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05.26.17Science Highlight

Changing the Nature of Optics in One Step

Researchers invent a new single-step approach to constructing electromagnetic metamaterials uses tiny self-assembled pillars in composite films. Read More »

05.26.17Science Highlight

Tricking Molecules into Creating New Nano-shapes

Scientists coax simple molecules into forming complex three-dimensional structures for faster, more energy-efficient electronics. Read More »

05.01.17Science Highlight

Casting a Wide Net

Designed molecules will provide positive impacts in energy production by selectively removing unwanted ions from complex solutions. Read More »

05.01.17Science Highlight

Finding the Correct Path

A new computational technique greatly simplifies the complex reaction networks common to catalysis and combustion fields. Read More »

04.20.17Science Highlight

Deciphering Material Properties at the Single-Atom Level

Scientists determine the precise location and identity of all 23,000 atoms in a nanoparticle. Read More »

04.20.17Science Highlight

Smallest Transistor Ever

Atomically flat materials used to fabricate the world’s smallest transistor. Read More »

04.20.17Science Highlight

Creation of Artificial Atoms

Controlling electrons in graphene opens a new path to potential electronic devices. Read More »

04.20.17Science Highlight

Electronic “Cyclones” at the Nanoscale

New state of matter holds promise for ultracompact data storage and processing. Read More »

04.18.17Science Highlight

Developing Tools to Understand Lithium-Ion Battery Instabilities

Enabling study of interface thickness evolution on high-capacity battery electrodes. Read More »

03.01.17Science Highlight

Ultrafast Imaging Reveals the Electron’s New Clothes

Scientists use high-speed electrons to visualize “dress-like” distortions in the atomic lattice. Read More »

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