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MIT Researchers Discover New Mathematical Relationship for Superconductors

MIT Researchers Discover New Mathematical Relationship for Superconductors

A research team from MIT has revealed a new mathematical link between temperature, material thickness and electrical resistance, which seems to be valid for all semiconductors. [More]
AEROLIA SAS Honors Hexcel with Best Research & Technology Partner Award

AEROLIA SAS Honors Hexcel with Best Research & Technology Partner Award

Hexcel has been presented with an award for “Best Research & Technology Partner” by AEROLIA SAS (Stelia Aerospace), acknowledging the strong collaboration between the companiesin demonstrating the potential of HiTape® technology for next generation aircraft primary structures. [More]
PicoQuant Signs Agreement to Use gSTED in MicroTime 200 STED Time-Resolved Confocal Microscope

PicoQuant Signs Agreement to Use gSTED in MicroTime 200 STED Time-Resolved Confocal Microscope

PicoQuant GmbH, specialist in single photon counting applications and fluorescence instrumentation has signed an agreement with the Max Planck Society and the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) to use the gated STED technology (gSTED) in the new time-resolved confocal microscope MicroTime 200 STED. [More]
Scientists Characterise and Name the Earth’s Most Abundant Mineral

Scientists Characterise and Name the Earth’s Most Abundant Mineral

A research team from the University of Las Vegas has provided more insight into Bridgmanite, the most abundant mineral on Earth. [More]
Novel Evaporation Technology Produces Reproducibly Large Crystals

Novel Evaporation Technology Produces Reproducibly Large Crystals

Genevac reports its non-destructive evaporation technology - eXalt has been used by several research groups to produce larger crystals than was previously possible using traditional methods. [More]
Graphene Patterns Created in Plastic Sheets with a Laser

Graphene Patterns Created in Plastic Sheets with a Laser

A research team from Rice University has succeeded in developing flexible multilayer graphene sheets, by patterning inexpensive polyimide sheets with a computer-controlled laser. [More]
Researchers Develop Low Density, Nanocrystalline High-Entropy Alloy

Researchers Develop Low Density, Nanocrystalline High-Entropy Alloy

A research team from Qatar University and North Carolina State University has collaborated to develop a new high-entropy metal alloy, which is characterized by a higher strength-to-weight ratio when compared to other nanocrystalline alloys. [More]
Daylight Solutions Achieves Over 1 Million Hours of Quantum Cascade Laser Operation

Daylight Solutions Achieves Over 1 Million Hours of Quantum Cascade Laser Operation

Daylight Solutions, Inc. announced today the company has reached two major milestones as part of its ongoing reliability characterization and growth program for quantum cascade laser (QCL) technology. [More]
University of Limerick Successfully Joins Raw Materials Knowledge and Innovation Community

University of Limerick Successfully Joins Raw Materials Knowledge and Innovation Community

The University of Limerick has been successful in joining the Raw Materials Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), a partnership of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) which is set to deliver over 10,000 jobs to the Europe over the next 7 years. [More]
Penn Researchers Explain Failure of Glassy Materials

Penn Researchers Explain Failure of Glassy Materials

Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have now revealed a common characteristic extending through the range of glassy materials. They show that the scaling between the stiffness and strength of a glassy material does not change, implying a steady critical strain, which these materials can withstand before catastrophic failure, in spite of the high variation found in the physical properties of this class of materials. [More]
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