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Researchers have actually recognized the weak molecular forces that hold together a small, self-assembling box with effective possibilities. The research study shows an useful application of a force typical... Read more »

‘Pinning down’ how salty droplets dry

IMAGE: This is a macroscopic pattern of re-crystallization with coffee-ring result. (left) the preliminary concentration 8.4 percent (right) 0.47 percent. view more  Credit: Rei Kurita Tokyo,Japan – Researchers from... Read more »

A new ‘periodic table’ for nanomaterials

IMAGE: Molecules connect and line up with each other as they self-assemble. This new simulation makes it possible for to discover exactly what particles finest connect with each other... Read more »

Army plans to license nanogalvanic aluminum powder discovery

IMAGE: Army scientist Anthony J. Roberts includes one gram of aluminum nano powder to urine to release hydrogen throughout a chain reaction. Researchers engineering the nano powder at the... Read more »

Recycled electrical products lead to hazardous chemicals appearing in everyday items

IMAGE: Dr Andrew Turner with items made from black plastic that were evaluated as part of the research study. see more Credit: University of Plymouth Hazardouschemicals such as bromine,... Read more »

The dispute about the origins of terahertz photoresponse in graphene results in a draw

IMAGE: Photoresponse in graphene. view more  Credit: Lion_on_helium, MIPT press workplace Physicists at MIPT and their British and Russian associates exposed the systems resulting in photocurrent in graphene under... Read more »

Startup scales up CNT membranes to make carbon-zero fuels for less than fossil fuels

Mattershift, an NYC-based start-up with alumni from MIT and Yale has actually accomplished a development in making carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes at big scale. The start-up is establishing the... Read more »