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New Analytical Technology Reveals 'Nanomechanical' Surface Traits

4 days ago − Purdue University
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A new research platform uses a laser to measure the "nanomechanical" properties of tiny structures undergoing stress and heating, an approach likely to yield insights to improve designs for microelectronics and batteries. …
• Ride-sharing Could Cut Cabs' Road Time by 30 Percent − 12 hours ago
• China's Reform of R&D Budget Management Doesn't Go Far Enough − 3 days ago
• Cellphone Addiction 'An Increasingly Realistic Possibility,' Baylor Study Finds − 3 days ago
• Engineers Develop New Sensor to Detect Tiny Individual Nanoparticles − 12 hours ago
• A New, Tunable Device for Spintronics − 4 days ago
• Quantum Physics Enables Revolutionary Imaging Method − 4 days ago
• New Technique Uses Fraction of Measurements to Efficiently Find Quantum Wave Functions − 4 days ago
• Experiments Explain Why Some Liquids Are 'Fragile' And Others Are 'Strong' − 5 days ago
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Yang
09-01-14

Engineers Develop New Sensor to Detect Tiny Individual Nanoparticles

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Time
09-01-14
Ride-sharing Could Cut Cabs' Road Time by 30 Percent
CAMBRIDGE, Mass-- Cellphone apps that find users car rides in real time are exploding in popularity: The car-service company Uber was recently valued at $18 billion, and even as…
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China
08-29-14
China's Reform of R&D Budget Management Doesn't Go Far Enough
In almost 20 years, China's R&D expenditure as a percentage of its gross domestic product has more than tripled, reaching 1.98 per cent in 2012. This figure surpasses the…
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Object
08-28-14

Quantum Physics Enables Revolutionary Imaging Method

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Method
08-28-14
New Technique Uses Fraction of Measurements to Efficiently Find Quantum Wave Functions
The result of every possible measurement on a quantum system is coded in its wave function, which until recently could be found only by taking many different measurements of…
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Stress
08-28-14

New Analytical Technology Reveals 'Nanomechanical' Surface Traits

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Glass
08-27-14

Experiments Explain Why Some Liquids Are 'Fragile' And Others Are 'Strong'

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Time
08-29-14
Cellphone Addiction 'An Increasingly Realistic Possibility,' Baylor Study Finds
Women college students spend an average of 10 hours a day on their cellphones and men college students spend nearly eight, with excessive use posing potential risks for academic…
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Mscs
08-12-14

Graphene-based Planar Micro-supercapacitors for On-chip Energy Storage

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The Physics of Ocean Undertow

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Nakamura
09-15-11

Professor Shuji Nakamura to Receive Emmy Award

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Range
08-18-14

Electric Vehicle Consumers Better Off with Electric Range Under 100 Miles: INFORMS Study

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Light
08-15-14
The Beetle's White Album
The physical properties of the ultra-white scales on certain species of beetle could be used to make whiter paper, plastics and paints, while using far less material than is…
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Quantum
08-06-12
Researchers Gain Information Advantage from Surprising Quantum Source
New research lends hope that a phenomenon called quantum discord could be harnessed to bring quantum technologies within easier reach than expected. The work, by an international team, is…
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Nanotechnology, Nanotube

Competition for Graphene


6 days ago − Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
• LEDs Made from 'Wonder Material' Perovskite − 27 days ago
• Stanford Team Achieves 'Holy Grail' of Battery Design: A Stable Lithium Anode − 1 months ago
• Nano-sized Chip "sniffs Out" Explosives Far Better Than Trained Dogs − 1 months ago
• Fundamental Chemistry Findings Could Help Extend Moore's Law − 1 months ago
• University of Illinois Researchers Demonstrate Novel, Tunable Nanoantennas − 1 months ago
• The New Atomic Age: Building Smaller, Greener Electronics − 1 months ago
 
Laser, Optics

Engineers Develop New Sensor to Detect Tiny Individual Nanoparticles


12 hours ago − Washington University in St. Louis
• New Analytical Technology Reveals 'Nanomechanical' Surface Traits − 4 days ago
• Quantum Physics Enables Revolutionary Imaging Method − 4 days ago
• Experiments Explain Why Some Liquids Are 'Fragile' And Others Are 'Strong' − 5 days ago
• Chinese Scientists Use Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy to Identify Toxic Cooking 'Gutter Oil' − 6 days ago
• Water Window Imaging Opportunity − 11 days ago
• Molecular Engineers Record an Electron's Quantum Behavior − 18 days ago
 
Quantum Physics

Quantum Physics Enables Revolutionary Imaging Method


4 days ago − University of Vienna
• Engineers Develop New Sensor to Detect Tiny Individual Nanoparticles − 12 hours ago
• New Technique Uses Fraction of Measurements to Efficiently Find Quantum Wave Functions − 4 days ago
• Water Window Imaging Opportunity − 11 days ago
• Molecular Engineers Record an Electron's Quantum Behavior − 18 days ago
• Can Our Computers Continue to Get Smaller And More Powerful? − 19 days ago
• Graphene-based Planar Micro-supercapacitors for On-chip Energy Storage − 20 days ago
 
