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  • Researchers show bubble-recoil could cool microchips in space

    Scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago, funded by NASA, have demonstrated how to utilize the minuscule force that is created by forming bubbles on a heated surface to mix liquid coolant around high-powered electronics, even in space. details>>
  • MIT studies interactions that affect way heat moves through microchips

    Researchers at MIT have provided useful insights into how crystal dislocations, disruptions in the three-dimensional structure of a crystal lattice, affect electrical and heat transport at a microscopic, quantum mechanical level details>>
  • International team of physicists study thermal conductivity of nanoislands

    An team of physicists have detailed how the vibrations of the atoms in the crystal lattice (phonons) of europium silicide (EuSi2) change depending on the nanostructure arrangement on a substrate of silicon. details>>
  • UMass researchers develop surface treatment for conducting thin films

    Engineers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have reported modeling results for electrical surface treatment of conducting thin films. details>>
  • Stanford researchers present prototype energy converter that uses graphene

    Researchers used previously abandoned satellite-powering technology and graphene instead of metal to develop a prototype energy converter that is almost seven times more efficient. details>>
  • Princeton engineers detail innovations to build intelligent cities

    As urban areas continue to expand to meet population and infrastructural needs, the future of cities is under intense scrutiny with engineers looking for new and sustainable models to build intelligent cities. details>>
  • Scientists publish research on creation of the first time crystal

    A team of researchers led by the University of Maryland reported the creation of an entirely new phase of matter, which they are calling a time crystal. details>>
  • PCS researchers explain electronics structure of graphene

    Physicists at the Center for Theoretical Physics of Complex Systems (PCS) and the Research Institute for Standards and Science (KRISS) created a model to explain the electronic structure of graphene with measurements from a new spectroscopic platform. details>>
  • UChicago students use heat to levitate objects in vacuum chamber

    A pair of undergraduate physics students at the University of Chicago (UChicago) demonstrated how to levitate a variety of objects, including glass bubbles, polyethylene spheres, and ice particles, using the movement of heat from a warm plate towards a chilled cylinder. details>>
  • Sandia Labs research uses kinetics not temperature to make ceramic coatings

    Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed a new process for creating ultrafine-grained ceramic coatings by slamming high-velocity submicron ceramic particles onto a surface at room temperature. details>>
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