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06.07.17Science Highlight

Electrifying Magnetism

Researchers create materials with controllable electrical and magnetic properties, even at room temperature. Read More »

06.01.17Science Highlight

Understanding Tungsten “Fuzz”

New work seeks to explain a strange phenomenon occurring in fusion reactor materials. Read More »

05.31.17Science Highlight

Green Light for Cool Electrons

A new high-power green-light laser generates beam-cooling electrons at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

Scientists See Electron Bottleneck in Simulated Battery

Molecular Foundry researchers help shed light on barrier to optimal performance. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

Seeing Below the Surface of Solar Cells

Method could help scientists learn new ways to boost photovoltaic efficiency. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

Nearly Ideal Performing Regions in Perovskite Films Could Boost Solar Cells

Nanoscale images by Molecular Foundry researchers yield surprise that could push solar cell efficiency to 31 percent. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

X-rays: More Colorful and More Powerful

New Fresh-slice scheme provides customizable X-rays for studies needed to build more efficient electronics and cleaner energy. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

A Catalystic Shock

Scientists surprised by discovery that copper embedded in carbon nano-spikes can turn carbon dioxide into ethanol. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

Reusable Sponge for Mitigating Oil Spills

Oleo Sponge could make oil spill cleanup more efficient. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

Well-Aligned and Densely Packed

Researchers invent a low-tech, solution-based route to high-performance carbon nanotube thin films. Read More »