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Scientists Encode ‘Wizard of Oz’ in a Vanishingly Small Plastic

by Esther Robards-Forbes, University of Texas at Austin Imagine scientists encode small plastic being able to hide an extremely complex encryption password or detailed financial information...

AI Tackles the Challenge of Materials Structure Prediction

by University of Cambridge Researchers have designed a machine learning method that can predict the structure of new materials with five times the efficiency of the...

Hidden Distortions Trigger Promising Thermoelectric Property

UPTON, NY—In a world of materials that normally expand upon heating, one that shrinks along one 3D axis while expanding along another stands out....

Army Developed Multi-Filament Polymer for 3D Printing in the Field

The Army Research Lab at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland developed a new type of multi-polymer filament for desktop 3-D printers, saving money and facilitating fast...

New plant-derived composite is tough as bone and hard as aluminum

Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office The material could pave the way for sustainable plastics. The strongest part of a tree lies not in its trunk or its...

Controlling how “odd couple” Surfaces and Liquids Interact

Spread out or bead up? A new process enables control over liquid-solid interfaces even with the most unlikely pairs of materials. David Chandler | MIT News Office The...

New Ultrathin Film can Autonomously Switch from Dark to Light

Researchers from KAIST created an optical film technology that allows smart windows to autonomously switch between being transparent and opaque in response to light...

New Lightweight Material is Stronger than Steel

The new substance is the result of a feat thought to be impossible: polymerizing a material in two dimensions. Using a novel polymerization process, MIT...

Multifunctionality of Nanoengineered Self-Sensing Lattices Enabled by Additive Manufacturing

Authors: Jabir Ubaid,Johannes Schneider,Vikram S. Deshpande,Brian L. Wardle,Shanmugam Kumar Introduction Cellular forms are omnipresent in nature and are found in wood, cork, beehives, sponge, and bone where the performance or function...

Drexel’s MXene Filter Materials for Wearable Artificial Kidney Technology

Drexel University’s MXene material is one step closer to transforming the lives of people suffering from end-stage kidney disease. Nephria Bio, Inc., a U.S.-based...
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