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 »

One step towards a daily-use deep UV light source for sterilization and disinfection

IMAGE: Schematic of GaN monolithic microcavity Second-Harmonic Generation (SHG) gadget on a Si pedestal structure. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Researchers from the Graduate School of Engineering... Read more »

Above the noise | Livescience.Tech! Science News

IMAGE: Deep knowing assists scientists to discover concealed functions in resistive pulse signals in nanopore picking up of nanoscale items. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Scientists from... 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 »

Don’t underestimate the force | Livescience.Tech! Science News

Researchers have actually recognized the weak molecular forces that hold together a small, self-assembling box with effective possibilities. The research study shows an useful application of a force typical... Read more »

‘Pinning down’ how salty droplets dry

IMAGE: This is a macroscopic pattern of re-crystallization with coffee-ring result. (left) the preliminary concentration 8.4 percent (right) 0.47 percent. view more  Credit: Rei Kurita Tokyo,Japan – Researchers from... Read more »

A new ‘periodic table’ for nanomaterials

IMAGE: Molecules connect and line up with each other as they self-assemble. This new simulation makes it possible for to discover exactly what particles finest connect with each other... Read more »

Army plans to license nanogalvanic aluminum powder discovery

IMAGE: Army scientist Anthony J. Roberts includes one gram of aluminum nano powder to urine to release hydrogen throughout a chain reaction. Researchers engineering the nano powder at the... Read more »

Recycled electrical products lead to hazardous chemicals appearing in everyday items

IMAGE: Dr Andrew Turner with items made from black plastic that were evaluated as part of the research study. see more Credit: University of Plymouth Hazardouschemicals such as bromine,... Read more »