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Computation and theory news, May 2019

Adhesive patch that helps treat heart disease

Cardiac patch that can be placed directly onto the heart for treatment of heart disease

Researchers have developed a machine-learning algorithm that can accurately predict the mechanical properties of metal organic frameworks.

quasiparticles detected experimentally for the first time

Scientists have discovered that applying strain to 2D materials such as doped-graphene could increase their critical superconducting temperature.

Now open for Original Research and Review article submission.

Using supercomputers, researchers are identifying the best combination of cobalt oxides and transition metals for converting heat to electricity.

Calling Early Career Researchers attending ChinaNANO.

A new algorithm that can accurately predict the mechanical behavior of glass at different temperatures could aid the discovery of new materials.

Researchers have shown that water in pores can slow the motion of charges in organic semiconductors and found a way to prevent this happening.

A new study proposes that single photons can interact with each other on graphene surfaces, suggesting new designs for optical quantum computers.

Novel spray-on polymer coatings cause ice to fall away from large surfaces with just the force of a light breeze, or often the weight of the ice itself.

Researchers have calculated that applying an oscillating voltage should cause the electrons in graphene to flow like a liquid.

In Cooper pair insulators, pairs of electrons are held in check by repulsive interactions between them, not by any disorder in the atomic lattice.

Repeatedly stretching hydrogels in a water bath aligns their nanofibers, producing a strong, soft and hydrated material that resists breakdown or fatigue.

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