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11.01.16Science Highlight

Smaller Is Not Always Better for Radiation Resistance

Scientists experimentally validated the predicted damage mechanism for materials in nuclear energy environments. Read More »

11.01.16Science Highlight

New Thin Membranes Can Self-repair Following Damage

Cell-membrane-like films precisely reconfigure to produce valuable materials by design. Read More »

09.01.16Science Highlight

Stretching a Metal into an Insulator

Straining a thin film controllably allows tuning of the materials’ magnetic, electronic, and catalytic properties, essential for new energy and electronic devices. Read More »

09.01.16Science Highlight

How to Fix Blinking Light-Emitting Nanoparticles

Scientists identified defects responsible for detrimental blinking that limits nanoparticle use in LEDs, solar cells, and lasers. Read More »

09.01.16Science Highlight

Inner Workings of Atomically Thin Transistors

Scientists reveal conductive edges and thread-like flaws using a specialized imaging technique of interest for next-generation electronics. Read More »

07.01.16Science Highlight

Separation of Electron’s Intrinsic Properties Revealed

Disentanglement reveals exotic magnetic properties in a ytterbium-based compound. Read More »

07.01.16Science Highlight

LED Lighting May Now Shine Brighter

Scientists apprehended the atomic-scale, microscopic mechanism that limits light emission in LED lighting. Read More »

07.01.16Science Highlight

New Molecule Predicted that Could Make Safer Batteries

Computer-designed molecular complex can be used in halogen-free electrolytes for batteries with superior performance. Read More »

01.01.15Science Highlight

How to Achieve Unconventional Superconductivity in a Heavy-Electron Metal

Microscopic understanding offers fresh directions for discovering new materials to transmit energy without loss. Read More »

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