Water is one of the uttermost complex substance to study. New findings obtained using advanced computational techniques are presented on the Journal...
New to nano? A new Advanced Materials Tutorial Review highlights the most common characterization techniques for the nanoscale.
On May 20th, 2019, the world celebrates World Metrology Day. Although an annual celebration, this year in particular stands out from the...
From royal decrees of the middle ages to ideals born from revolutionary upheaval; the remarkable history of standard measurements.
How a mix-up between the imperial and metric systems resulted in a $193 million crash.
A new silicon-based light-emitting diode (LED) is developed, and provides a solution in the manufacturing of better LEDs.
New research suggests that biskyrmions are not what they previously appeared to be.
Is electronic communication taking up too much of our time?
A solar cell that makes its own storable fuel.
Current robots don’t have Terminator capabilities. But the technology is getting closer with new liquid metals that can be manipulated in 3D...