Article - 10 Aug 2017
In recent years, high-energy density materials (HEDMs) have become a significant class of materials within the energetic materials and chemical science communities.
Article - 16 Mar 2017
This article explains how the LatticeAx cleaving machine was used by scientists at the University of Cambridge to support their research into a three-dimensional material with extremely unique...
DELMIC B.V. is a high-tech company based in Delft, the Netherlands that produces correlative light and electron microscopy solutions. DELMIC’s aim is to continuously innovate in order...
News - 12 Apr 2008
For more than 20 years since the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity, scientists have been debating the underlying physical mechanism for this exotic phenomenon, which has the potential to...
News - 14 Dec 2007
Physicists at the University of Rochester have combined an atom-chiller with a molecule trap, creating for the first time a device that can generate and trap huge numbers of elusive-yet-valuable...
Article - 12 Mar 2013
Graphene was first identified in 2004 and for the last few years has been the focus of much scientific research.
News - 15 Mar 2007
Despite advances in experimental nuclear physics, the most detailed probing of atomic nuclei still requires heavy doses of advanced nuclear theory. The problem is that using theory to make meaningful...
News - 4 Oct 2006
Supercomputer simulations by two Sandia researchers have significantly altered the theoretical diagram universally used by scientists to understand the characteristics of water at extreme temperatures...
The SPARC is a unique system, used for high-performance SEM cathodoluminescence imaging. It is easy-to-use and any scanning electron microscope can be used.
News - 19 Jan 2006
Imagine you are standing, John Wayne style, on the backs of two runaway horses pulling a stagecoach. You try to bring the horses to a stop but instead the harnesses break, the horses separate, and an...