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Metallurgy Breakthrough: HRL Engineers 3D Print High-Strength Aluminum, Solve Ages-Old Welding...

HRL Laboratories, LLC, has made a breakthrough in metallurgy with the announcement that researchers at the famous facility have developed a technique for successfully...
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Researchers Use Novel Microreactor to Study Formation of Methane Hydrate, an...

Researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are using a novel means of studying how methane and water form methane hydrate that allows...
helium, solar cell, blood cancers, breast cancer, SIRT5, gut bacteria, stem cells, cancer, improved connectivity, enzyme sirtuin 6, prostate cancer, brain cancers, lithium-air fuel cell

Secrets of Superfluid Helium Explored

When Cornell physicists Robert Richardson, David Lee and Douglas Osheroff received the 1996 Nobel Prize for their discovery of the superfluid state of liquid...
liquid states

Surface Roughness Accelerates Liquid-liquid Transition

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have found that transition between two liquid states, characterized by different local structures, in a single-component substance can...
gold particles

Nanocages for Gold Particles: What Is Happening Inside?

In living organisms, free metal ions are stored and transported through proteins assembled into highly ordered structures such as protein cages via a reaction...
crystals

Creating Crystals from Gold

The team, from the Department of Surgery and Cancer, hope their findings, published in the journal Scientific Reports, could aid the discovery of new...
ice cloudvideo

Scientists Bear Witness to Birth of an Ice Cloud

Scientists have witnessed the birth of atmospheric ice clouds, creating ice cloud crystals in the laboratory and then taking images of the process through...
Glass Crystal

Not Your Typical “Cut Glass Crystal”

The Science To better move energy in solar cells and other devices, scientists need single, ordered crystals. The single crystals can handle tough environments while...
Printed Electronics, Cobalt-Palladium Thin Films, hybrid improper ferroelectrics, Crystal Vibrations, blood vessels, Natural Gas, butadiene, Metasurface, measure electrical current, solar cells, Aircraft Ice, Semiconductor, acoustic device, optical devices, Hybrid Electrolyte, electrical bistability, nanomagnets, magnetic circuits, capacitor, data storage, Transistors, Transistor, Electricity, solar cells, Ultrasound, Nucleation processes, micro robot

From Champagne Bubbles, Dance Parties and Disease to New Nanomaterials

Whether it is clouds or champagne bubbles forming, or the early onset of Alzheimer's disease or Type 2 diabetes, a common mechanism is at...
magnetic slippery

A ‘Magnetic Slippery Surface’ Improves De-icing

Icy conditions can be deadly, whether you're flying into bad weather or too close to power transmission lines during a storm. Researchers at the...
Parkinson’s

Tiny Changes in Parkinson’s Protein Can Have “dramatic” Impact on Processes...

Our hope is that this study will contribute to the global effort towards comprehending why people with these mutations get the disease more frequently,...
transformation of steel

Researchers gain a better understanding of the transformation of steel

Heating iron can alter its structure and is one of the methods for making various types of steel with different properties. That process is...
crystals

Nanoscale ‘baking tray’ helps create crystals

Scientists from Imperial College London have created a type of nanoscale 'baking tray' to help reveal the structure and shape of proteins. The team, from...
cloud

CLOUD shows pre-industrial skies cloudier than we thought

Our planet’s pre-industrial climate may have been cloudier than presently thought, shows CERN’s CLOUD experiment in two papers published today in Nature(link is external). CLOUD shows that organic...
nanoscale

Discovery of nanoscale dynamics in supersaturation ion networks

A joint University of Tokyo and Osaka University group used diffracted X-ray tracking to demonstrate that a supersaturated solution, a precursor state to crystal...
materials

The Artificial Materials That Came in From the Cold

It has often been said that nature is history’s greatest innovator and if that is true then scientists with the U.S. Department of Energy...

Bubble, bubble, at the flick of a switch

Boiling water, with its commotion of bubbles that rise from a surface as water comes to a boil, is central to most electric power...

Large-Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Water Nucleation —Success in Reproducing Laboratory...

Homogeneous nucleation from water vapor was reproduced using a large-scale molecular dynamics simulation. For the first time in the world, a molecular dynamics simulation has been used to reproduce water nucleation to achieve low nucleation rates achieved in laboratory experiments. ・A new theoretical model that satisfactorily reproduces all the data on...

Mystery solved: Why seashells’ mineral forms differently in seawater

For almost a century, scientists have been puzzled by a process that is crucial to much of the life in Earth’s oceans: Why does...

Theory details how ‘hot’ monomers affect thin-film formation

Rice, Maryland model offers better control for creation of thin-film electronics