Scientists from Iowa State University have found a new way to accelerate supercurrents with the help of light waves, which could play a crucial role in the future of quantum computers.
Scientists from Osaka University have successfully demonstrated that straightening out single-molecule conductors can improve their performance and be used in a variety of applications.
Scientists Generate 45.5-Tesla Direct-Current Magnetic Field with a High-Temperature Superconducting Magnet
Scientists from the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory have successfully generated 45.5 tesla with a new breed of electromagnet.
Scientists from the University of Rochester have found a new way to combine 2D materials with oxide materials, which could have important implications for a number of applications.
Scientists from a multi-institute team have successfully developed the most detailed image of lithium-ion battery electrodes yet.
Scientists from the Tokyo Institute of Technology have created a new way to generate 'chaotic signals' for emerging applications.
Scientists from NIST have successfully demonstrated the chip-based heart of their next-generation atomic clock.
Scientists have discovered a new type of layered ferromagnetic semiconductor which could one day be used in next-generation electronic technologies.
Scientists from the University of California San Diego have successfully improved their method for recycling degraded cathodes from old lithium-ion batteries.
Scientists at UCLA have devised a way to turn falling snow into energy.