Xometry, Inc., a leading AI-enabled marketplace for on-demand manufacturing, announced today the availability of instant quoting on metal binder jetting, a popular metal 3D printing process, in its Instant Quoting Engine.
The concept of creating new functional materials and catalysts for the needs of oil refining and petrochemistry, as well as hydrogen energy is proposed.
Despite the best efforts of industry to work towards sustainability, most plastics (or polymers) are still made using non-renewable fossil fuels.
A team of chemists from the Croatian Ruder Boškovic Institute described a new, easy-to-use method for uninterrupted monitoring of mechanochemical reactions.
The photovoltaic effect of ferroelectric crystals can be increased by a factor of 1,000 if three different materials are arranged periodically in a lattice.
Hiromi Nakano, a professor from the Toyohashi University of Technology, utilized a material exhibiting a special periodical structure (smart material: Li-M-Ti-O [M = Nb or Ta]) as a host material for making new Mn4+-activated phosphors that displays red light emissions at a wavelength of 685 nm when excited at 493 nm.
Olympus and Grundium Ltd. are collaborating to combine their expertise in microscopy optics and digital imaging to benefit pathology.
Researchers from the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and the Brookhaven National Laboratory, working in an international team, have developed a new method for complex X-ray studies that will aid in better understanding so-called correlated metals.
Army-funded research identified a new material that may lead to lightweight armor, protective coatings, blast shields and other impact-resistant structures.
Prof. LI Chuanfeng, Prof. XU Jinshi and their colleagues from Prof. GUO Guangcan's group, University of Science and Technology of China of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, realized the high-contrast readout and coherent manipulation of a single silicon carbide divacancy color center electron spin at room temperature for the first time in the world, in cooperation with Prof. Adam Gali, from the Wigner Research Centre for Physics in Hungary.
Researchers working in several fields find it challenging to develop materials that exhibit ideal properties to meet certain functions. The issue is common in areas ranging from catalysis to solar cells.
Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) have shown considerable development with advances in technology and have revolutionized the world, powering everything right from smartphones to electric cars.
Titan Enterprises have released video tutorials illustrating correct wiring of their pulse precision flow measurement devices to support customers with the installation of flow meters into their applications.
UNSW Sydney will unpack some of the most extraordinary advances in science and technology influencing the world in a range of events for the 2021 National Science Week.
The laws of quantum physics rule the microcosm. They determine, for example, how easily electrons move through a crystal and thus whether the material is a metal, a semiconductor or an insulator.