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06.07.17Science Highlight

Nothing Boring about the Thinnest Boron Ever

Researchers made a sheet of boron only one atom thick with the potential to change solar panels, computers, and more. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

One Step Closer to Practical Fast Charging Batteries

Novel electrode materials have designed pathways for electrons and ions during the charge/discharge cycle. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

Electrifying Magnetism

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

06.07.17Science Highlight

Discovering the Ultimate Limit of Heat Transport: Measurements across a Single-Atom Junction

First observation of “quantum” heat transport uncovers the ultimate limits for nanoscale devices. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

Glass for Solar Cells and Phone Screens Resists Light Degradation

Well-packed organic glass better resists changes when exposed to light. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

Jagged Platinum Nanowires Double the Record for Reaction Critical to Fuel Cell Performance

Rough surfaces provide additional sites for energy-generating reactions in fuel cells. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

Amazing Spintronics!

Device design allows ten-fold increase in spin currents, laying the path to use in computing and high-efficiency electronics. Read More »

06.01.17Science Highlight

Shining Light on Antimatter

Researchers perform first spectroscopic measurements on antihydrogen in pursuit of one of our biggest scientific mysteriesExternal link: why is there so little antimatter in the universe? Read More »

06.01.17Science Highlight

Understanding Tungsten “Fuzz”

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

06.01.17Science Highlight

An X-Ray Laser’s New Corrective “Eyeglasses”

A new type of lens improves the focusing precision at the world’s most powerful X-ray light sources. Read More »

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