Nuclear Technology

Sophisticated Radiation Detector Designed for Broad Public Use


1 months ago − Oregon State University
• Story Tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, August 2014 − 27 days ago
• Spin Diagnostics − 1 months ago
• Creating Optical Cables Out of Thin Air − 1 months ago
• Oregon Chemists Eye Improved Thin Films with Metal Substitution − 1 months ago
• Eco-friendly 'Pre-fab Nanoparticles' Could Revolutionize Nano Manufacturing − 19 days ago
• Superconducting-silicon Qubits − 2 months ago
 
Computing

Researchers Find Security Flaws in Backscatter X-ray Scanners


12 days ago − University of California - San Diego
• Hacking Gmail with 92% Success − 11 days ago
• Enabling a New Future for Cloud Computing − 11 days ago
• MU Researchers Develop More Accurate Twitter Analysis Tools − 5 days ago
• New Framework Would Facilitate Use of New Android Security Modules − 12 days ago
• StopInfo for OneBusAway App Makes Buses More Usable for Blind Riders − 14 days ago
 
Electronics, Electricity

Engineers Develop New Sensor to Detect Tiny Individual Nanoparticles


12 hours ago − Washington University in St. Louis
• A New, Tunable Device for Spintronics − 4 days ago
• Symphony of Nanoplasmonic And Optical Resonators Produces Laser-like Light Emission − 6 days ago
• ORNL Scientists Uncover Clues to Role of Magnetism in Iron-based Superconductors − 11 days ago
• Researchers Inspired by Marine Life to Design Camouflage Systems − 13 days ago
• Graphene-based Planar Micro-supercapacitors for On-chip Energy Storage − 20 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cell

Competition for Graphene


6 days ago − Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
• Eco-friendly 'Pre-fab Nanoparticles' Could Revolutionize Nano Manufacturing − 19 days ago
• Nano World: Where Towers Construct Themselves − 3 months ago
• In a Commanding Position - And Now Cheaper − 4 months ago
• Multilayer, Microscale Solar Cells Enable Ultrahigh Efficiency Power Generation − 4 months ago
• Scientists Achieve First Direct Observations of Excitons in Motion − 4 months ago
 
Networking, Mobile Technology

Enabling a New Future for Cloud Computing


11 days ago − National Science Foundation
• Cellphone Addiction 'An Increasingly Realistic Possibility,' Baylor Study Finds − 3 days ago
• Demonstrating a Driverless Future − 2 months ago
• Guarding Against 'Carmageddon' Cyberattacks − 2 months ago
• Turing Test Success Marks Milestone in Computing History − 2 months ago
• New Commission Study Identifies Europe's Top ICT Hubs − 4 months ago
 
Robotics
Disney Research Method Automatically Edits Footage from Cameras into Coherent Videos

24 days ago − Disney Research
Video cameras that people wear to record daily activities are creating a novel form of creative and informative media. But this footage also poses a challenge: how to expeditiously edit hours of raw video into something watchable. One solution, according to Disney researchers, is to automate the editing process by leveraging the first-person viewpoints of multiple cameras to find the areas of greatest interest in the scene. …
• Origami Robot Folds Itself Up, Crawls Away − 25 days ago
• Carnegie Mellon Photo Editing Tool Enables Object Images to Be Manipulated in 3-D − 27 days ago
• Carnegie Mellon Combines Hundreds of Videos to Reconstruct 3D Motion Without Markers − 1 months ago
• Squishy Robots − 1 months ago
• Ask the Crowd: Robots Learn Faster, Better with Online Helpers − 2 months ago
 
Automobile, Electric Car

How the Woodpecker Avoids Brain Injury Despite High-speed Impacts Via Optimal Anti-shock Body Structure


21 days ago − Science China Press
• Organic Vs. Paid Advertising? Inside the Mind of an Online Browser − 7 days ago
• Inspired by Nature, Researchers Create Tougher Metal Materials − 2 months ago
• New Launchers for Analyzing Resistance to Impacts And Improving Armor Plating − 3 months ago
• A Study Assesses the Possibility of Turning CO2 into Methanol for Use in Transport − 3 months ago
• Liquid Crystal as Lubricant − 3 months ago
 
Aeronautics, Aircraft

New Analytical Technology Reveals 'Nanomechanical' Surface Traits


4 days ago − Purdue University
• Delivery by Drone − 11 days ago
• Collecting Just the Right Data − 1 months ago
• Collaborative Learning - for Robots − 2 months ago
• Overcoming Barriers to Successful Use of Autonomous Unmanned Aircraft − 2 months ago
• Balancing Strategy to Lateral Impact in a Rat Rattus Norregicus − 3 months ago
 
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