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UCLA Researchers Create New Kind of Superlattice

A collaboration of engineers and scientists led by UCLA has developed a method for creating a new kind of superlattice that use alternating layers...

New Technique Developed by Rice Researchers Paves the Way for Better 2-D Catalysts

A recent study’s been carried out by Rice University researchers that take a deeper look into hydrogen-producing atom-thick catalysts that to see just where...

Engineers Develop World’s Most Functional and Flexible Transistor

As well creating the most functional, flexible transistor in the world, the team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has also come up with a...

Quantum Technology Takes Another Leap Forward by Bending Photons

We've known for quite some time now of the potential for using photon entanglement in quantum computing. But, one of the main problems when...

Researchers Develop an Artificial Skin That Can Help Robots Sense Temperature

A breakthrough in stretchable electronics has been made this month as researchers from the University of Houston develop an artificial skin that allows a...

Is Heat Energy the New Alternative Fuels Source?

Thankfully most countries around the world are now on board with trying to make the world a greener, more safer place to live, and...

Researchers Find a Way to Heal Defective Solar Cells With Light

Perovskite is a material that could be the next big thing in the solar industry. Researchers have now discovered how to heal defects in...

Is it the End of the Road for Silicon Chips?

Everything moves so fast in the technology world. Although silicon chips have been useful in the past, they are quickly becoming out of date...

UM’s New Nanoparticle Research Could Lead to Cloaking Technology

Nanoparticle research from a team at the University of Michigan has the potential to improve the efficacy of LED lighting by as much as...

New Methods of Controlling Electrons Could be Major in Quantum Computing

UCLA researchers HongWen Jiang, professor of physics, and graduate student, Joshua Schoenfield have discovered a method for controlling and measuring the valley states of...