SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) and Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology announced SUNY Poly’s purchase of a new tool that will enable various types of plasma processing, a process used to engineer material during the computer chip manufacturing process, without the need to change hardware systems
Auburn, MA – PI now offers new solutions for customers looking for power ultrasonic transducers, such as Langevin transducers. The focus is on high mechanical quality and low power consumption.
Scientists from Nagoya University’s Institute for Future Materials and Systems have manufactured barium titanate (BaTiO3) nanosheets with a thickness of 1.8 nm, the thinnest thickness ever generated for a free-standing film.
The nano-scale electronic parts in devices like smartphones are solid, static objects that once designed and built cannot transform into anything else
At the University of Bayreuth, scientists present new electrospun nonwovens in “Science Advances” that display an exceptional combination of extremely low thermal conductivity and high electrical conductivity.
TAGARNO, a leading provider of digital microscopes, has developed a new ‘how to’ guide for implementing digital microscopes for soldering and PCB inspection.
Owing to the global trend of utilizing electric vehicles, there has been a surge in demand for next-generation secondary batteries with higher capacity and faster charging than the lithium-ion batteries currently in use.
ChatGPT's impact extends beyond the education sector and is causing significant changes in other areas. The artificial intelligence (AI) language model is recognized for its ability to perform various tasks, including paper writing, translation, coding, and more, all through question-and-answer-based interactions.
Spin, a quantum property of particles, can be controlled using light waves to store information. This is conventionally achieved using a uniformly polarized light beam. Recently, researchers from Japan successfully gener...
This study is led by Prof. Dong Su (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences). Li ion imaging by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is the “holy grail” in the study of Li ion battery (LIB) materials.