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 »

New technology and partnerships to aid scientists facing critical global challenges

IMAGE: Professor Richard Palmer and Dr. Yubiao Niu from Swansea University with the new nanoparticle instrument at Diamond Light Source. view more  Credit: Henry Hoddinott. A new cutting edge instrument... Read more »

NIST method uses radio signals to image hidden and speeding objects

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Wavsens LLC have actually established a method for utilizing radio signals to produce real-time images and videos of... Read more »

Robot-assisted surgery: Putting the reality in virtual reality

Cardiac cosmetic surgeons might have the ability to much better strategy operations and enhance their surgical field view with the aid of a robot. Controlled through a virtual reality... Read more »

World’s smallest, best acoustic amplifier emerges from 50-year-old hypothesis

IMAGE: Scientists Matt Eichenfield, left, and Lisa Hackett led the group at Sandia National Laboratories that produced the world’s smallest and best acoustic amplifier. view more  Credit: Bret Latter, Sandia... 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 »

Nondestructive characterization technique helps gallium nitride crystal developments

IMAGE: Measurement system and observation picture of TDs in GaN semiconductor by multiphoton excitation photoluminescence technique. TDs are observed as dark lines. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka – Gallium... Read more »

Marine animals inspire new approaches to structural topology optimization

IMAGE: Glaucio Paulino and Emily Sanders, Georgia Institute of Technology scientists, are co-authors on the paper. view more  Credit: Candler Hobbs, Georgia Tech A mollusk and shrimp are 2 not... Read more »

Looking at optical Fano resonances under a new light

IMAGE: Conventional Fano-resonant metasurfaces can just show light with a particular frequency, a planar wavefront, and direct polarization; the freshly proposed metasurfaces can be customized to be reflective to light... 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 »