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December 2019
Scientists Develop a new Concept of Mathematical Modeling

Mathematical modeling of locally nonequilibrium transfer processes and methods

A team of scientists from the Research Center "Fundamental Problems of Thermophysics and Mechanics" of the Samara Polytech is engaged in the construction of new mathematical models and the search for methods for their study in relation to a wide range of locally nonequilibrium transport processes in va
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12/30/2019
Harnessing hot Carriers for High Efficiency Solar Cells

Crystal structure of a two-dimensional hybrid perovskite with long hot-carrier cooling time.

Two-dimensional solar materials may offer a way to extract more energy from sunlight. By tuning the structure of a 2D perovskite solar material, researchers from KAUST and the Georgia Institute of Technology have shown they can prolong the lifetime of highly energetic hot carriers generated by light striking th
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12/30/2019
MRI Predict Intelligence Levels in Children?
A group of researchers from the Skoltech Center for Computational and Data-Intensive Science and Engineering (CDISE) took 4th place in the international MRI-based adolescent intelligence prediction competition. For the first time ever, the Skoltech scientists used ensemble methods based on deep learning 3D networks to
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12/27/2019

Lasers Learn to Accurately Spot Space Junk

Beijing Fangshan Satellite Laser Observatory.

Chinese researchers have improved the accuracy in detecting space junk in earth's orbit, providing a more effective way to plot safe routes for spacecraft maneuvers. "The possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to one!" exclaimed C-3PO as Han Solo directed t
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12/26/2019
Development of Ceramic Materials That are IR-Transparent

FESEM images of Y2O3?MgO composite SPS ceramics sintered at 1100 (a), 1200 (b), 1250 (c) and 1300°C (d)

Scientists from Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) teamed up with colleagues from Institute of Chemistry (FEB RAS), Institute for Single Crystals (Ukraine), and Shanghai Institute of Ceramics (Chinese Academy of Sciences) to develop Y2O3?MgO nanocomposite ceramics with uniform distribution of two phases, mi
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12/26/2019
Paving the way for Spintronic RAMs: Powerful Spin Phenomenon

The proposed combination of materials serves as a memory unit by supporting read and write operations.

Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) explore a new material combination that sets the stage for magnetic random access memories, which rely on spin--an intrinsic property of electrons-- and could outperform current storage devices. Their breakthrough published in a new study describes a novel st
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12/26/2019
Brain-Like Functions Emerging in a Metallic Nanowire Network

(a) Micrograph of the neuromorphic network fabricated by this research team. The network contains of numerous junctions between nanowires, which operate as synaptic elements.

An international joint research team led by NIMS succeeded in fabricating a neuromorphic network composed of numerous metallic nanowires. Using this network, the team was able to generate electrical characteristics similar to those associated with higher order brain functions unique to humans, such as memorization, le
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12/26/2019
Silicon Quantum Bits Establish a Long-Distance Relationship

Researchers at Princeton University have made an important step forward in the quest to build a quantum computer using silicon components, which are prized for their low cost and versatility....

Imagine a world where people could only talk to their next-door neighbor, and messages must be passed house to house to reach far destinations. Until now, this has been the situation for the bits of hardware that make up a silicon quantum computer, a type of quantum computer with the potential to be cheape
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12/26/2019
Full Noncontact Laser Ultrasound: First Human Data

(a) A simplified schematic of the laser ultrasound system. (b) Photograph of a volunteers forearm during laser ultrasound imaging. A green tracking laser is visible to show where the measurement spot is located on the skin. (c) A laser ultrasound image of a volunteer's forearm. (d) A matching conventional ultrasound image of the same region that verifies features detected using laser ultrasound

For most patients, ultrasound is a relatively painless procedure. Conventional ultrasound is safe, low-cost, non-ionizing, and one of the most commonly used imaging modalities worldwide. In a typical exam, a clinician presses an ultrasound probe with gel on the skin surface to generate an image at the desired lo
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12/26/2019
Engineer Helps Keep US Nuclear Deterrent Safe From Radiation

Sandia National Laboratories' Alan Mar was recognized this year by the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers.

