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Material Expected to be a Conducting Metal

The Science Material Expected to be a Conducting Metal: New research sheds light on the mechanism behind how a special material changes from an electrically...

New Laser-Based Method Could Help Discover New Materials

Using tiny laser-launched projectiles and troves of data, scientists can more quickly bridge the gap between a material’s microscopic properties and its real-world behavior. New...

Materials by Molecular Gastronomy to Create Smart Wearables

Materials by Molecular Gastronomy to Create Smart Wearables: They integrated graphene into seaweed to create nanocomposite microcapsules for highly tunable and sustainable epidermal electronics....

New Electricity Free Tech Cools Buildings in Metro Areas

Engineers report advancements in radiative cooling in a new study in Nature Sustainability New Electricity Free Tech Cools Buildings in Metro Areas: BUFFALO, N.Y. —...

2D Printing Creating the World’s Thinnest Gold

2D Printing Creating the World's Thinnest Gold : Scientists at the University of Leeds have created a new form of gold which is just...

Research Team Develops Process for Bio-Based Nylon

Electrons and microbes are the decisive factor in this Research Team Develops Process for Bio-Based Nylon: Until now, nylon has been produced from petroleum-based raw materials....

Producing Large, Clean 2D Materials Made Easy: Just KISS

Ever since the discovery of the two-dimensional form of graphite (called graphene) almost twenty years ago, interest in 2D materials with their special physical...

Liquid Metal Sticks to Surfaces without a Binding Agent

Liquid Metal Sticks to Surfaces without a Binding Agent: Everyday materials such as paper and plastic could be transformed into electronic “smart devices” by...

Nanocrystal Materials Shines On and Off Indefinitely

Scientists at Columbia Engineering, Berkeley Lab, and UNIST demonstrate that ultra-photostable avalanching nanoparticles are capable of unlimited photoswitching, lighting the way for advances in...

New Associative Polymers Reveal their Workings

New Associative Polymers Reveal their Workings: A University of Virginia-led study about a class of materials called associative polymers appears to challenge a long-held...
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