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Lightweight Membrane Can Significantly Reduce In-flight Aircraft Noise

1 hours ago − North Carolina State University
Riding in a helicopter or airplane can be a noisy experience for passengers. But researchers from North Carolina State University and MIT have developed a membrane that can be incorporated into aircraft to drastically reduce the low-frequency noise that penetrates the cabin. …
• Two-dimensional Semiconductor Comes Clean − 1 hours ago
• Team Develops Faster, Higher Quality 3-D Camera − 2 days ago
• Northwestern Scientists Develop First Liquid Nanolaser − 2 days ago
• Ames Laboratory Scientists Create Cheaper Magnetic Material for Cars, Wind Turbines − 2 days ago
• A Silver Lining − 3 days ago
• Revolutionary Discovery Leads to Invention of New 'Building Blocks' − 3 days ago
• ORNL Reports Method That Takes Quantum Sensing to New Level − 3 days ago
• CCNY Researchers Use Novel Polarization to Increase Data Speeds − 3 days ago
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04-25-15

Ames Laboratory Scientists Create Cheaper Magnetic Material for Cars, Wind Turbines

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04-25-15

Northwestern Scientists Develop First Liquid Nanolaser
Northwestern University scientists have developed the first liquid nanoscale laser. And it's tunable in real time, meaning you can quickly and simply produce different colors, a unique and useful…
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04-25-15

Team Develops Faster, Higher Quality 3-D Camera
When Microsoft released the Kinect for Xbox in November 2010, it transformed the video game industry. The most inexpensive 3-D camera to date, the Kinect bypassed the need for…
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04-24-15

Revolutionary Discovery Leads to Invention of New 'Building Blocks'
Polymer science will have to add a new giant molecule to its lexicon thanks to a cutting-edge discovery at The University of Akron. Taking a revolutionary "building blocks" approach,…
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04-24-15

CCNY Researchers Use Novel Polarization to Increase Data Speeds
As the world's exponentially growing demand for digital data slows the Internet and cell phone communication, City College of New York researchers may have just figured out a new…
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04-23-15

Fast And Accurate 3-D Imaging Technique to Track Optically Trapped Particles

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04-24-15

A Silver Lining

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04-14-15

Taking Aircraft Manufacturing Out of the Oven
Composite materials used in aircraft wings and fuselages are typically manufactured in large, industrial-sized ovens: Multiple polymer layers are blasted with temperatures up to 750 degrees Fahrenheit, and solidified…
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04-24-15

ORNL Reports Method That Takes Quantum Sensing to New Level

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04-24-15

Researchers Add a New Wrinkle to Cell Culture

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04-20-15

Technology Can Transfer Human Emotions to Your Palm Through Air, Say Scientists

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04-17-15

Beyond the Lithium Ion - a Significant Step Toward a Better Performing Battery

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04-16-15

Patents Forecast Technological Change
How fast is online learning evolving? Are wind turbines a promising investment? And how long before a cheap hoverboard makes it to market? Attempting to answer such questions…
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04-17-15

Disney Researchers Use Passive UHF RFID Tags to Detect How People Interact with Objects
Disney Research has demonstrated that battery-free, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags can be used to cheaply and unobtrusively determine how people use and interact with daily objects, enabling new…
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Nanotechnology, Nanotube

Surface Matters: Huge Reduction of Heat Conduction Observed in Flat Silicon Channels


5 days ago − Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
• A Silver Lining − 3 days ago
• Two-dimensional Semiconductor Comes Clean − 1 hours ago
• Advances in Molecular Electronics: Lights on - Molecule On − 7 days ago
• Nanotubes with 2 Walls Have Singular Qualities − 11 days ago
• Graphene Pushes the Speed Limit of Light-to-electricity Conversion − 13 days ago
• Electrical Control of Quantum Bits in Silicon Paves the Way to Large Quantum Computers − 16 days ago
 
Laser, Optics

Nondestructive 3-D Imaging of Biological Cells with Sound


4 days ago − American Institute of Physics
• Northwestern Scientists Develop First Liquid Nanolaser − 2 days ago
• CCNY Researchers Use Novel Polarization to Increase Data Speeds − 3 days ago
• Fast And Accurate 3-D Imaging Technique to Track Optically Trapped Particles − 4 days ago
• Team Develops Faster, Higher Quality 3-D Camera − 2 days ago
• Drexel Materials Scientists Putting a New Spin on Computing Memory − 5 days ago
• Printing Silicon on Paper, with Lasers − 6 days ago
 
Quantum Physics

ORNL Reports Method That Takes Quantum Sensing to New Level


3 days ago − Oak Ridge National Laboratory
• Two-dimensional Semiconductor Comes Clean − 1 hours ago
• Reducing Big Data Using Ideas from Quantum Theory Makes It Easier to Interpret − 4 days ago
• Ultra-sensitive Sensor Detects Individual Electrons − 4 days ago
• Drexel Materials Scientists Putting a New Spin on Computing Memory − 5 days ago
• Quantum Cryptography at the Speed of Light: Researchers Design First All-photonic Repeaters − 12 days ago
• On the Road to Spin-orbitronics − 13 days ago
 
