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February 5, 2018 | Source: Product Design & Development, pddnet.com, 23 March 2017
Nanomachines Operate at Human Scale Thanks to 3D Printing
Nanomachines are already useful for delivering medication and serving as computer memories at the nanometer scale. But thanks to advance 3D printing techniques, researchers at...
January 1, 2018 | Source: University of Arkansas, news.uark.edu, 28 Nov 2017, UARK News Staff
Semiconducting Single Atom Chains: a New Research Frontier
Inspired by graphene, researchers at the University of Arkansas are at the frontier of a new research direction to create atomically narrow one-dimensional wires, called "single...
November 20, 2017 | Source: The University of California, Davis, blogs.ucdavis.edu/egghead, 2 Nov 2017, Andy Fell
New Technique Makes Light Metallic Nanofoam
A simple method for manufacturing extremely low-density palladium nanofoams could help advance hydrogen storage technologies, reports a new study from the University of California...
November 6, 2017 | Source: Johns Hopkins University, releases.jhu.edu, 15 Sept 2017, Phil Sneiderman
DNA Triggers Shape-Shifting in Hydrogels, Opening a New Way to Make ‘Soft Robots’
Biochemical engineers at Johns Hopkins University have used sequences of DNA molecules to induce shape-changing in water-based gels, demonstrating a new tactic to produce soft...
November 6, 2017 | Source: Osaka University, resou.osaka-u.ac.jp, 29 May 2017
Solar Material for Producing Clean Hydrogen Fuel
Osaka University researchers create new material based on gold and black phosphorus to produce clean hydrogen fuel using the full spectrum of sunlight. Global climate change and...
October 9, 2017 | Source: Rice University, news.rice.edu, 9 Aug 2017, Mike Williams
Landscapes Give Latitude to 2-D Material Designers
Rice University researchers have learned to manipulate two-dimensional materials to design in defects that enhance the materials’ properties. The Rice lab of theoretical physicist...
October 9, 2017 | Source: The University of Texas at Dallas, utdallas.edu, 25 Aug 2017, Amanda Siegfried
No Batteries Required: Energy-Harvesting Yarns Generate Electricity
An international research team led by scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas and Hanyang University in South Korea has developed high-tech yarns that generate electricity...
September 28, 2017 | Source: Northeastern University, news.northeastern.edu, 14 Sept 2017, Allie Nicodemo
New ‘Sleeping’ Sensors Could Save Costs, Make Warzones Safer
When stationed in dangerous, rural areas, the last thing soldiers should worry about is replacing a dead battery. That’s one reason why the Defense Advanced Research Projects...
Survivability and Vulnerability
September 11, 2017 | Source: American Chemical Society, acs.org, 20 Aug 2017, Katie Cottingham
Energized Fabrics Could Keep Soldiers Warm and Battle-Ready in Frigid Climates
Soldiering in arctic conditions is tough. Protective clothing can be heavy and can cause overheating and sweating upon exertion. And hands and feet can grow numb despite wearing...
Survivability and Vulnerability
August 28, 2017 | Source: Lund University, lunduniversity.lu.se, 13 June 2017, Donatas Zigmantas
Silver Atom Nanoclusters Could Become Efficient Biosensors
Researchers have now managed to pinpoint what happens when light is absorbed by extremely small nanoclusters of silver atoms. The results may have useful application in the...