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Solving a Magnesium Mystery in Rechargeable Battery Performance05.30.18

Solving a Magnesium Mystery in Rechargeable Battery Performance

Study reveals surprising, bad chemical reactivity in battery components previously considered compatible. Read More »

How to Draw a Line Narrower Than a Cold Virus05.30.18Science Highlight

How to Draw a Line Narrower Than a Cold Virus

Scientists use ion beams to write high-purity metal structures, enabling nanofabrication opportunities. Read More »

Changing the Surroundings Improves Catalysis05.30.18Science Highlight

Changing the Surroundings Improves Catalysis

Water changes how cobalt-based molecule turns carbon dioxide into chemical feedstock. Read More »

Powering Up With a Smart Window05.23.18Science Highlight

Powering Up With a Smart Window

Window material repeatedly switches from being see-through to blocking the heat and converting sunlight into electricity. Read More »

Remnant Superconductivity From Invisible Stripes05.22.18Science Highlight

Remnant Superconductivity From Invisible Stripes

Scientists used an intense light to unveil hidden rivers that transport electricity with no loss. Read More »

Cracking the Code of Superconductivity and Magnetism05.22.18Science Highlight

Cracking the Code of Superconductivity and Magnetism

Neutron probes and theory reveal how electrons cooperate at lower temperatures. Read More »

Huge “Thermometer” Takes Temperatures of Tiny Samples05.09.18Science Highlight

Huge “Thermometer” Takes Temperatures of Tiny Samples

New spectroscopic technique measures heat in itty-bitty volumes that could reveal insights for electronics and energy technology. Read More »

Water, Water, Everywhere, but How Does It Flow?05.08.18Science Highlight

Water, Water, Everywhere, but How Does It Flow?

Scientists use new X-ray technique to see how water moves at the molecular level. Read More »

Keeping Tabs on Polysulfides in Batteries04.25.18Science Highlight

Keeping Tabs on Polysulfides in Batteries

Optimizing lithium-sulfur battery electrolytes for long life. Read More »

Getting Magnesium Ions to Pick Up the Pace04.11.18Science Highlight

Getting Magnesium Ions to Pick Up the Pace

Magnesium ions move very fast to enable a new class of battery materials. Read More »

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