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New Nanoscale 3D Printing Material Designed by Stanford

BY LAURA CASTAÑÓN Engineers have designed a new material for nanoscale 3D printing that is able to absorb twice as much energy as other similarly...

Stanford on the Engineering of Quantum Materials

Stanford on the Engineering of Quantum Materials: Quantum materials are materials with unique electronic, magnetic or optical properties, which are underpinned by the behavior...

Wearable, Printable, Shapeable New Material that Detect Toxins

Tufts scientists develop biopolymer-based sensors that glow when dangers are present and can be printed on almost anything Wearable, Printable, Shapeable New Material that Detect...

‘Space Skin’ a New Spacecraft Material for Energy Harvesting

A 'space skin' could help protect spacecraft and satellites from harsh solar radiation while also harvesting energy for future use in the craft's mission,...

MIT Engineers Grow “Perfect” Atom-Thin Materials

MIT engineers grow “perfect” atom-thin materials: True to Moore’s Law, the number of transistors on a microchip has doubled every year since the 1960s....

‘Smart’ Coating Could Make Fabrics Into Protective Gear

Precisely applied metal-organic technology detects and captures toxic gases in air. ‘Smart’ Coating Could Make Fabrics Into Protective Gear: Adurable copper-based coating developed by Dartmouth...

Technology Turns Corn into Chemicals Then into Materials

Research discovery will enable the manufacturing of biorenewable materials from trees and corn Technology Turns Corn into Chemicals Then into Materials: MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (01/09/2023)—A team...

MIT Moving Water and Earth

A new understanding of how particle shape controls grain flow could help engineers manage river restoration and coastal erosion. MIT Moving Water and Earth: As...

Rapid Energy Sharing Between Semiconductors

Researchers discover that electrons play a surprising role in heat transfer between layers of semiconductors, with implications for next-generation electronic devices Rapid Energy Sharing Between...

Here Is why Roman Concrete is so Strong

An unexpected ancient manufacturing strategy may hold the key to designing concrete that lasts for millennia. Here Is why Roman Concrete is so Strong: The...
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