A recent study demonstrated for the first time how electrical creation and regulation of magnetic vortices in an antiferromagnet can be accomplished, a finding that would boost the data storage capacity and speed of next-generation devices.
As of today, April 12th, Sandvik’s metal powder webshop, offering standardized alloys for additive manufacturing (AM) from stock, is officially open for business.
North Carolina State University’s new study throws light on how electric fields can be employed to change the thermal properties of ferroelectric materials, enabling engineers to influence the heat flow via the materials.
Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corporation (“Arnold”), a subsidiary of Compass Diversified and leading global manufacturer of high-performance magnets, magnetic assemblies, precision thin metals and highly loaded composites, announces its range of titanium foils and alloys.
As the world looks for ways to cut greenhouse gas emissions, researchers from Sandia National Laboratories have shown that a new 3D-printed superalloy could help power plants generate more electricity while producing less carbon.
Researchers have created a material that is able to prevent liquids and gases from penetrating the material and protect vital components. While flexible batteries are one potential application for this new wonder material, the team claims that other devices using liquids or showing sensitivity to oxygen exposure will benefit from this using the new technology.
New platforms for investigating unusual magnetic orders and quantum phenomena have emerged in the form of van der Waals (vdW) magnets and their heterostructures.
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Scientific Reports, researchers discussed the removal of lead (II) ions through the synthesis of powdered and beaded chitosan materials treated with ZnO.
Sustainability is key to the design of advanced batteries that can help address the issues associated with fossil fuel use. In order to investigate how sustainable sodium-ion batteries cathodes are, a new paper, authored by scientists from Germany and Spain, has been published online in Advanced Energy Materials.
In a paper recently published in the journal Energies, researchers reviewed current studies on the design and planning of district heating (DH) systems. They aimed to provide guidance on preliminary steps for nations with a low DH market share related to heating and cooling supply.