When nuclear radiation hits electronics, it cuts through semiconductors, leaving scars of charged particles that can flip computing bits and corrupt memory circuits, potentially disabling devices or causing erratic errors. Alan Mar Sandia National Laboratories' Alan Mar was recognized this year by the So
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12/24/2019
2D Materials: Arrangement of Atoms Measured in Silicene

A low-temperature atomic force microscope with a single carbon atom at the tip allows quantitative measurement of forces between sample and tip. With two-dimensional silicon (silicene), surface buckling can be quantitatively determined.

Silicene consists of a single layer of silicon atoms. In contrast to the ultra-flat material graphene, which is made of carbon, silicene shows surface irregularities that influence its electronic properties. Now, physicists from the University of Basel have been able to precisely determine this corrugated structure. As
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12/24/2019
Bochum Team Wins 2nd Place in Machine-Learning Competition

The successful team Thomas Hammerschmidt (left) and Yury Lysogorskiy.

With their algorithm for material-property prediction, Dr. Yury Lysogorskiy and Dr. Thomas Hammerschmidt of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulation Icams of Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) won the second place in an international competition on machine learning. The secret of their success wa
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12/23/2019
Space-Time Metasurface Makes Light Reflect in one Direction

An illustration showing the concept of a space-time phase modulated metasurface consisting of resonating dielectric nanoantennas operating in reflection mode.

Light propagation is usually reciprocal meaning that the trajectory of light travelling in one direction is identical from that in the opposite direction. Breaking reciprocity can make light propagate only in one direction. Optical components that support such unidirectional flow of light, for example isolators an
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12/23/2019
Computing with Molecules: Big Step in Molecular Spintronics

Each molecule can be separately addressed with a scanning tunneling microscope and switched between the states by applying a positive or negative voltage.

Spintronics or spin electronics in contrast to conventional electronics uses the spin of electrons for sensing, information storage, transport, and processing. Potential advantages are nonvolatility, increased data processing speed, decreased electric power consumption, and higher integration densities compared to
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12/23/2019
Capturing CO2 from Trucks, Reducing Their Emissions by 90%

Researchers at EPFL have patented a new concept that could cut trucks' CO2 emissions by almost 90%. It involves capturing CO2 within the exhaust system, converting it into a liquid and storing it on the vehicle. The liquid CO2 would then be delivered to a service station and where it will be turned back into fuel using renewable energy.

In Europe, transport is responsible for nearly 30% of the total CO2 emissions, of which 72% comes from road transportation. While the use of electric vehicles for personal transportation could help lower that number, reducing emissions from commercial transport - such as trucks or buses - is a much greater challenge. Researchers at EPFL h
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12/23/2019
Stretchable Vibration-Powered Device Uses a Liquid Electret

The newly developed liquid electret material (left) and the bendable and stretchable vibration-powered device (middle and right).

NIMS and AIST developed a liquid electret material capable of semi-permanently retaining static electricity. They subsequently combined this material with soft electrodes to create the first bendable, stretchable vibration-powered device in the world. Because this device is highly deformable and capable of converting ve
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12/23/2019
Electronics at the Speed of Light

This is an illustration of how electrons can be imagined to move between two arms of a metallic nanoantenna, driven by a single-cycle light wave.

