New Types of Magnets Coming
Physics

New Types of Magnets May Coming

A viable path to more environmentally friendly magnets has been demonstrated by materials scientists. These magnets are an iron-nickel alloy found in meteorites. Many key green technologies, such as wind turbines and electric cars, are high-performance [more…]

BEC Created From Europium Atoms
Physics

BEC Created From Europium Atoms

Since the first Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) was produced in 1995, scientists have cooled and trapped atoms in BECs to investigate various topics in quantum many-body systems. Atom confinement, visible properties of a BEC [more…]

Let's Get to Know the Tennessine Element
Physics

Let's Get to Know the Tennessine Element

Tennessine is the 117th element in the periodic table. The periodic table groups the elements according to their atomic numbers. The number of protons in the nucleus of the atom is known as the atomic number. Tennessi's atomic number is 117. The symbol "Ts" is the 17th of the periodic table of the elements. [more…]

Who is Mildred S Dresselhaus
Physics

Who is Mildred S. Dresselhaus?

The Dresselhaus Lecture series is named after Mildred “Millie” Dresselhaus. Mildred Dresselhaus, whose work helped solve the mystery of carbon, the most basic of all living elements, earned her the title of "queen of carbon science". [more…]

How the Material Flows
SCIENCE

How Does Material Flow and Creep?

A comprehensive theory of creep flow, a type of flow that occurs in amorphous substances such as coffee foam, has been created by researchers. Including amorphous solids, dense emulsions, foams and granular materials [more…]

Carbon Nanotubes Are Everywhere
Chemistry

Carbon Nanotubes Are Everywhere

Everything from batteries and water purifiers to auto parts and sporting goods could undergo a revolution thanks to carbon nanotubes. Vertically aligned single-walled carbon nanotube fabrication, Department of Energy (SWCNT) [more…]

Ozon layer
Environment and Climate

Ozone Hole Keeps Shrinking

Between September 7, 2022 and October 13, 2022, the annual ozone hole in Antarctica averaged just under 9 million square miles (23,2 million square kilometers). In general, the ozone layer [more…]

Electric Current from Microparticles
SCIENCE

Electric Current from Microparticles

Taking advantage of a phenomenon known as micro-emergent behavior, MIT engineers have created elementary microparticles that can collectively produce sophisticated activities, such as an ant colony building tunnels or foraging for food. Micro [more…]

What is the Hubbard Model
Computers

What is the Hubbard Model?

The Hubbard model is a rough representation of the transition from conductive to insulating systems. It is very useful in the field of solid state physics. The model is named after John Hubbard. According to the Hubbard model, each electron tunnels it into nearby atoms. [more…]

Golden Palace Turned Purple
SCIENCE

Golden Palace Changed to Purple Color

Corrosion and gold nanoparticles are responsible for the purple coloration of a gold-plated mansion in Spain. The "Alhambra", a tree-lined palace in Granada, Spain, stands in front of the snow-capped mountains where the last Muslim rulers of the country lived [more…]

Increasing Performance in Semiconductors
SCIENCE

Increasing Performance in Semiconductors

As Tokyo Tech researchers recently demonstrated, the addition of alkali metal impurities can significantly increase carrier concentration and conductivity in p-type monovalent copper semiconductors. Theoretical calculations, isovalent and larger [more…]