3d carbon
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New metallic structure may be stable at ambient temperature and pressure with potential applications in science and technology. A theoretical, three-dimensional (3D) form of carbon that is metallic under ambient […]

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November 7, 2013, 1 Comment

Columbia Engineers develop new device architecture for 2D materials, making electrical contact from the 1D edge.  Researchers have experimentally demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to electrically […]

scaffold
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Researchers from North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Laser Zentrum Hannover have discovered that a naturally-occurring compound can be incorporated into three-dimensional (3-D) […]

quantum
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A common blue pigment used in the £5 note could have an important role to play in the development of a quantum computer, according to a paper published today in […]

phase
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Researchers at Columbia Engineering, led by Chemical Engineering Professors Venkat Venkatasubramanian and Sanat Kumar, have developed a new approach to designing novel nanostructured materials through an inverse design framework using […]

iron
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Researchers have shown that ancient Egyptian iron beads held at the UCL Petrie Museum were hammered from pieces of meteorites, rather than iron ore. The objects, which trace their origins […]

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fusion

New Materials Analysis Technique for Fusion Reactions

November 14, 2013, No comments

Materials are widely recognized as one of the critical remaining challenges for making fusion a commercially viable energy source. In a future fusion ...

3d carbon

3D Carbon Goes Metallic

November 13, 2013, No comments

New metallic structure may be stable at ambient temperature and pressure with potential applications in science and technology. A theoretical, three-d ...

mags

Smart Polymers that Move by Light

November 11, 2013, No comments

Microvehicles and other devices that can change shape or move with no power source other than a beam of light may be possible through research led by ...

graphineclean

New Techniques Produce Cleanest Graphene Yet

November 7, 2013, 1 Comment

Columbia Engineers develop new device architecture for 2D materials, making electrical contact from the 1D edge.  Researchers have experimentally dem ...

scaffold

Natural Bio-Composite for 3D Printed Implants

November 6, 2013, No comments

Researchers from North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Laser Zentrum Hannover have discovered that a na ...

quantum

New Quantum Material Discovered out of the Blue

November 1, 2013, No comments

A common blue pigment used in the £5 note could have an important role to play in the development of a quantum computer, according to a paper publish ...

phase

Using Genetics to Discover New Nanomaterials

October 31, 2013, No comments

Researchers at Columbia Engineering, led by Chemical Engineering Professors Venkat Venkatasubramanian and Sanat Kumar, have developed a new approach t ...

iron

Earliest Iron Artifacts Come from Outer Space

October 25, 2013, No comments

Researchers have shown that ancient Egyptian iron beads held at the UCL Petrie Museum were hammered from pieces of meteorites, rather than iron ore. T ...

AVS60

Birthing a New Breed of Materials

October 24, 2013, No comments

Where two different materials meet on the atomic level, a new material can be born that is neither one nor the other. The two parent materials do not ...

CULogo

4D Printing of Materials – the next dimension

October 23, 2013, No comments

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have successfully added a fourth dimension to their printing technology, opening up exciting possibi ...

nanocomposite

Mixing Nanoparticles to make Multifunctional Materials

October 22, 2013, No comments

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have developed a general approach for combining different types of ...

buckyball

Evidence Found Supporting ‘Buckyball’ Formation Theory

October 18, 2013, No comments

Discovery could have a bearing on medical imaging and cancer treatment. Researchers at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute have reported th ...

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