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'Active' Surfaces Control What's on Them

6 hours ago − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
CAMBRIDGE, Mass-- Researchers at MIT and in Saudi Arabia have developed a new way of making surfaces that can actively control how fluids or particles move across them. The work might enable new kinds of biomedical or microfluidic devices, or solar panels that could automatically clean themselves of dust and grit. …
• 'Wetting' a Battery's Appetite for Renewable Energy Storage − 6 hours ago
• Refocusing Research into High-temperature Superconductors − 23 hours ago
• NIST Corrosion Lab Tests Suggest Need for Underground Gas Tank Retrofits − 23 hours ago
• Nanostructured Metal-oxide Catalyst Efficiently Converts CO2 to Methanol − 23 hours ago
• Carnegie Mellon Chemists Create Nanofibers Using Unprecedented New Method − 23 hours ago
• Privileged Strategies for Direct Transformations of Inert Aliphatic Carbon-hydrogen Bonds − Yesterday
• Neutron Tomography Technique Reveals Phase Fractions of Crystalline Materials in 3-dimensions − Yesterday
• Pressure Probing Potential Photoelectronic Manufacturing Compound − Yesterday
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Nist
07-31-14

NIST Corrosion Lab Tests Suggest Need for Underground Gas Tank Retrofits

Sodium
08-01-14
'Wetting' a Battery's Appetite for Renewable Energy Storage
RICHLAND, Wash. – Sun, wind and other renewable energy sources could make up a larger portion of the electricity America consumes if better batteries could be built to store…
Co2
07-31-14
Nanostructured Metal-oxide Catalyst Efficiently Converts CO2 to Methanol
UPTON, NY-Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have discovered a new catalytic system for converting carbon dioxide (CO2) to methanol-a key commodity used to…
Surface
08-01-14
'Active' Surfaces Control What's on Them
CAMBRIDGE, Mass-- Researchers at MIT and in Saudi Arabia have developed a new way of making surfaces that can actively control how fluids or particles move across them. The…
Phases
07-31-14

Refocusing Research into High-temperature Superconductors

C–H
07-31-14

Privileged Strategies for Direct Transformations of Inert Aliphatic Carbon-hydrogen Bonds

Gfp
07-31-14

Carnegie Mellon Chemists Create Nanofibers Using Unprecedented New Method

Pressure
07-31-14
Pressure Probing Potential Photoelectronic Manufacturing Compound
Washington, D.C.— Molybdenum disulfide is a compound often used in dry lubricants and in petroleum refining. Its semiconducting ability and similarity to the carbon-based graphene makes molybdenum disulfide of…
Phase
07-31-14

Neutron Tomography Technique Reveals Phase Fractions of Crystalline Materials in 3-dimensions

Colors
07-30-14
Nature Inspires a Greener Way to Make Colorful Plastics
Long before humans figured out how to create colors, nature had already perfected the process — think stunning, bright butterfly wings of many different hues, for example. Now scientists…
Carbon
07-30-14
New Catalyst Converts Carbon Dioxide to Fuel
Scientists from the University of Illinois at Chicago have synthesized a catalyst that improves their system for converting waste carbon dioxide into syngas, a precursor of gasoline and other…
Smb6
07-30-14
Spin-based Electronics: New Material Successfully Tested
Spintronics is an emerging field of electronics, where devices work by manipulating the spin of electrons rather than the current generated by their motion. This field can offer significant…
Beam
07-22-14

NUS Scientists Use Low Cost Technique to Improve Properties And Functions of Nanomaterials

Spin
07-29-14

The Quantum Cheshire Cat

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Cosmology, Big Bang

Magnetic Moment of the Proton Measured with Unprecedented Precision


1 months ago − Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz
• Zeroing in on the Proton's Magnetic Moment − 2 months ago
• Syracuse University Physicists Confirm Existence of New Type of Meson − 3 months ago
• Electron 'Antenna' Tunes in to Physics Beyond Higgs − 7 months ago
• New Data Bolsters Higgs Boson Discovery − 1 months ago
• Evidence Found for the Higgs Boson Direct Decay into Fermions − 1 months ago
• University Scientists Unraveling Nature of Higgs Boson − 1 months ago
 