Contemporary electronic components, which are traditionally based on silicon semiconductor technology, can be switched on or off within picoseconds (i.e. 10-12 seconds). Standard mobile phones and computers work at maximum frequencies of several gigahertz (1 GHz = 109 Hz) while individual transistors can approach on
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12/23/2019
New Composite Nano-Barrier Strengthens Spacecraft Payloads
The University of Surrey has developed a robust multi-layed nano-barrier for ultra-lightweight and stable carbon fibre reinforced polymers (CFRPs) that could be used to build high precision instrument structures for future space missions. CFRP is used in current space missions, but its applications are limit
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12/23/2019
Rivian Announces $1.3 Billion Funding led by T. Rowe Price
Rivian has closed an investment round of $1.3 billion. The financing was led by funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. Amazon, Ford Motor Company and funds managed by BlackRock also participated in the round. "This investment demonstrates confidence in our team, products, techno
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12/23/2019
Carbon-Free Energy Deepens Penetration in North America
The transition from carbon-intensive generation to clean and renewable energy is picking up the pace in the United States, finds DNV GL’s latest Energy Transition Outlook report. However, unlike many other regions, the transition is being driven sub-nationally by cities, states, and corporations due to the lack of supportive federal regulations. The way the energy transition is unfolding in the U.S. is the result of market forces and technological developments and costs, rather than governmental mandates. Cities and states are front-line players in the energy transition. States like New York, California, and
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12/23/2019
Nuvera Advances Automated Fuel Cell Facility in China
Nuvera Fuel Cells, LLC, is pleased to announce construction of a fuel cell stack production line in the Hangzhou district government of Fuyang, China. A ground-breaking ceremony was held on Dec. 17, 2019 attended by Lucien Robroek, CEO and Jon Taylor, President of Nuvera, along with Fuyang government officials. In December 2018, Nuvera signed
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12/20/2019
Smart Wires Announces $75 Million Growth Equity Financing
Smart Wires announces a $75 million growth equity financing led by Lime Rock New Energy.  Lime Rock New Energy financed the first tranche of the financing this week to provide growth capital to the company as it deploys its SmartValve solutions with customers on four continents in 2020. Smart Wires power fl
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12/20/2019
New Security System to Revolutionize Communications Privacy

A new uncrackable security system created by researchers at the University of St Andrews, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and Center for Unconventional Processes of Sciences (CUP Sciences) is set to revolutionize communications privacy.

New computer chip enables information to be sent from user to user using a one-time un-hackable communication Technology overcomes major threat of quantum computers, which are soon predicted to be able to crack existing communication methods The method uses existing communication networks and takes up les
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12/20/2019
A New Way to Optimize Light Exposure Can Reduce Jet Lag
Whether you’re traveling for work or for fun, nothing ruins the start of a trip quite like jet lag. Engineers affiliated with the Lighting Enabled Systems & Applications (LESA) Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a way to deliver personalized advice using smart wearable technology th
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12/19/2019
GaN Systems and SPARX Advance GaN in Electric Vehicles

The All-GaN Vehicle

GaN Systems announces that SPARX Group "Mirai Creation Fund II (“Mirai fund”)" has made an investment in GaN Systems. Mirai fund provides capital to companies with the goal of accelerating innovation, Vehicle Electrification being one of the major targets, to generate a "new power" that wi
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12/17/2019
Thermoelectric Materials for Cheaper Renewable Energy
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed new thermoelectric materials, which could provide a low-cost option for converting heat energy into electricity. Materials known as halide perovskites have been proposed as affordable alternatives to existing thermoelectric materials, however s
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12/17/2019
MIPT Researchers Close in on new Nonvolatile Memory

Members of the research team that conducted the experiment, standing in front of the high-energy X-ray photoemission spectroscopy setup at the PETRA III synchrotron in Hamburg, Germany. Left to right: Andrei Gloskovskii, Yury Matveyev, Dmitry Negrov, Vitalii Mikheev, and Andrei Zenkevich.

Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, along with their colleagues from Germany and the U.S., have achieved a breakthrough on the way to new types of nonvolatile memory devices. The team came up with a unique method for measuring the electric potential distribution across a ferroelectric ca
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12/17/2019
Argonne-led Team Wins Technology Challenge at SC19

An Argonne-led collaboration won the first SCinet Technology Challenge at SC19 in November, for their work on real-time streaming data analysis. Argonne team members Ian Foster, Zhengchun Liu, Tekin Bicer and Michael E. Papka share some time with the award.

