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Protactinium and Its Periodic Intersection08.27.18Science Highlight

Protactinium and Its Periodic Intersection

The element’s unusual electron structure and behavior are vital to understanding and exploiting the chemical bonding and reactivity of the heavy elements. Read More »

Riding the Wave of Liquid:Liquid Interfaces08.27.18Science Highlight

Riding the Wave of Liquid:Liquid Interfaces

Crests of watery waves breaking in oil may be the gatekeepers to transport vital chemicals in industrial separation process. Read More »

Reducing Friction with an Onion-Like Carbon Material08.21.18Science Highlight

Reducing Friction with an Onion-Like Carbon Material

Researchers developed a new self-generating lubricant with great potential for industrial applications. Read More »

Sugar-Coated Sheets Selectively Target Pathogens07.18.18Science Highlight

Sugar-Coated Sheets Selectively Target Pathogens

Researchers design self-assembling nanosheets that mimic the surface of cells. Read More »

Steering Light with Dynamic Lens-on-MEMS07.18.18Science Highlight

Steering Light with Dynamic Lens-on-MEMS

Scientists add active control to design capabilities for new lightweight flat optical devices. Read More »

As Future Batteries, Hybrid Supercapacitors Are Super-Charged06.19.18Science Highlight

As Future Batteries, Hybrid Supercapacitors Are Super-Charged

A new supercapacitor could be a competitive alternative to lithium-ion batteries. Read More »

Forever Young Catalyst Reduces Diesel Emissions06.19.18Science Highlight

Forever Young Catalyst Reduces Diesel Emissions

Atom probe tomography reveals key explanations for stable performance over a cutting-edge diesel-exhaust catalyst’s lifetime. Read More »

Sense Like a Shark: Saltwater-Submersible Films06.19.18Science Highlight

Sense Like a Shark: Saltwater-Submersible Films

A nickelate thin film senses electric field changes analogous to the electroreception sensing organ in sharks, which detects the bioelectric fields of prey. Read More »

A Bit of Quantum Logic—What Did the Atom Say to the Quantum Dot?06.18.18Science Highlight

A Bit of Quantum Logic—What Did the Atom Say to the Quantum Dot?

Let’s talk! Scientists demonstrate coherent coupling between a quantum dot and a donor atom in silicon, vital for moving information inside quantum computers. Read More »

Can You See the Invisible Glass?06.18.18Science Highlight

Can You See the Invisible Glass?

Creating nanotextured glass surfaces completely eliminates reflections of all colors of light, making the glass nearly invisible. Read More »

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