Tuesday, May 17, 2022


A family of eco-friendly, frost-resistant, and ice-phobic coatings

A longer-lasting alternative to conventional deicers.

Water may be common within Europa’s ice shell

Stanford researchers' explanation for the formation of abundant features on Europa bodes well for the search for extraterrestrial life

Scientists successfully visualized crystal nucleation

Paving the way for the design of safer and more stable active substances.

Using ultrasonic waves as a new charging technology

Ultrasonic waves have applications in wireless charging of batteries underwater or in body-implanted devices.

A newly designed heat engine with no moving parts is as efficient as a steam turbine

The design could someday enable a fully decarbonized power grid.

Generating electricity from Methane

Generating power while purifying the environment of greenhouse gases should be achievable using bacteria.

A new experimental tool reveals how immune cells find their targets

A simple way to identify B or T cells that interact with viral or bacterial proteins.

A low-temperature method to maintain the structure of gold and silver in alloys

The method that could be used to manufacture has more everyday applications.

Nomon: System helps severely motor-impaired individuals type more quickly and accurately

A new interface learns how motor-impaired individuals make selections, and then self-adjusts accordingly.

Silicone raspberry to tech harvesting robots to grasp fruit

Soft sensorized physical twin for harvesting raspberries.

Engineering of quantum states in solids using light

A platform to control and measure the properties of materials in various ways with light.

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