An extensive collaboration led by Argonne recently won the Inaugural SCinet Technology Challenge at the Supercomputing 19 conference by demonstrating real-time analysis of light source data from Argonne's APS to the ALCF. Accelerator-based light sources -- large-scale instruments used to in
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12/17/2019
Consider Marine Life When Adding Offshore Renewable Power

This is a photograph of offshore wind turbines.

With countries such as Iceland, Costa Rica, New Zealand, and Norway adopting green energy practices, renewable energy now accounts for a third of the world's power. As this trend continues, more and more countries are looking to offshore energy sources to produce this renewable energy. In an Opinion publishing Dec
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12/17/2019
A New Playbook for Interference

This is a schematic of an interference experiment in which two photons are produced in different buildings, are generated by different sources and have different colors.

Particles can sometimes act like waves, and photons (particles of light) are no exception. Just as waves create an interference pattern, like ripples on a pond, so do photons. Physicists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their colleagues have achieved a major new feat -- creating a
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12/17/2019
Clemson Materials Research may Advance Quantum Computing

Joseph W. Kolis, Tobey-Beaudrot Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, has received new funding from the Department of Energy to rationally design new quantum materials for use in quantum computing.

An emerging technology called quantum computing may soon be capable of solving incredibly complex problems that are beyond the capacity of today's most powerful supercomputers. When this eventually happens, quantum computing will revolutionize a range of fields, including encryption and cybersecurity, drug discovery and
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12/17/2019
Powercast Wireless Power Tech Chosen for Electronic Bag Tag

ViewTag uses Powercast's wireless power technology to preserve battery life in its ViewTag Electronic Bag Tag (EBT) so it can be reused over 3000 times.

Powercast Corporation announced that ViewTag has selected its Powerharvester Chipset for battery management so that the ViewTag Electronic Bag Tag (EBT) can be reused over 3000 times. The digital ViewTag snaps onto luggage and allows customers to tag their own bags, reducing their airport check-in experience t
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12/16/2019
Freestanding Microwire-Array Enables Flexible Solar Window
TSCs are emerging devices that combine the advantages of visible transparency and light-to-electricity conversion. One of the valuable prospective applications of such devices is their integration into buildings, vehicles, or portable electronics. Therefore, colour-perception and flexibility are important as we
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12/16/2019
A Flaky Option Boosts Organic Solar Cells
An inexpensive material, made from tungsten disulfide flakes just a few atoms thick, has helped to improve the performance of organic solar cells1. The discovery by KAUST researchers could be an important step toward bringing these photovoltaic cells into wider use for generating clean electricity. Most solar cel
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12/16/2019
AI may Help Scientists Make Spray-on Solar Cells

UCF's Jayan Thomas led the team in reviewing more than 2,000 peer-reviewed publications about perovskites and collecting more than 300 data points that were fed into the AI system the team created. The system was able to analyze the information and predict which perovskites recipe would work best.

Artificial Intelligence may be just the thing to accelerate spray-on solar cell technology, which could revolutionize how consumers use energy. A research team at the University of Central Florida used Machine Learning, aka Artificial Intelligence to optimize the materials used to make perovskite solar cel
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12/16/2019
Creating a Nanoscale on-off Switch for Heat

Research assistant Wei Gong, master's student Xiao Luo, and Associate Professor Sheng Shen of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University

Polymers are used to develop various materials, such as plastics, nylons, and rubbers. In their most basic form, they are made up of many of identical molecules joined together over and over, like a chain. If you engineer molecules to join together in specific ways, you can control the characteristics of the re
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12/16/2019
Get Ready for a new Periodic Table

The Making of a Quantum Dot "Molecule".

