Friday, December 3, 2021

“Lazarus Superconductivity” Observed in uranium ditelluride

Researchers from the University of Maryland, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (National MagLab) and the...

Holy Grail of Room Temperature Quantum Computing Chips

To process information, photons must interact. However, these tiny packets of light want nothing to do with each other, each passing by without altering...

Miracle Material Graphene Is Realizing Its Promise

By now you’ve probably heard of the coming graphene revolution. Perhaps it was in 2004, when a team of scientists at the University of...

Colossus unveils large-scale 3D printer for recycled plastics with Mitsubishi Chemical

Colossus, a machine development startup based in Genk, Belgium, has released what is said to be the largest Fused Granular Fabrication (FGF) 3D printer...

Engineers print metal on flowers and jello

Martin Thuo of Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory clicked through the photo gallery for one of his research projects. How about this one?...

Mysteries of ‘magic’ angle graphene superconductors

In spring 2018, the surprising discovery of superconductivity in a new material set the scientific community abuzz. Built by layering one carbon sheet atop...

A new approach to liquid-repelling surfaces

“Omniphobic” might sound like a way to describe someone who is afraid of everything, but it actually refers to a special type of surface...

First detailed measurements of key factors related to high-temperature superconductivity

In superconducting materials, electrons pair up and condense into a quantum state that carries electrical current with no loss. This usually happens at very...

A transistor that performs as both topological insulator and superconductor

MIT researchers have demonstrated that a tungsten ditelluride-based transistor combines two different electronic states of matter. A transistor based on the 2-D material tungsten ditelluride...

‘Folded’ optical devices manipulate light in a new way

The future of optics The next generation of electronic devices, ranging from personal health monitors and augmented reality headsets to sensitive scientific instruments that would...
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