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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 »

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 »

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 »

Catalysts: High Performance Lies on the Edge 02.28.18Science Highlight

Catalysts: High Performance Lies on the Edge

Iron may be more valuable than platinum. Sometimes. Read More »

The Shape of Things to Come for Quantum Materials?02.28.18Science Highlight

The Shape of Things to Come for Quantum Materials?

Single sheets made of pentagons are proven to exist and uniquely combine promising electronic properties and air stability. Read More »

02.12.18Science Highlight

Squeezing Into the Best Shape

Gel uses nanoparticles for on-demand control of droplet shapes, of interest for energy storage and catalysis. Read More »

Graphene Flexes Its Muscle01.16.18Science Highlight

Graphene Flexes Its Muscle

Crumpling reduces rigidity in an otherwise stiff material, making it less prone to catastrophic failure. Read More »

Lee_UVA_Thiyaga_201711.13.17Science Highlight

Twisting Molecule Wrings More Power from Solar Cells

Readily rotating molecules let electrons last, resulting in higher solar cell efficiency. Read More »

10.19.17Science Highlight

Nanoribbons Enable “On–Off” Switch for Graphene

Built from the bottom up, nanoribbons can be semiconducting, enabling broad electronic applications. Read More »

10.19.17Science Highlight

On-Demand 3-D Printing of Tiny Magic Wands

Direct writing of pure-metal structures may advance novel light sources, sensors and information storage technologies. Read More »

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