Are you ready for the future? Back in 1869, Russia's Dmitri Mendeleev began to classify the elements according to their chemical properties, giving rise to the Periodical Table of Elements. "I saw in a dream a table where all elements fell into place as required. Awakening, I immediately wrote it down on a p
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12/16/2019
Pfingsten Invests in Environmental Lights
Environmental Lights announced it has been acquired by Pfingsten Partners, L.L.C. Pfingsten is an operationally-driven private equity firm focused on long-term value creation. Pfingsten has acquired 139 manufacturing, distribution and business services companies since inception in 1989. "Pfingsten's experience in the
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12/13/2019
H2O Degree Announces New Website Launch
H2O Degree announces the launch of their redesigned website. The new website features a streamlined design and improved functionality while providing easy access to essential information to help property managers implement utility management, water leak detection and energy conservation programs in multi-tenant
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12/12/2019
Retail Energy Customers in U.S. Looking to Energy Providers
DNV GL recently completed its annual U.S. Competitive Energy Sales Strategies Survey, a comprehensive survey exploring interconnected relationships between competitive energy providers, commercial customers, and the aggregator, broker, and consulting (ABC) companies who support the industry. The survey found th
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12/12/2019
Green Hydrogen: Research to Enhance Efficiency

This is the main author of the study, Aleksandr Bashkatov from the Institute of Fluid Dynamics.

Laboratory experiments and a parabolic flight campaign have enabled an international team of researchers from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) to gain new insights into water electrolysis, in which hydrogen is obtained from water by applying electric energy. Water electrolysis could play a key ro
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12/12/2019
Here's What Police Know About Digital Evidence

A new study analyzes how well police officers identify digital evidence on crime scenes.

In today's criminal justice system, a Play Station and iPhone are just as important pieces of evidence as eyewitness accounts. Yet, there isn't a strong understanding as to how police officers identify digital evidence - everything from a laptop to a smart television - in the field. Thomas Holt, professor of criminal
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12/12/2019
AVX Sponsors GEOX DRAGON All-Electric Formula-E Team
AVX Corporation has announced its continued support of the GEOX DRAGON Formula-E racing team for the new 2019–2020 ABB FIA Formula-E Championship racing season, which kicked off in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, on Friday, November 22. For the second-straight year, AVX is partnering with Mouser Electronics, TTI, Inc., an
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12/11/2019
$400K from NSF Will Grow Cyberinfrastructure at Clarkson
The National Science Foundation recently awarded $400,000 to Clarkson University to construct a new high-performance computing cluster to support data and computationally intensive projects. This funding will facilitate the creation of a new computational cluster, "Accelerating Computational Research
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12/10/2019
Ducted Wind Turbines Wins Grant from Department of Energy
Ducted Wind Turbines, the company formed by Clarkson University Associate Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering Ken Visser and his team has won a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), with funding from the DOE’s Office of
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12/10/2019
Sager's Power Solutions Center Earns UL 508A Certification
Sager Electronics announced its Power Solutions Center located in Carrollton, TX has been certified as an UL 508A panel shop. UL 508A certification is an industrial control panel directive certifying an assembly meets the standards of electrical inspection. For 125 years Underwriter’s Laboratories has been
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12/09/2019
SOT-MRAM Memory Cell Compatible with 300mm Si CMOS Tech

This is a schematic of the STT-MRAM cell (Two Terminal Device).

Researchers at Tohoku University have announced the demonstration of high-speed spin-orbit-torque (SOT) magnetoresistive random access memory cell compatible with 300 mm Si CMOS technology. The demand for low-power and high-performance integrated circuits (ICs) has been increasing as artificial intelligence (AI) and
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12/09/2019
Detours may Make Batteries Better

An illustration shows a battery's cathode undergoing phase transition from iron phosphate (FP) to lithium iron phosphate (LFP) during charging. Simulations by Rice University scientists showed that adding defects -- distortions in their crystal lattices -- could help batteries charge faster.

