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  • Scientists demonstrate first 3-D, atomic-scale, silicon quantum chip architecture

    Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Center of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T) in Sydney, Australia are the first to demonstrate a process for building atomic qubits in a 3-D device, which is a step towards building a universal quantum computer. details>>
  • Researchers develop method to control excitons and use them in energy-efficient electronics

    Scientists from the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (Switzerland) were the first to develop a method for controlling excitons, created when electrons absorb light and move to a higher energy level leaving a positively-charged hole in the previous energy band, and they have now demonstrated a way to control the properties of excitons and change the polarization of the light that they... details>>
  • MIT advancing research into spintronic memory devices with new process to make skyrmions

    Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass. have published three separate papers demonstrating the ability to produce record-setting, stable, and fast-moving skyrmions, magnetic quasi-particles with the potential for use in spintronics memory devices, at room temperature. details>>
  • After two decades of research, scientists create the first laser-cooled neutral plasma

    Researchers from Rice University (Dallas, Texas) completed 20 years of study by developing the first laser-cooled neutral plasma, which involves cooling clouds of expanding plasma to temperatures 50 times colder than deep space. details>>
  • Researchers create graphene-based terahertz detector, potential for use in wireless data transfer

    Researchers from the Moscow (Russia) Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), in collaboration with scientists from the U.K., Japan, and Italy, developed a terahertz radiation photodetector from bilayer graphene sandwiched between crystals of boron nitride and attached to a terahertz antenna. details>>
  • High-energy X-ray beams reveals secrets of reactions that lead to nanoscale crystal formation

    Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta used high-energy X-ray beams to visualize high-pressure (1,800 pounds per square inch), high-temperature (more than 200C) chemical reactions to determine what factors into the creation of different nanoscale crystalline structures in cobalt. details>>
  • Researchers demonstrate that electron spin is key to high-temperature superconductivity

    Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley, Calif.) discovered that electron spin is a key property to explain the high-temperature superconductivity of cuprates. details>>
  • Researchers use new tools to create phase diagram of high-temperature superconductor

    The study of superconductivity is frequently reaching new milestones, as researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory (Upton, N.Y.) used novel tools, called OASIS, to create a phase diagram of high-temperature superconductors. details>>
  • Scientists develop cost-effective, highly-efficient, flexible thermoelectric generator module

    Researchers at Osaka (Japan) University developed a cost-effective, large-scale, and highly-efficient flexible thermoelectric generator module (FlexTEG) that improves the thermoelectric conversion of waste heat from curved sources. details>>
  • Scientists develop phase-change materials triggered by light for thermal energy storage

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass. developed specially-designed photoswitching molecules that absorbs heat as it melts and releases thermal energy as it solidifies but only when triggered by light. details>>
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