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  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    SCIENTISTS CREATE UV-ENABLED FLEXIBLE WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY

    To enable the development of wearable devices that possess advanced ultraviolet detection functions, scientists from NTU Singapore...

    Nanomaterials
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    DESIGNING NEW WAYS TO UNDERSTAND MATERIAL

    Matthias Young, an assistant professor in the University of Missouri College of Engineering, recently designed two techniques for understanding...

    Nanomaterials
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    NOVEL METHOD OF IMAGING SILICON ANODE DEGRADATION MAY LEAD TO BETTER BATTERIES

    A novel method of characterizing the structural and chemical evolution of silicon and a thin layer that governs battery stability may...

    Nanophysics Nanomaterials
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    RESEARCHERS FILM HUMAN VIRUSES IN LIQUID DROPLETS AT NEAR-ATOMIC DETAIL

    A pond in summer can reveal more about a fish than a pond in winter. The fish living in icy conditions might remain still enough to...

    Bio & Medicine
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    LIPID POLYMER ENABLES SAFE DELIVERY OF RNA DRUGS TO THE LUNGS

    Hokkaido University researchers in Japan created and tested a library of lipid-based compounds to find a way to safely and effectively...

    Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    DISCOVERING ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE IT SECTOR: CONTROLLING FERRIMAGNETS BY VOLTAGE

    The rapid increase in energy consumption related to digital technologies is a major global challenge. One key problem is the reduction...

    Nanophysics Nanomaterials
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    FILMING THE THERMAL DEATH OF ELECTRONS IN MATTER

    It is well known that an electric current increases the temperature of the material through which it is conducted due to the so-called...

    Nanophysics
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    VANDERBILT ENGINEER THE FIRST TO INTRODUCE LOW-POWER DYNAMIC MANIPULATION OF SINGLE NANOSCALE QUANTUM OBJECTS

    Led by Justus Ndukaife, assistant professor of electrical engineering, Vanderbilt researchers are the first to introduce an approach...

    Nanophysics
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    AN EFFECTIVE STRATEGY FOR PROTECTING SKYRMIONS IN QUANTUM COMPUTING DEVICES

    A magnetic skyrmion is a versatile topological object that can be used to carry information in future spintronic information processing...

    Nanophysics Nanomaterials
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    NEW STUDY UNVEILS NOVEL TECHNOLOGY FOR PLASMA SEPARATION USING MAGNETS

    A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently unveiled a hemolysis-free and highly efficient blood plasma separation platform....

    Bio & Medicine Nanophysics
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    AUTOMATICALLY STEERING EXPERIMENTS TOWARD SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY

    In the popular view of traditional science, scientists are in the lab hovering over their experiments, micromanaging every little detail....

    Science, Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    WORLD'S FIRST 'GREEN' SYNTHESIS OF PLASTICS FROM CO2

    By combining a CeO2 catalyst with atmospheric carbon dioxide, researchers from Osaka City University, Tohoku University, and Nippon...

    Polymers Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    SINGLE-PHASE COVALENT ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS MEMBRANES MAKE CO2-SELECTIVE SEPARATION POSSIBLE

    A research group led by Prof. Yang Weishen and Dr. Peng Yuan from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of...

    Science, Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY SYSTEM CREATED TO EXPERIMENT WITH MATERIALS

    Crystallization studies conducted in space laboratories, which are costly and unaffordable for most research laboratories, showed the...

    Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    LIQUID CORE FIBERS: A DATA RIVER RUNS THROUGH THEM

    Data and signals can be transmitted quickly and reliably with glass fibers-as long as the fiber does not break. Strong bending or tensile...

    Polymers Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    INTENTIONAL CRACKS AND WRINKLES PROVIDE LOW-COST OPTION FOR MEDICAL SCREENING

    Size matters when it comes to sorting biological materials. From identifying pathogens to screening for drug treatments, the ability...

    Science, Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    NEW POLYMER COMPOSITE FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELDING APPLICATIONS

    Scientists from NUST MISIS, South Ural State University and Joint Institute for Nuclear Research together with colleagues from Egypt,...

    Polymers Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF RUTHENIUM-COMPLEX-INDUCED DNA PHASE SEPARATION REVEALED

    The phenomenon of "liquid-liquid" phase separation of biological macromolecules in living cells regulates many cell activities.

    Biochemistry
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    CHEMISTS DISCOVER A KEY TO GREENER FOOD PRODUCTION

    Arguably the most important industrial advancement of the 20th century, the Haber-Bosch ammonia synthesis process essentially conquered...

    Materials Science
  • By Phys.org   -   Jul 31, 2021

    WATCHING LIGHT BREAK DOWN A MODEL PHOTOCATALYST IN NEAR REAL TIME

    Chemists create catalysts for use in industry and other applications. One of the methods to create these catalysts is by using light...

    Materials Science