An exciting and exotic approach to minimizing error in quantum computation re-purposes a known code to achieve what many researchers thought was impossible.
Using an asymmetric sawtooth-shaped potential, researchers achieve transport of tiny molecules driven by particle crowding.
A new fabrication technique for aerospace components uses a carbon nanotube film to produce large composites without the need for large ovens or autoclaves.
Screening an almost infinite number of elemental combinations in search of new alloys for catalysis requires a creative approach.
Scientists have functionalized a simple nano-building block to form self-assembling molecular networks that exhibit exceptional properties.
Australian researchers find copper to be the perfect match to significantly improve 3D-printing of titanium
Researchers at Caltech and Stanford use microelectronics to enhance jellyfish swimming.
Researchers develop chameleon metals that change their properties when heated to different temperatures.
KIT Scientists develop a new 3D-printing system for building submicron structures in record time.
Scientists developed cryogenic memory cells that could be orders of magnitude faster than existing memories while consuming very little power.
A new approach combines 3D coherent imaging with machine learning to detect microscale microplastics in filtered water samples.
Researchers use ordered templates to impart unprecedented tessellating patterns in composites made from inorganic materials.