Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Cornell team conducted hundreds of experiments to capture the formation of these structures at early stages of their development.
Non-toxic, lubricant-infused coatings deter mussels and prevent their attachment by disrupting their mechanosensory and adhesive systems
UC Berkeley scientists have taught bacteria to cover themselves in tiny, highly efficient solar panels to produce useful chemical compounds.
Potential applications include more durable tires, wearable electronics, medical devices.
Berkeley Lab, UC Berkeley scientists discover unique thermoelectric properties in cesium tin iodide.
Scientists have built an 'artificial material' that mimics quantum behavior.
Applied physicist Andrei Faraon focuses his metamaterials research in a new direction.
Insight on how stability affects structure Harvard-led research.
New findings have implications for the study of superconductivity and theoretical models of the origin of the universe.
First experimental evidence of "orbital-selective" electron pairing in an iron-based high-temperature superconductor.