Here's a case where detours speed up traffic. The result may be better batteries for transportation, electronics and solar energy storage. Scientists at Rice University's Brown School of Engineering have discovered that placing specific defects in the crystalline lattice of lithium iron phosphate-based cathodes br
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12/09/2019
DOE Gives $5 Million for Computational Approaches to Biology
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to provide $5 million to develop new computational tools and software for analyzing the masses of genomics and other data generated by today's systems biology research. "The rapid development of technologies for high-throughput screening of genomes, p
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12/08/2019
Electronic map Reveals 'Rules of the Road' in Superconductor

This band structure map for a single crystal of iron selenide is akin to a road map that describes how traffic rules change for electrons as the material cools and the crystal lattice changes shape, becoming elongated in one direction.

Using a clever technique that causes unruly crystals of iron selenide to snap into alignment, Rice University physicists have drawn a detailed map that reveals the "rules of the road" for electrons both in normal conditions and in the critical moments just before the material transforms into a superconductor. In a study o
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12/08/2019
Gamma-Ray Laser Moves a Step Closer to Reality

Allen Mills is a professor in the UC Riverside Department of Physics and Astronomy.

A physicist at the University of California, Riverside, has performed calculations showing hollow spherical bubbles filled with a gas of positronium atoms are stable in liquid helium. The calculations take scientists a step closer to realizing a gamma-ray laser, which may have applications in medical imaging,
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12/08/2019
Astronomy Fellowship on how to Increase Diversity in STEM
In 2017, the Heising-Simons Foundation -- a family foundation that works in climate and clean energy, science, education, and human rights -- established the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship to support early-career astronomers engaged in planetary research. Just over a year later, the Foundation announced that it would ov
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12/08/2019
Graphene Takes off in Composites for Planes and Cars
The Graphene Flagship brought together top European researchers and companies to discuss the most disruptive ways graphene could enhance composites used in the aerospace, automotive and energy industries. The multidisciplinary team involved researchers from academic institutions, business enterprises such as Gr
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12/06/2019
Fusion by Strong Lasers

Accelerator tunnel at the European XFEL

Nuclear physics usually involves high energies, as illustrated by experiments to master controlled nuclear fusion. One of the problems is how to overcome the strong electrical repulsion between atomic nuclei which requires high energies to make them fuse. But fusion could be initiated at lower energies with el
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12/06/2019
Top Battery Technology Expert Joins Tydrolyte Advisory Board

Robert Galyen, one of the industry’s top battery technology experts, has joined Tydrolyte’s Advisory Board.

Tydrolyte LLC announced that Robert Galyen, one of the industry’s top battery technology experts, has joined Tydrolyte’s Advisory Board. Galyen joins other notable professionals and battery experts on the advisory board, including the Honorable Stephen L. Johnson, former administrator for the Environmental Pr
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12/05/2019
Mouser Electronics Adds New ECAD Functionalities to Website
Mouser Electronics, Inc., is pleased to announce new features to the ECAD resources on its millions of product detail pages on its website, Mouser.com. Together with SamacSys, a global leader in electronic component library solutions, Mouser provides customers with an array of design resources including PCB fo
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12/05/2019
DOE funds UT Austin Engineers w/ Geothermal Energy Ecosystem
With a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Cockrell School of Engineering is launching a unique initiative that aims to make The University of Texas at Austin a national hub for geothermal energy expertise and startups. The new Geothermal Entrepreneurship Organization (GEO) will bring together en
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12/05/2019
MacDermid Alpha Solutions Announces Kester Acquisition
MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions announced that it has acquired Kester from Illinois Tool Works Inc. Kester is a global supplier of assembly materials used in electronics assembly and semiconductor applications. The business has manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and Germany and its products serve cus
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12/03/2019
Wencor's Distribution Partnership With Korry Electronics
Korry Electronics Co. has selected Wencor as their exclusive aftermarket distribution partner within Europe, Middle East, and the Americas effective immediately. Under the new agreement, Wencor will support the commercial and general aviation markets with Korry human-machine interface (HMI) solutions which includes sw
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12/03/2019