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Korean researchers investigate degradation of commercial materials in soil and seawater

Addition of titanium carbide-based materials significantly reduces friction and wear

Experimental study proposes mechanism for crumpled graphene formation

UK researchers say this opens the door for more environmentally-friendly lubricants

Researchers have developed a new computational tool to describe how the atoms within quantum materials behave when they absorb and emit light.

Using an advanced imaging technique, researchers have mapped, for the first time ever, the 3D atomic coordinates of medium- and high-entropy alloys.

Using a novel manufacturing platform, researchers have increased the electrical conductivity of copper wires by incorporating graphene into them.

A novel superconducting material is uniquely sensitive to outside stimuli, allowing its superconducting properties to be enhanced or suppressed at will.

A 3D model created by AI helped researchers to understand the formation of dislocations in complex polycrystalline materials.

Using lasers, researchers have managed to observe the ballistic movement of electrons in graphene in real time.

By stacking and twisting two layers of cuprate crystals, researchers have created the world’s first high-temperature superconducting diode.

Researchers have demonstrated that the magnetic moment of chiral phonons is significantly enhanced in topological materials.

By conducting laser annealing in a vacuum, researchers have managed to create a transparent magnetic material.

Researchers have identified a welding technique that can join composite metal foam components together without impairing their properties.

Researchers have combined two nanosized crystalline materials onto a single chip and shown that one can efficienctly transmit light to the other.

Using a new, multiscale approach, researchers have increased the resistance to crack growth of particle-reinforced rubber.

Infrared supermirrors use new paradigm in coatings

New 3D printing method for non-invasive surgery

tailored dendrites can be exploited to create hierarchical structures in metal alloys that boost both strength and ductility

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