Particle Physics, Accelerator

The Quantum Cheshire Cat


3 days ago − Vienna University of Technology
• 'Active' Surfaces Control What's on Them − 6 hours ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties − 3 days ago
• Measuring the Smallest Magnets − 4 days ago
• Boosting the Force of Empty Space − 10 days ago
• Ultrafast X-ray Laser Sheds New Light on Fundamental Ultrafast Dynamics − 14 days ago
• New Paths into the World of Quasiparticles − 22 days ago
 
Nuclear

The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties


3 days ago − Chapman University
• Another Advancement in Imaging from INRS Professor François Légaré's Team − 11 days ago
• New Method for Extracting Radioactive Elements from Air And Water − 11 days ago
• A Noble Gas Cage − 11 days ago
• How Strongly Does Tissue Decelerate the Therapeutic Heavy Ion Beam? − 17 days ago
• World Interest in Research Work on the Benefits of the Okra Plant − 22 days ago
• New Data Bolsters Higgs Boson Discovery − 1 months ago
 
Quantum Computing

The Quantum Cheshire Cat


3 days ago − Vienna University of Technology
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties − 3 days ago
• Measuring the Smallest Magnets − 4 days ago
• Physicists Unlock Nature of High-temperature Superconductivity − 4 days ago
• Quantum Leap in Lasers at Dartmouth Brightens Future for Quantum Computing − 10 days ago
• Boosting the Force of Empty Space − 10 days ago
• Highly Charged Ions − 14 days ago
 
Chemistry

Carnegie Mellon Chemists Create Nanofibers Using Unprecedented New Method


23 hours ago − Carnegie Mellon University
• Nanostructured Metal-oxide Catalyst Efficiently Converts CO2 to Methanol − 23 hours ago
• Privileged Strategies for Direct Transformations of Inert Aliphatic Carbon-hydrogen Bonds − Yesterday
• New Catalyst Converts Carbon Dioxide to Fuel − 2 days ago
• Mineral Magic? Common Mineral Capable of Making And Breaking Bonds − 4 days ago
• Breakthrough Laser Experiment Reveals Liquid-like Motion of Atoms in an Ultra-cold Cluster − 7 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cells

New Class of Nanoparticle Brings Cheaper, Lighter Solar Cells Outdoors


1 months ago − University of Toronto
• Berkeley Lab Researchers at AAAS 2014 − 5 months ago
• Solar Cell Degradation Observed Directly for the First Time − 7 months ago
• Stanford Study Could Lead to Paradigm Shift in Organic Solar Cell Research − 8 months ago
• NRL Achieves Highest Open-circuit Voltage for Quantum Dot Solar Cells − 10 months ago
• 'Active' Surfaces Control What's on Them − 6 hours ago
 
Photosynthesis

Scientists Watch Photosynthesis in Action


22 days ago − Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
• When Is a Molecule a Molecule? − 14 days ago
• Molecular Snapshots of Oxygen Formation in Photosynthesis − 21 days ago
• Ultrafast X-ray Laser Sheds New Light on Fundamental Ultrafast Dynamics − 14 days ago
• Solar Panels Light the Way from Carbon Dioxide to Fuel − 1 months ago
• Pitt Team First to Detect Exciton in Metal − 2 months ago
 
Neutrino

HADES Searches for Dark Matter


2 months ago − Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
• The Mystery of Neutron Stars Heats Up − 8 months ago
• New Results from Daya Bay − 11 months ago
 
Spintoronics

The Quantum Cheshire Cat


3 days ago − Vienna University of Technology
• Spin-based Electronics: New Material Successfully Tested − 2 days ago
• Refocusing Research into High-temperature Superconductors − 23 hours ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties − 3 days ago
• The Quantum Dance of Oxygen − 24 days ago
• Advanced Light Source Provides New Look at Skyrmions − 1 months ago
 
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