Microanalysis Society honors Chris Kiely in 2020 class of fellows

IMAGE: Lehigh University products science and engineering teacher Christopher J. Kiely has actually been chosen as a Fellow of the Microanalysis Society. view more  Credit: Lehigh University Christopher J. Kiely,... Read more »

Next-generation solar cells pass strict international tests

IMAGE: Professor Anita Ho-Baillie with an earlier model perovskite solar cell. view more  Credit: UNSW Australian researchers have for the very first time produced a brand-new generation of speculative solar... Read more »

Twisting 2D materials uncovers their superpowers

IMAGE: The twist angle in between the layers governs the crystal balance and can result in a range of intriguing physical behaviours, such as non-traditional superconductivity, tunnelling conductance, nonlinear optics... Read more »

UCI-led team designs carbon nanostructure stronger than diamonds

Irvine, Calif., April 13, 2020 – Researchers at the University of California, Irvine and other organizations have actually architecturally created plate-nanolattices – nanometer-sized carbon structures – that are stronger... Read more »

Big Plans to Save the Planet Depend on Nanoscopic Materials Improving Energy Storage

The difficulty of constructing an energy future that maintains and enhances the planet is a huge endeavor. However everything hinges on the charged particles moving through undetectably little materials.... 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 »

Airborne chemicals instantly identified using new technology developed at NTU Singapore

Researchers at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a gadget that can recognize a vast array of airborne gases and chemicals instantly. The new model gadget is... Read more »

New science on cracking leads to self-healing materials

Fractures in the desert flooring appear random to the inexperienced eye, even perfectly so, however the mathematics governing patterns of dried clay end up to be foreseeable—and helpful in... Read more »

A New Rare Metal Alloy Can Change Shape in the Magnetic Field

Scientists from Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) in collaboration with the Institute of Metallurgy and Material Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Leibniz University Hannover... Read more »

How to Speed up the Discovery of New Solar Cell Materials

Diagram illustrates the series of actions utilized in the new structured procedure to manufacture perovskite-based materials, deposit them on a substrate to develop a thin movie, and after that... Read more »