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a droplet of water beads up Professors' super waterproof surfaces cause water to bounce like a ball
Released May 21, 2014
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photoacoustic test equipment Heat-conducting polymer cools hot electronic devices at 200 degrees C
Released March 30, 2014
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Hui Hu examines ice on a test model Iowa State's icing wind tunnel blows cold and hard to study ice on wings, turbine blades
Released February 11, 2014
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butterfly wings BU, MIT team of engineers add new wrinkles to waterproofing
Released November 21, 2013
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a ridge in the wing of a morpho butterfly Researchers break a theoretical time barrier on bouncing droplets
Released November 20, 2013
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engineering graphic New Insights Into How Materials Transfer Heat Could Lead to Improved Electronics
Released May 16, 2013
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scanning droplets That's the Way the Droplets Adhere
Released February 19, 2013
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a wafer containing graphene p-n junctions Self-assembled Monolayers Create P-N Junctions in Graphene Films
Released December 10, 2012
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water on surface New Design Could Improve Condenser Performance
Released October 22, 2012
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Deyu Li in the lab New Method for Enhancing Thermal Conductivity Could Cool Computer Chips, Lasers and Other Devices
Released December 14, 2011
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color-enhanced image of a droplet of water Researchers Discover How to Tame Hammering Droplets
Released January 21, 2011
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Joseph Heremans Semiconductor Could Turn Heat Into Computing Power
Released September 27, 2010
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a one-atom thick sheet of graphene With Support, Graphene Still a Superior Thermal Conductor
Released April 8, 2010
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cooling skin before scan Scanning for Skin Cancer: Infrared System Looks for Deadly Melanoma
Released February 26, 2010
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Princeton REU student Claire Woo at work in the laboratory of Jay Benziger. Hydrogen-Powered Lawnmowers?
Released January 22, 2007
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A schematic representation of the miniaturization of the active building envelope (ABE) system. Self-Cooling Soda Bottles?
Released July 11, 2006
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