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Cooling Graphene-based Film Close to Pilot-scale Production

19 hours ago − Chalmers University of Technology
Heat dissipation in electronics and optoelectronics is a severe bottleneck in the further development of systems in these fields. To come to grips with this serious issue, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed an efficient way of cooling electronics by using functionalized graphene nanoflakes. The results will be published in the renowned journal Nature Communications. …
• Light-powered 3-D Printer Creates Terahertz Lens − 19 hours ago
• Researchers Demonstrate Record Optical Nonlinearity − Yesterday
• Fiber Optic Biosensor-integrated Microfluidic Chip to Detect Glucose Levels − Yesterday
• A Theory Explains Why Gaming on Touchscreens Is Clumsy − Yesterday
• Augmented Games Can Increase the Diversity of Sports − Yesterday
• Science News Story on Sci-Hub Provides Detailed View of User Base; Related Editorial − Yesterday
• Transforming Teaching with Twitter − 2 days ago
• University of Illinois Researchers Create 1-step Graphene Patterning Method − 2 days ago
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04-28-16

University of Illinois Researchers Create 1-step Graphene Patterning Method

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04-29-16

Cooling Graphene-based Film Close to Pilot-scale Production

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04-28-16

Fiber Optic Biosensor-integrated Microfluidic Chip to Detect Glucose Levels

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04-28-16

Researchers Demonstrate Record Optical Nonlinearity
Work by an internationally renowned University of Rochester professor may offer an alternative to the way in which researchers have approached some photonics applications. …
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04-29-16

Light-powered 3-D Printer Creates Terahertz Lens
From visible light to radio waves, most people are familiar with the different sections of the electromagnetic spectrum. But one wavelength is often forgotten, little understood, and, until recently,…
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04-28-16

Transforming Teaching with Twitter

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04-28-16

A Theory Explains Why Gaming on Touchscreens Is Clumsy

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04-28-16

Social Media Interaction Tools Might Make MOOCs Stickier
Developers of massive open online courses -- or MOOCs -- may want to take a page from Facebook to keep more students engaged and enrolled, according to researchers. …
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04-28-16

Augmented Games Can Increase the Diversity of Sports
Augmented climbing wall increases social interaction, helps to attract wider target audiences and empowers users to become content creators. Augmented climbing wall operates as a huge touch screen.…
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04-28-16

Researchers Create a First Frequency Comb of Time-bin Entangled Qubits

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04-28-16

Science News Story on Sci-Hub Provides Detailed View of User Base; Related Editorial
In this investigative news piece from Science, contributing correspondent John Bohannon dives into data from Sci-Hub, the world's largest pirate website for scholarly literature. For the first time, basic…
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04-28-16

Hybrid Nanoantennas - Next-generation Platform for Ultradense Data Recording

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Segmenting Ultrasound Video with a Wavelet Variational Model

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Emotion Detector
A computer algorithm that can tell whether you are happy or sad, angry or expressing almost any other emotion would be a boon to the games industry. New research…
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Nanotechnology, Nanotube

Heat And Light Get Larger at the Nanoscale


29 days ago − Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science
• NUS-led Research Team Discovers Novel Way of Transferring Magnetic Information − 24 days ago
• Nanotubes Line Up to Form Films − 25 days ago
• Scientists Push Valleytronics 1 Step Closer to Reality − 25 days ago
• Nature Photonics: Light Source for Quicker Computer Chips − 10 days ago
• Carbon Leads the Way in Clean Energy − 1 months ago
• New Research Shows How Nanowires Can Be Formed − 1 months ago
 
Laser, Optics

University of Illinois Researchers Create 1-step Graphene Patterning Method


2 days ago − University of Illinois College of Engineering
• Researchers Create a First Frequency Comb of Time-bin Entangled Qubits − 2 days ago
• Hybrid Nanoantennas - Next-generation Platform for Ultradense Data Recording − 2 days ago
• Team Builds First Quantum Cascade Laser on Silicon − 9 days ago
• Nano-magnets Produce 3-dimensional Images − 10 days ago
• Nature Photonics: Light Source for Quicker Computer Chips − 10 days ago
• A Laser for Your Eyes − 14 days ago
 
Quantum Physics
Researchers Demonstrate Record Optical Nonlinearity

Yesterday − University of Rochester
Work by an internationally renowned University of Rochester professor may offer an alternative to the way in which researchers have approached some photonics applications. …
• Researchers Create a First Frequency Comb of Time-bin Entangled Qubits − 2 days ago
• New Spin Seebeck Thermoelectric Device with Higher Conversion Efficiency Created − 4 days ago
• The Light Stuff: A Brand-new Way to Produce Electron Spin Currents − 4 days ago
• The Reliability of Material Simulations Put to Test − 4 days ago
• Atoms Placed Precisely in Silicon Can Act as Quantum Simulator − 7 days ago
• Research Team Realizes 3-color Photodetector − 7 days ago
 