Nuclear Technology

Flight And Nuclear Safety Boosted by Sound Research


1 months ago − University of Strathclyde
• Sensor Cable Monitors Fences of All Kinds And Can Even Detect Low-level Drone Fly-bys − 1 months ago
• Los Alamos Offers New Insights into Radiation Damage Evolution − 1 months ago
• Patents Forecast Technological Change − 11 days ago
• A Smart Grid Self-organized Simply − 2 months ago
• Robots Learn to Use Kitchen Tools by Watching YouTube Videos − 3 months ago
• GraphExeter Defies the Achilles Heel of 'Wonder Material' Graphene − 3 months ago
 
Computing

Carbon Nanotube Computing?


20 days ago − American Institute of Physics
• Cloud Security Reaches Silicon − 5 days ago
• Disney Researchers Use Passive UHF RFID Tags to Detect How People Interact with Objects − 10 days ago
• A Camera That Powers Itself! − 12 days ago
• California's Solar Incentive Program Has Had Only Modest Impact on Adoption Rates − 19 days ago
• Team Develops Faster, Higher Quality 3-D Camera − 2 days ago
 
Electronics, Electricity

Advances in Molecular Electronics: Lights on - Molecule On


7 days ago − Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
• A Silver Lining − 3 days ago
• Yale-NUS, NUS And UT Austin Researchers Establish Theoretical Framework for Graphene Physics − 7 days ago
• Two-dimensional Semiconductor Comes Clean − 1 hours ago
• New Design Makes Treadmill More Like Running Outdoors − 13 days ago
• Graphene Pushes the Speed Limit of Light-to-electricity Conversion − 13 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cell

Battery Energy Storage Project Shows Promise for Electricity Network


25 days ago − Griffith University
• Patents Forecast Technological Change − 11 days ago
• Learning by Eye: Silicon Micro-funnels Increase the Efficiency of Solar Cells − 2 months ago
• Los Alamos Develops New Technique for Growing High-efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells − 2 months ago
• Perovskites Provide Big Boost to Silicon Solar Cells, Stanford Study Finds − 3 months ago
• 3-D 'Pop-up' Silicon Structures: Transforming Planar Materials into 3-D Microarchitectures − 3 months ago
 
Networking, Mobile Technology

Nanoscale Mirrored Cavities Amplify, Connect Quantum Memories


2 months ago − Brookhaven National Laboratory
• Content Creators Leave Social Networks When Messaging Gets Too Easy − 1 months ago
• Crowdsourced Tool for Depression − 28 days ago
• Hacked Emails Slice Spam Fast − 5 months ago
• End to End 5G for Super, Superfast Mobile − 5 months ago
• Cockroach Cyborgs Use Microphones to Detect, Trace Sounds − 5 months ago
 
Robotics
Team Develops Faster, Higher Quality 3-D Camera

2 days ago − Northwestern University
When Microsoft released the Kinect for Xbox in November 2010, it transformed the video game industry. The most inexpensive 3-D camera to date, the Kinect bypassed the need for joysticks and controllers by sensing the user's gestures, leading to a feeling of total immersion into the game. Microsoft sold 8 million Kinect units within 60 days, making it the fastest-selling electronic device ever. …
• Inkjet-printed Liquid Metal Could Bring Wearable Tech, Soft Robotics − 19 days ago
• Soft, Energy-efficient Robotic Wings − 26 days ago
• Carnegie Mellon's Snake Robots Learn to Turn by Following the Lead of Real Sidewinders − 1 months ago
• Jumping, Roly-poly, Untethered Robot Described in Soft Robotics Journal − 1 months ago
• New Self-stretching Material Developed at University of Rochester − 2 months ago
 
Automobile, Electric Car

Ames Laboratory Scientists Create Cheaper Magnetic Material for Cars, Wind Turbines


2 days ago − Ames Laboratory
• Cebit 2015: DIY Printing Custom Touch-sensitive Displays − 1 months ago
• New Method to Understand Steel Fracturing − 2 months ago
• Electrochromic Polymers Create Broad Color Palette for Sunglasses, Windows − 2 months ago
• Robots Learn to Use Kitchen Tools by Watching YouTube Videos − 3 months ago
• The Gold Standard − 4 months ago
 
Aeronautics, Aircraft
Taking Aircraft Manufacturing Out of the Oven

13 days ago − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Composite materials used in aircraft wings and fuselages are typically manufactured in large, industrial-sized ovens: Multiple polymer layers are blasted with temperatures up to 750 degrees Fahrenheit, and solidified to form a solid, resilient material. Using this approach, considerable energy is required first to heat the oven, then the gas around it, and finally the actual composite. …
• NNI Publishes Report on Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Commercialization − 1 months ago
• Software That Knows the Risks − 3 months ago
• Computers That Teach by Example − 4 months ago
• Atomic Timekeeping, on the Go − 5 months ago
• Projecting a Robot's Intentions − 5 months ago
 
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