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Engineers’ Zero-G Space Research Shows How to Build Stronger Metal Components

Engineers conducting experiments in the unique environment of microgravity – known as Zero-G – have gained important new insights into the way metals solidify....
watch-type sweat rate sensor

Finding Human Thermal Comfort with a Watch-type Sweat Rate Sensor

KAIST developed a watch-type sweat rate sensor. This subminiature device can detect human thermal comfort accurately and steadily by measuring an individual’s sweat rate. It...
thermal-conductivity

Researchers Solve ‘Four-Phonon’ Thermal-Conductivity Obstacle Key to Tech Applications

New findings have solved a longstanding obstacle in research to understand the effects of heat conduction in solid materials, a critical issue in many...
graphene

Thermal Gradients Shown to Enhance Spin Transport in Graphene

Scientists of the ICN2 Physics and Engineering of Nanodevices Group, led by ICREA Prof. Sergio O. Valenzuela, have contributed to the literature on spin...
thermal energy

A New Way to Store Thermal Energy

In large parts of the developing world, people have abundant heat from the sun during the day, but most cooking takes place later in...
laser

Laser-Focused: Chengyun Hua Turns the Heat up on Materials Research

In Chengyun Hua’s research, everything revolves around heat and how it moves. As a Russell Fellow at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National...
Solar-Thermal Conversion

A Low-Cost Method for Solar-Thermal Conversion That’s Simpler and Greener

Researchers led by Yuan Yang, assistant professor of materials science and engineering at Columbia Engineering, along with colleagues at the Department of Chemistry at Columbia...
gallium nitride wafer

Thinking Thin Brings New Layering and Thermal Abilities to the Semiconductor...

What would a simple technique to remove thin layers from otherwise thick, rigid semiconductor crystals mean for the semiconductor industry? This concept has been...

Thinking Thin Brings New Layering and Thermal Abilities to the Semiconductor...

In a breakthrough for the semiconductor industry, researchers demonstrate a new layer transfer technique called “controlled spalling” that creates many thin layers from a...