Nuclear Technology

Researchers Can Identify You by Your Brain Waves with 100% Accuracy


11 days ago − Binghamton University
• Robots May Be Able to Lift, Drive, And Chat, but Are They Safe And Trustworthy? − 3 days ago
• Solar Storm Researchers Prepare for the 'Big One' with New Urgency − 22 days ago
• Advance May Make Quantum Computing More Practical − 22 days ago
• Study Finds Metal Foam Handles Heat Better Than Steel − 1 months ago
• Study Sheds Light on Patterns Behind Brain, Heart Systems; Circadian Rhythms − 1 months ago
• Detecting Radioactive Material from a Remote Distance − 1 months ago
 
Computing
Research Team Realizes 3-color Photodetector

7 days ago − Northwestern University
While infrared waves are available in short, mid, and long lengths, most detection devices are unable to harness all three at the same time. …
• Algorithm for Robot Teams Handles Moving Obstacles − 8 days ago
• New Debugger Finds Security Flaws in Popular Web Apps − 14 days ago
• Numenta Researchers Discover How the Brain Learns Sequences, a Key to Intelligent Systems − 16 days ago
• Location Data on 2 Apps Enough to Identify Someone, Says Study − 16 days ago
• A Flexible Camera: A Radically Different Approach to Imaging − 16 days ago
 
Electronics, Electricity

University of Illinois Researchers Create 1-step Graphene Patterning Method


2 days ago − University of Illinois College of Engineering
• Researchers Demonstrate Record Optical Nonlinearity − Yesterday
• Cooling Graphene-based Film Close to Pilot-scale Production − 19 hours ago
• NREL Theory Establishes a Path to High-performance 2-D Semiconductor Devices − 3 days ago
• Atomic Magnets Using Hydrogen And Graphene − 3 days ago
• Iowa State Engineers Develop Micro-sized, Liquid-metal Particles for Heat-free Soldering − 4 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cell

Tandem Solar Cells Are Simply Better


5 months ago − Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA)
• Claims for Solar Cell Efficiency Put to Test at NREL − 2 months ago
• NREL And CSEM Jointly Set New Efficiency Record with Dual-junction Solar Cell − 3 months ago
• Molecular Architectures See the Light − 1 months ago
• New ORNL Device Combines Power of Mass Spectrometry, Microscopy − 5 months ago
• Proposed Standards for Triboelectric Nanogenerators Could Facilitate Comparisons − 7 months ago
 
Networking, Mobile Technology

Nanoscale Cavity Strongly Links Quantum Particles


2 months ago − Joint Quantum Institute
• Crowd Review − 1 months ago
• Driverless Cars Could Increase Reliance on Roads − 2 months ago
• Record for Fastest Data Rate Set − 2 months ago
• Transforming Teaching with Twitter − 2 days ago
• Roadmap to Safer Cyberspace − 4 months ago
 
Robotics
Emotion Detector

2 days ago − Inderscience Publishers
A computer algorithm that can tell whether you are happy or sad, angry or expressing almost any other emotion would be a boon to the games industry. New research published in the International Journal of Computational Vision and Robotics describes such a system that is almost 99 percent accurate. …
• Algorithm for Robot Teams Handles Moving Obstacles − 8 days ago
• WSU Research Improves Conductive Plastic for Health, Energy, Other Technologies − 10 days ago
• Humanoid Robotics And Computer Avatars Could Help Treat Social Disorders − 18 days ago
• Phone-based Laser Rangefinder Works Outdoors − 1 months ago
• Study Sheds Light on Patterns Behind Brain, Heart Systems; Circadian Rhythms − 1 months ago
 
Automobile, Electric Car

Self-heating Lithium-ion Battery Could Beat the Winter Woes


3 months ago − Penn State
• New ORNL Catalyst Addresses Engine Efficiency, Emissions Quandary − 7 months ago
• New Nanogenerator Harvests Power from Rolling Tires − 10 months ago
• Can Heat Be Controlled as Waves? − 10 months ago
• Pre-lecture Diagrams Help Students Take Better Notes, Learn More − 10 months ago
 
Aeronautics, Aircraft
Algorithm for Robot Teams Handles Moving Obstacles

8 days ago − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Planning algorithms for teams of robots fall into two categories: centralized algorithms, in which a single computer makes decisions for the whole team, and decentralized algorithms, in which each robot makes its own decisions based on local observations. …
• Nanoscrolls Created from Graphene's Imperfect Cousin − 14 days ago
• Enabling Human-robot Rescue Teams − 2 months ago
• Planning Algorithm Also Generates Contingency Plans − 2 months ago
• Cutting Down Runway Queues − 3 months ago
• New Device Uses Carbon Nanotubes to Snag Molecules − 4 months ago
 
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