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cobalt oxide mesoporous nanospheres Engineering longer-lived batteries for electric vehicles and other high-power applications
Released September 17, 2014
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glass under pressure Watching the structure of glass under pressure
Released August 28, 2014
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 graphical abstract Scientists uncover clues to role of magnetism in iron-based superconductors
Released August 21, 2014
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chemistry graphic Vanadium dioxide research opens door to new, multifunctional, spintronic smart sensors
Released February 5, 2014
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synaptic transistors are visible on the chip Synaptic transistor learns while it computes
Released November 1, 2013
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image of the interlaced stack of electrodes Printing Tiny Batteries
Released June 18, 2013
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drawing of the multiferroic tunnel junction New Material Interface Improves Functioning of Non-silicon-based Electronic Devices
Released February 15, 2013
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the longhorn cowfish, from the boxfish family Tough, Light and Strong: Lessons From Nature Could Lead to the Creation of New Materials
Released February 14, 2013
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a silicon substrate with an array of electrodes Low-resistance Connections Facilitate Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes for Interconnects
Released October 30, 2012
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solid-oxide fuel cells New Fuel Cell Keeps Going After the Hydrogen Runs Out
Released June 29, 2012
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Alexei Gruverman and Haidong Lu Discovery May Lead to Significantly More Efficient Method of Data Storage
Released April 6, 2012
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the 3-D glioma model Researchers Make Living Model of Brain Tumor
Released February 16, 2012
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a close-up of two Arapaima scales Piranha vs. Arapaima: Engineers Find Inspiration for New Materials in Piranha-proof Armor
Released February 8, 2012
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reactive silver ink Particle-free Silver Ink Prints Small-, High-performance Electronics
Released January 12, 2012
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a particle disturbs the lasing Tiny Ring Laser Accurately Detects and Counts Nanoparticles
Released June 27, 2011
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an atomic-scale depiction of the SketchSET Researchers Create Super-Small Single ElectronTransistor
Released April 18, 2011
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a cell membrane wafer Materials Scientists at Harvard Demonstrate the First Macro-scale, Thin-film Solid-oxide Fuel Cell
Released April 3, 2011
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free-standing Pt/YSZ/Pt fuel cell Methane-powered Laptops May be Closer Than You Think
Released November 16, 2010
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peaking photocurrent Pitt-led Team Develops Nanoscale Light Sensor Compatible With 'Etch-a-sketch' Nanoelectronic Platform
Released November 14, 2010
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chemistry graphic New Nano Techniques Integrate Electron Gas-producing Oxides with Silicon
Released October 19, 2010
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smart sensors Materials Research Advances Reliability Of Faster Smart Sensors
Released April 20, 2010
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structure of an oxide surface Surface Science Goes Inorganic
Released February 17, 2010
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Illustration showing atomic structure of strontium titanite and silicon. "Instant On" Computing
Released April 17, 2009
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