Vanderbilt Ph.D. graduate student Junhao Lin's three-atom nanoscale wire could be used to craft paper-thin electronic components that could in turn lead to much smaller and thinner mobile electronics
Posted by Stivi 95 days ago (http://news.discovery.com)
The results could lead to robots with better vision and sensing. Continue reading →
Posted by Boby 96 days ago (http://www.globalpost.com)
Putnisite is completely unique and "unrelated to anything," scientists say.
Novel nanoarray may improve energy storage and electronics performance.
Posted by rodi 99 days ago (http://news.discovery.com)
Many pterodactyls, such as the ones depicted in Jurassic Park, were huge, but the dino-era airborne beasts evolved from a tiny flying reptile. Continue reading →
Posted by wendy 100 days ago (http://arstechnica.com)
Intelligent life hasn't contacted us yet, possibly because it self-destructs.
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