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  • Nanostructure of silk fibers could lead to better understanding of heat transfer

    According to a report on the Purdue University website, researchers have discovered that the nanostructure of silkworm fibers causes Anderson localization of light, which confines light due to scattering and defects, and could help develop synthetic materials with the same properties. details>>
  • Researchers measure the temperature of 2-D materials at atomic level

    Researchers from the University of Illinois - Chicago (UIC) have developed a new technique for precisely measuring the temperature and behavior of novel 2-D materials that could be used to design smaller and faster microprocessors. details>>
  • Simulation methods to give scientists greater predictive power of material properties

    Scientists from IBM Research and the U.K. Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Center have created new simulation techniques for predicting the properties of new materials and expanding the conditions in which these predictions at the molecular level can be made with confidence. details>>
  • Flexible, water-repellent graphene circuits developed for washable electronics

    Scientists at Iowa State University (Ames, Iowa) used inkjet printing technology to build circuits on flexible materials using flakes of graphene that are then welded together with a rapid-pulse laser process that removes non-conductive binders and can be used on any surface, even paper. details>>
  • New methods could make spintronic devices more applicable

    Researchers at the University of California - Riverside (UCR) have developed methods for detecting signals from spintronic components composed of low-cost metals and silicon, which is a significant advance towards the application of spintronic devices in computing and data storage. details>>
  • Thermal infrared solution makes it possible for 360-degree view with single sensor

    A team of researchers at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have created a new solution for thermal infrared applications that allows for the folding of a 360-degree panoramic view on a single sensor matrix. details>>
  • Climate chamber allows for environmental testing in the lab

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU has developed a new climate chamber that allows for the testing of machines in different environmental conditions prior to shipping. details>>
  • Scientists create electron-hole liquid at room temperature

    Researchers at North Carolina State University (Raleigh, N.C.) have published a study that demonstrates the process for creating a liquid of electrons and electron holes at room temperature by perturbing monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDC). details>>
  • Study shows fluid-like heat flow in solid semiconductor at nanoscale

    Thanks to thermal imaging techniques, researchers at Purdue University (West Lafayette, Ind.) are now using the same hydrodynamic transport model that is used in the study of fluid flow to describe heat transport in solid semiconductors. details>>
  • Article explains how to achieve localized cooling with cold plates

    A recent article from Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS), a thermal engineering design and manufacturing company based in Norwood, Mass., explains the steps and calculations that are necessary for providing localized cooling using liquid cold plates. details>>
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