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02.24.15FROM THE LABS

To Understand Heat Transfer, ORNL Team Takes Unprecedented Neutron Images of Refrigerant Flow Through Heat ExchangersExternal link

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have captured undistorted snapshots of refrigerants flowing through small heat exchangers, helping to further elucidate characteristics of heat transfer. Read More »

Michigan University 02.23.15University Research

Beyond SiliconExternal link

Researchers at the University of Michigan contruct a new semiconductor that moves spintronics toward reality. Read More »

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 02.23.15University Research

Novel Crumpling Method Takes Flat Graphene From 2D to 3DExternal link

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a unique single-step process to achieve three-dimensional (3D) texturing of graphene and graphite. Read More »

02.23.15FROM THE LABS

Speeding Up the EpochsExternal link

Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have created a new model that quickly shows if and when minerals form, which could be vital to creating cleaner energy. Read More »

02.20.15FROM THE LABS

Searching for Signs of a Force from the 'Dark Side' in Particle Collisions at RHICExternal link

Data from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and other experiments nearly rule out role of 'dark photons' as an explanation for the 'g-2' anomaly. Read More »

02.20.15FROM THE LABS

Shape-shifting Groups of Nanorods Release Heat DifferentlyExternal link

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have revealed previously unobserved behaviors that show how details of the transfer of heat at the nanoscale cause nanoparticles to change shape in ensembles. Read More »

Chicago University 02.20.15University Research

New Solder for Semiconductors Creates Technological PossibilitiesExternal link

A research team led by the University of Chicago’s Dmitri Talapin has demonstrated how semiconductors can be soldered and still deliver good electronic performance. Read More »

Rutgers University 02.20.15University Research

Rutgers-Led Research Team Makes Major Stride in Explaining 30-Year-Old ‘Hidden Order’ Physics MysteryExternal link

Findings may lead to new kinds of materials for electronics and superconducting magnets. Read More »

02.20.15FROM THE LABS

Semiconductor Works Better When Hitched to GrapheneExternal link

Experiments at SLAC show potential for graphene-based organic electronic devices. Read More »

California Institute of Technology 02.18.15University Research

How Iron Feels the HeatExternal link

Recent work at Caltech in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science provides evidence for how iron's magnetism plays a role in the arrangement of when the iron atoms changes several times before melting—an understanding that could help researchers develop better and stronger steel. Read More »

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