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Parallel universes cross in Flatland

In 1884, Edwin Abbott wrote the novel Flatland: A Romance in Many Dimensions as a satire of Victorian hierarchy. He imagined a world that...

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IBM Unveils World's First 2 Nanometer Chip Technology, Opening a New Frontier for Semiconductors

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today unveiled a breakthrough in semiconductor design and process with the development of the world's first chip...

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Predicting the Performance of Catalysts

Green electricity should be available as soon as possible, at best from all power outlets: electrochemical processes are the basis for a...

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DNA robots designed in minutes instead of days

This video shows a DNA nanodevice made to look like an airplane in motion. The "airplane" is 1000 times smaller than the width of a human...

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World's fastest photo-exfoliation

Light-driven exfoliation from an organic crystal upon irradiation with 365 nm light to the lateral face of the crystal. @ Osaka City...

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Homing in on the smallest possible laser

At extremely low temperatures, matter often behaves differently than in normal conditions. At temperatures only a few degrees above...

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Electromagnetic levitation whips nanomaterials into shape

In order for metal nanomaterials to deliver on their promise to energy and electronics, they need to shape up -- literally. To deliver...

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THz emission spectroscopy reveals optical response of GaInN/GaN multiple quantum wells

A team of researchers at the Institute of Laser Engineering, Osaka University, in collaboration with Bielefeld University and Technical...

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Energy on Demand: Learning from Nature’s Catalysts

About 15 years ago, Simone Raugei started simulating chemistry experiments at the molecular level. Today, as part of a top-notch research...

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New boost in quantum technologies

Quantum computers or quantum sensors consist of materials that are completely different to their classic predecessors. These materials...

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Smart magnetic soft materials to develop artificial muscles and therapeutic robots

"The overarching idea of this research project is to influence different biological processes at the cellular level (i.e., wound healing,...

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Supersymmetry-inspired microlaser arrays pave way for powering chip-sized optical systems

The field of photonics aims to transform all manner of electronic devices by storing and transmitting information in the form of light,...

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In graphene process, resistance is useful

A Rice University laboratory has adapted its laser-induced graphene technique to make high-resolution, micron-scale patterns of the...

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Discovery of huge Raman scattering at atomic point contact

Nanofabrication of electronic devices has reached a single nanometer