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chemistry graphic New 'high-entropy' alloy is as light as aluminum, as strong as titanium alloys
Released December 10, 2014
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a piece of metallic glass that has been bent 'Fore!' heads up, wide use of more flexible metallic glass coming your way
Released March 3, 2014
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 image of material stable at high temperatures New model should expedite development of temperature-stable nano-alloys
Released September 16, 2013
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K. T. Ramesh Computer Model May Help Athletes and Soldiers Avoid Brain Damage and Concussions
Released March 12, 2013
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nanoscale semiconductor structure illustration World's Smallest Semiconductor Laser Created by University of Texas Scientists
Released July 26, 2012
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Paul Voyles In Metallic Glasses, Researchers Find a Few New Atomic Structures
Released May 11, 2012
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 Horacio Espinosa Next-generation Nanoelectronics: A Decade of Progress, Coming Advances
Released May 3, 2012
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chemistry graphic Tiny Wires Change Behavior at Nanoscale
Released August 29, 2011
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image of a single-atom bridge Narrowest Bridges of Gold Are Also the Strongest, Study Finds
Released July 13, 2011
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four-inch silicon wafer 'Slow Light' on a Chip Holds Promise for Optical Communications
Released September 5, 2010
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necklace-like patterns of crystal defects Brown University Scientists Discover New Principle in Material Science
Released April 7, 2010
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tensile sample Caltech Researchers Develop Nanoscale Structures With Superior Mechanical Properties
Released February 9, 2010
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Kevin Hemker Stressed Nanomaterials Display Unexpected Movement
Released February 1, 2010
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chemistry graphic Tiny Test Tube Experiment Shows Reaction of Melting Materials at the Nano Scale
Released October 15, 2009
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nickel-manganese-gallium foam Smart Memory Foam Made Smarter
Released September 24, 2009
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Georgia Tech researcher Zhong Lin Wang holds a prototype nanogenerator. Minuscule Generators Convert Motion Into Nanoscale Electricity Source
Released April 5, 2007
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Georgia Tech Professor Zhong Lin Wang holds a sample nanowire array. Nanogenerators May Spark Miniature Machines
Released April 13, 2006
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