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Researchers Discover How Mode-2 Waves Transport Materials

Researchers Discover How Mode-2 Waves Transport Materials

Oceans generally seem to look like a mass of water standing all alone like a separate entity. Despite this assumption, it should be noted that oceans spread all over the world are made up of layers with varied densities, referred to as stratifications, comprising complex fluid dynamics. [More]
Researchers Develop New Metallic Material that Could Transform Steel Industry

Researchers Develop New Metallic Material that Could Transform Steel Industry

A team of researchers from the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung in Düsseldorf have created a novel metallic material, which possesses very high strength as well as ductility simultaneously.
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Scientists Describe Occurrence of Magnetoelectric Effect in Bismuth Ferrite

Scientists Describe Occurrence of Magnetoelectric Effect in Bismuth Ferrite

A group of researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), the National Research University of Electronic Technology (MIET), and the Prokhorov General Physics Institute have suggested a hypothetical model that explains the unpredictably large values of the linear magnetoelectric effect in bismuth ferrite (BiFeO3) that have been analyzed in numerous experiments. [More]
Imec and Holst Centre Present Multi-Standard Low-Power Wide-Area Radio Chip

Imec and Holst Centre Present Multi-Standard Low-Power Wide-Area Radio Chip

New Low-Power Radio Chip for Long-Range Connectivity in sensor networks and Future Cellular IoT Applications [More]
MIT Researchers Propose New Approach that Could Resolve Strength-Ductility Tradeoff in Metal Alloys

MIT Researchers Propose New Approach that Could Resolve Strength-Ductility Tradeoff in Metal Alloys

Since the beginning of Bronze Age, 7,000 years ago, the development of novel metallic alloys was mostly a trial-and-error method. Usually, a single metal component was always believed to be the dominant factor, with other constituents merely making up a part of the recipe. [More]
Researchers Propose New Way for Designing Cheaper, More Efficient Carbon Capture Materials

Researchers Propose New Way for Designing Cheaper, More Efficient Carbon Capture Materials

To make "clean" fossil fuel burning a reality, scientists have to remove carbon dioxide from the exhaust gases that arise from natural gas power plants or coal and stock or reuse it. For this, researchers are analyzing unique scrubbing liquids that bind and discharge the gas, but some of them show great potential to solidify into a cold honey consistency while binding carbon dioxide, making them ineffective and costly. [More]
Thermal Imaging Software Tutorial for R&D / Science Users

Thermal Imaging Software Tutorial for R&D / Science Users

FLIR Systems ResearchIR 4.2 thermal imaging software provides researchers and scientists with a state-of-the-art tool for viewing, acquiring, analyzing, and sharing thermal data. [More]
UF Partners with TESCAN to Create World-Class Hardware Security Lab

UF Partners with TESCAN to Create World-Class Hardware Security Lab

New facility will expand capabilities of the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research [More]

JLR Approve Tecman’s Automotive Protection Film for Gloss Paint

Tecman has been working in close collaboration with JLR and Mankiewicz to develop an interior protection film that can be used on gloss painted plastic. Typically, piano black and piano white paint systems are vulnera... [More]
State-of-the-art ULVAC Technologies that Support the IoT Society

State-of-the-art ULVAC Technologies that Support the IoT Society

ULVAC, a leading producer of vacuum technologies, exhibited its latest products and technologies in MEMS Technology Zone of FINETECH JAPAN, a technical exhibition that was held at Tokyo Big Site on April 6 to 8, 2016. [More]