Researchers have added a new mathematical technique when in building semiconductors. This new mathematical technique is enabling semiconductors be more efficient, and simple. This technique can be used in almost all electronics, according to the researchers from Northwestern University's McCormick S...
Scientists have learned a little more about antimatter and, in consequence, the universe. Researchers have found that the attractive force between antiprotons is similar to that between protons.
Through 3-D printing, scientists have developed uniform ‘blocks' of embryonic stem cells that are potentially capable of building micro-organs, according to recent findings.
Researchers have created a new method for storing concentrated solar thermal energy that is cost effective and environmentally friendly, and will enable solar thermal energy to have wider practical uses.
Engineers have created a new welding technique that is stronger and uses less energy. The new technique can also weld 'un-weldable' metals. This could be a major breakthrough for the auto industry, according to researchers.
Researchers have developed a new lithium-air battery, in order to create a battery that works efficiently and also has a tolerance for water.
Researchers have created a new Brownian Carnot engine, a microscopic motor that runs on a single particle, lasers and electric fields instead of gas. The microscopic engine was a breakthrough in thermodynamics.
Researchers at the Australian National University have created a star-shaped molecule in a crystalline metal complex. The new study paves the way for future developments in the chemical industry.
In a recent study, a team of researchers created a new light, longer lasting battery using silicon technology. Their study was a major breakthrough and the researchers are expecting to market their new battery by next year.
In a recent study, researchers added a unique property to ionic liquids, where they used wood extracts to generate a green reaction.
In a recent study, researchers created a new type of electrochemical storage device, a redox-flow battery, that can withstand up to 10,000 charging cycles without losing a crucial amount of capacity.
Researchers have developed and advanced level of 3-D printing, which they are using to aid in rebuilding the human heart along with other organs. This new technique can pave the way for rebuilding organ tissues, instead of people having organ transplants.