practical composites... Read more »

Ingestible Capsule Can Be Controlled Wirelessly

MIT scientists have actually created an ingestible sensing unit that can lodge in the stomach for a couple of weeks and interact wirelessly with an external gadget. Image thanks... Read more »

Crystal Size of Organic Semiconductors Can Be Controlled Using Inorganic Polymer Micropillar-Based Solution Shearing System

( from left: MS cadidate Jeong-ChanLee, Professor Steve Park and PhD prospect Jin-OhKim). A KAIST research study group led by Professor Steve Park from the Department of Materials Science... Read more »

Anomalous and Topological Hall Effects Can Be Controlled by an Electric Field

Figure 1: Schematic illustration of among the structures utilized in the research study. The electrical field (white arrow) regulates spin − orbit coupling, which impacts the anomalous and topological... Read more »