High-Performance Nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are considered to be the next-generation reinforcement material to potentially replace conventional carbon fibers for producing superhigh-performance lightweight composites.

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Switch On: Solid-State Atomics Switches That Learn

The human brain is one of the most complicated machines that Nature has ever invented. Can we ever hope to artificially replicate its incredible complexity?

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Bioinspired Materials: Bridging the Gap between Polymer Science and Life Sciences

FRIAS: bridging the gap between polymer and life science

Since the early days of materials research, progress in materials science and engineering has strongly benefited from achieving better insight into complex biological systems.

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Budget Energy – Cheap New Solar Cells Developed by IBM

IBM develop budget solar cells

IBM researchers break efficiency records with easy to make solar cells.

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