Nanoscience News

10/25/2016

More Stable Qubits in Perfectly Normal Silicon

The stability of qubits could be maintained 100 times more effectively in silicon than in the semiconductor material gallium arsenide.

10/25/2016

Electron Spins Talk to Each Other Via a 'Quantum Mediator'

TU Delft researchers make two non-neighbouring electrons communicate with each other for the first time.

10/24/2016

Call for Submissions: Kavli Microbiome Ideas Challenge

Submit your ideas for groundbreaking experimental tools and methods for understanding microbial function.

10/18/2016

UC Berkeley to Partner on $24 Million Imaging Science Center

UC Berkeley will help lead the new Science and Technology Center on Real-Time Functional Imaging

10/03/2016

An Unobstructed View Into the Human Body

An antifouling coating could help clinicians see clearly during endoscope procedures.

09/23/2016

Nanoscale Tetrapods Could Provide Early Warning of a Material’s Failure

Berkeley Lab scientists are developing a new way to detect microscopic fractures in materials in the field.

09/23/2016

A Conscious Coupling of Magnetic and Electric Materials

New multiferroic material by Berkeley Lab and Cornell researchers is a big step in march toward ultra-low power electronics.

09/09/2016

New Breed of Optical Soliton Wave Discovered

Applied scientists have discovered a new type of optical soliton wave that travels in the wake of other soliton waves.

09/02/2016

Harvard Spinout Validere to Commercialize ‘Liquid Fingerprinting’ Technique

Ability to instantly identify unknown liquids in the field could aid first responders, improve plant safety.

09/02/2016

Dietary Fiber and Microbes Change the Gel That Lines Our Gut

A new Caltech study is the first to show how the structure of gut gel, or mucus, can change in the presence of certain substances, such as bacteria and polymers.

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