By exploiting the capabilities of 3D printing, high performance composite magnets can be precisely patterned into complex shapes and architectures.
Prof. Jungchul Lee reports a four degrees-of-freedom direct writing technique for liquid metal patterns.
MIT researchers mimic nature to produce interfacial composite materials with stimuli-responsive microstructures.
Researchers at King’s College London have achieved previously unseen levels of control over the travelling direction of electromagnetic waves in waveguides.
PEEK-like phthalonitrile resin has superior high-temperature and flammability properties for use in numerous marine, aerospace, and domestic applications.
Technology is based on metal di-chalogenides, which are emerging as potential candidates to replace current CMOS materials.
US government-funded research pays off with new process for environmental remediation.
Companies have agreed to co-develop new methods to reduce overall cost of ownership for Extreme UltraViolet and lithography.
Researchers establish missing link between mechanical and structural properties of glass.
New IKV foaming process reduces part density and is more environmentally friendly than alternatives.
New York firm has developed an artificial, micro-fiber spider web to stop bedbugs, termites and other pests without the use of harmful and toxic chemicals.
Controlling the shapes of catalytic nanoparticles made from noble metals such as platinum and palladium may be more complicated than previously thought.