Creating intelligent, shape-changing materials is a particular focus in the field of materials science currently. However, the technology is still fairly new.
Shape-morphing materials that can form three-dimensional shapes from flat sheets provide exciting opportunities for the future of materials science.
Proton exchange membrane fuel cells offer excellent potential for use in a wide range of energy-conversion technologies.
Material scientists from RUDN University have established the cause of the anomaly in martensitic transformation, which is observed in steels of some structural classes during quenching cooling. The results of the study allowed them to propose a way to eliminate this anomaly.
Most of us control light all the time without even thinking about it, usually in mundane ways: we don a pair of sunglasses and put on sunscreen, and close-;or open-;our window blinds.
Scott Chambers creates layered structures of thin metal oxide films and studies their properties, creating materials not found in nature.
Many substances around us, from table salt and sugar to most metals, are arranged into crystals. Because their molecules are laid out in an orderly, repetitive pattern, much is understood about their structure.
Seeq Corporation, a leader in manufacturing and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) advanced analytics software, announces the expansion of its efforts to integrate machine learning algorithms into Seeq applications. These improvements will enable organizations to operationalize their data science investments, and their open source and third-party machine learning algorithms, for easy access by front-line employees.
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research is pleased to announce a redesigned eStore for Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) probes.
Scientists have synthesized tetrafluoride powders of four radioactive elements-;thorium, uranium, neptunium, and plutonium. These four elements are actinides, a series of heavy and radioactive elements.