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  • Scientists make breakthrough that could make infrared cameras more cost-effective

    Scientists from the University of Chicago (Ill.) made a breakthrough using quantum dots that could make the manufacture of infrared cameras easier, faster, and more cost-effective and could make those cameras more readily available for applications such as smartphones and autonomous vehicles. details>>
  • Researchers develop new thermal energy storage solution for industrial processes

    Researchers from the University of South Australia (Adelaide) developed a system that uses renewable energy from solar or wind sources and a bed of rocks or phase-change materials to store thermal energy and can deliver industrial heat ranging from 150-700C. details>>
  • Researchers develop new method for synthesizing nanographene on metal oxides

    Researchers from Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat (FAU) Erlangen-Nurnberg (Germany) demonstrated a method for forming nanographene on metal oxides, which has hampered previous attempts at using graphene in nanoelectronics. details>>
  • Researchers reveal that aligned layers of 2-D semiconductors can turn into quantum machines

    Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley, Calif.) developed a method for stacking two-dimensional layers of tungsten disulfide and tungsten diselenide into superlattices that turned the semiconductors into quantum material. details>>
  • Scientists observe water droplets heating up and moving on the dayside of the Moon

    NASA scientists used the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) to observe the movement of water molecules on the dayside of the Moon and the Lyman Alpha Mapping Project (LAMP) provided measurements of the layer of water molecules stuck to the lunar surface and how it changes during the day. details>>
  • Scientists use hydrogels and solar power to produce moisture harvester for clean water

    Researchers at the University of Texas (UT) at Austin utilized solar power and hydrogels, gel-polymer hybrids that can retain large amounts of water, to produce a device that absorbs moisture from the air and turns it into potable water. details>>
  • Scientists create ultra-lightweight ceramic aerogel that can withstand extreme temperatures

    Researchers from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and eight other research institutions, created an ultra-lightweight, durable, ceramic aerogel that can withstand extreme temperatures and could be used as insulation for aerospace applications. details>>
  • Researchers develop method for standardizing production of nanowires on silicon semiconductors

    Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) found a method for controlling and standardizing the production of nanowires on silicon surfaces, which could enable new optical functionality to electronic chips. details>>
  • Researchers develop new material that is thermal insulator but conducts electricity

    Researchers from the Vienna (Austria) University of Technology (TU Wien) demonstrated a new effect in clathrates, crystals with a specific lattice structure that isolates individual atoms, in which the material is both a thermal insulator and a conductor of electricity. details>>
  • Researchers make breakthrough that could lead to nanoelectronics based on graphene

    A team of researchers from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Center for Nanostructured Graphene, which was created explicitly for studying the electrical properties of graphene, and Aalborg University developed a method for creating and controlling a bandgap in graphene to enable the production of nanoscale electronics. details>>
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