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Monday 16th July 2018

Fluorinated Electrolytes Give Electric Car Batteries More Life

ArticleThe key to making the material work is the high population of fluorine-containing species in the interphases.Staff Author: 

Study: Reducing Carbon Emissions Will Limit Sea Level Rise

NewsIn recent years, scientists have been able to correlate the amount of global warming to cumulative carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels.Cont

R&D Market Pulse: Court Rules J&J Must Pay Nearly $4.7 Billion in Talc-Cancer Case

ArticleAppeals and court-based rulings are likely to substantially reduce the damages, according to analysts.Contributed Author:&n

Sound Waves Suggest That Large Amounts of Diamonds are Buried Deep in the Earth’s Interior

ArticleResearchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) believe they have found a substantial cache of diamonds hidden in the Earth’s interior.

Friday 13th July 2018

Army Researchers Teaching Robots to be More Reliable Teammates for Soldiers

NewsResearchers developed a new technique to quickly teach robots novel traversal behaviors with minimal human oversight.Contributed Author: 

Tuning into Quantum: Scientists Unlock Signal Frequency Control of Precision Atom Qubits

NewsScientists have achieved a new milestone in their approach to creating a quantum computer chip in silicon.Contributed Author:&n

South Africa Unveils World’s Most Powerful Radio Telescope

ArticleThe world’s newest and most powerful radio telescope will allow astronomers explore exploding stars, black holes and traces of the origins of the universe.

Nano-Kirigami: 'Paper-Cut' Provides Model for 3D Intelligent Nanofabrication

NewsKirigami (also called "paper-cuts" or "jianzhi") is one of the most traditional Chinese folk arts.Contributed Author: 

Scientists Sharpen the Edges of Cancer Chemotherapy With CRISPR

NewsTackling unsolved problems is a cornerstone of scientific research, propelled by the power and promise of new technologies.Contributed Author: 

Researchers Interpret New Experimental Data Aimed at Showing Dark Matter Interacts With Ordinary Matter

NewsAn international team of scientists has imposed conditions on how dark matter may interact with ordinary matter.

Imaging Technique Provides Better Understanding of Parkinson’s-Related Heart Damage

ArticleA team has found a new method to examine stress and inflammation in the heart, a discovery which could provide further insight into Parkinson’s disease.

Scientists a Step Closer to Predicting Epidemics

NewsEcologists at the University of Georgia have taken an important step in their efforts to develop an early warning system for infectious disease outbreaks.

How Gold Nanoparticles Could Improve Solar Energy Storage

NewsStar-shaped gold nanoparticles, coated with a semiconductor, can produce hydrogen from water over four times more efficiently than other methods.

Quantum Dot White LEDs Achieve Record Efficiency

NewsResearchers have demonstrated nanomaterial-based white-light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that exhibit a record luminous efficiency of 105 lumens per watt. Contri

Thursday 12th July 2018

Electrical Contact to Molecules in Semiconductor Structures Established for the First Time

NewsElectrical circuits are constantly being scaled down and extended with specific functions. Contributed Author: 

Could Gravitational Waves Reveal How Fast our Universe is Expanding?

NewsSignals from rare black hole-neutron star pairs could pinpoint rate at which universe is growing, researchers say.Contributed Autho

First Machine Learning Method Capable of Accurate Extrapolation

NewsScientists develop new machine learning method that can make robots safer; new method provides simpler and more intuitive models of physical situations.

First ARM-Based Supercomputer to be Rolled Out This Summer

ArticleThe first ever Advanced RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing) Machine (ARM) supercomputer prototype is expected to be deployed later this summer.

R&D Market Pulse: Next-Generation Transportation

VideosIn this episode, we look at what the biggest R&D players have in the works to transform the transportation industry. Staff Author: 

Wednesday 11th July 2018

NIAID Scientists Create 3D Structure of 1918 Influenza Virus-Like Particles

NewsA team of researchers who specialize in visualizing molecular structures developed a 3D model based on the 1918 H1 pandemic influenza virus.

Simpler Interferometer Can Fine Tune Even the Quickest Pulses of Light

NewsA research team has devised a much simpler way to measure beams of light.Contributed Author: 

The Perfect Terahertz Beam—Thanks to the 3D Printer

NewsTU Wien has succeeded in shaping terahertz beams with extremely high precision.Contributed Author: Vienn

Researchers Come Closer to Finding the Genesis of Alzheimer’s

ArticleNew insight regarding when healthy tau proteins turn toxic in the early stages of Alzheimer’s could yield novel treatment options to utilize before the debilitating disease takes hold.

Carbon Nanotubes Could Provide the Military With Battery-Power in Textiles

ArticleCarbon nanotubes could lead to clothing that can double as a battery, a discovery that could be particularly useful for the military.S

Scientists Discover 'Ghost Dunes' on Mars

NewsScientists have discovered hundreds of crescent-shaped pits on Mars where sand dunes the size of the U.S. Capitol stood billions of years ago. Contributed Author:&nb

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