Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Paul Asimow and his research group examine the properties of exotic solids known as quasicrystals via high-impact shock recovery experiments.
Cornell researchers have become the first to control atomically thin magnets with an electric field.
Scientists provide a complete toolbox for the final proof of Majorana existence, paving the way towards Majorana quantum bits.
Nanofiber dressings heal wounds, promote regeneration.
MIT-developed system could provide drinking water even in extremely arid locations.
Applications could include ultrafast wireless communications, high-voltage switches and high-intensity lighting and photonics.
Platform optimizes the design of new, tunable catalytic systems.
The technique creates create atomically thin fabrics that may have applications in the electronics industry.
Experiments at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source reveal how a hydrocarbon called pyrene could form near stars.
For the first time, researchers have witnessed the process of a protein complex packaging DNA into chromosomes prior to cell division.