<b>Advanced Materials Could Make Future Combat Systems Invisible, Says GlobalData</b>

Advanced Materials Could Make Future Combat Systems Invisible, Says GlobalData

Advanced Materials, in particular metamaterial-artificial composites, have great potential to make military systems invisible because of their unusual properties and potential applications in concealment, says GlobalData, a leading data and...
<b>Developing the fastest and most sensitive graphene microwave bolometer</b>

Developing the fastest and most sensitive graphene microwave bolometer

Schematics of the device, which consists of a graphene Josephson junction, which is integrated into a microwave circuit. Credit: ICFO Bolometers are devices that measure the power of incident electromagnetic radiation thru the heating of ma...
<b>Storing information and designing uncrackable codes with DNA</b>

Storing information and designing uncrackable codes with DNA

Researchers are exploring the unique information-carrying capacities of DNA, hoping to produce microscopic forms whose ability to encrypt, store and retrieve information rival those of the silicon-based semiconductor memories found in most c...
<b>A New Environmentally Friendly Method for Converting Ammonia into Hydrogen</b>

A New Environmentally Friendly Method for Converting Ammonia into Hydrogen

Northwestern University researchers have developed a highly effective, environmentally friendly method for converting ammonia into hydrogen. Outlined in a recent publication in the journal Joule , the new technique is a major step forward f...
<b>An analysis of the system-wide costs and benefits of using engineered nanomaterials on crop-based agr</b>

An analysis of the system-wide costs and benefits of using engineered nanomaterials on crop-based agr

A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in the U.S. has conducted an analysis of the system-wide costs and benefits of using engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) on crop-based agriculture. In their paper published in the journ...
<b>Protein molecules in cells function as miniature antennas</b>

Protein molecules in cells function as miniature antennas

A crystal of a red fluorescent protein placed in a combined instrument consisting of a fluorescence microscope and an X-ray diffractometer. The crystal glows red when illuminated by a blue laser beam. Researchers led by Josef Lazar of the I...
<b>2D nitrogenated crystals new potential rival for graphene</b>

2D nitrogenated crystals new potential rival for graphene

Researchers in South Korea have, for the first time, developed a simple technique to produce a two-dimensional nitrogen-containing crystal that has the capacity to be a potential rival to graphene and silicon as semi-conductor materials. Gr...
<b>Tuning nanomaterials at the atomic scale could transform clean energy technology</b>

Tuning nanomaterials at the atomic scale could transform clean energy technology

Using an innovative chemical strategy, a team of researchers have produced a new form of catalyst using the elements cobalt and titanium. The advantage of these elements is that they are much more abundant in nature than other commonly used ...
<b>Diamond discovery hints at energy efficient electronics</b>

Diamond discovery hints at energy efficient electronics

Researchers have made a discovery on how to control the way electric charges spin on a diamond's surface that could pave the way for a new type of diamond-powered energy efficient electronic devices....
<b>In the off-season, the internal integration of soda ash industry is taking shape</b>

In the off-season, the internal integration of soda ash industry is taking shape

In the off-season, the internal integration of soda ash industry is taking shape...