Medicine & TechnologyResearchers from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), together with their colleagues from China, were able to experimentally demonstrate superconductivity in cerium superhydrides.
An international project involving PSL University in France, Harvard University in the U.S., and the Central University of Punjab in India devised a new technique for visualizing microscopic 3D displacement of an object across a large surface.
Researchers were able to develop a new amalgamation process that results in two metals producing nanocrystals, opening a new avenue for creating intermetallic nanocrystals for a variety of specialized applications.
Researchers discovered a new type of liquid in thin films. It is a new material that forms high-density glass, with the results promising how similar materials could lead to stronger, denser fabrications in the future.
A new study demonstrated the capabilities of the first "defect microscope" that can monitor how line defects move at the subspace of macroscopic materials - promising wide applications in the fields of physics, materials science, and engineering.
A team of engineers from Tufts University has advanced material science by developing a novel method of fabricating "impossible materials," or those that behave in unusual ways upon contact with microwave energy, through 3D ink jet printing technology.
One of the challenges in curbing the worsening effects of climate change is in reducing our continuous carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions - and a new technology promises a green and sustainable solution in doing so.