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December 3, 2018 | Source: Rice University, news.rice.edu, Mike Williams, 14 June 2018
Sculpting With Graphene Foam
Rice University scientists have developed a simple way to produce conductive, three-dimensional (3D) objects made of graphene foam. The squishy solids look and feel something like...
November 19, 2018 | Source: University of California Riverside, ucrtoday.ucr.edu, 23 Aug 2018, Holly Ober
Genetically Engineered Virus Spins Gold Into Beads
The race is on to find manufacturing techniques capable of arranging molecular and nanoscale objects with precision. Engineers at the University of California, Riverside (UCR),...
November 19, 2018 | Source: UCLA Engineering, engineering.ucla.edu, 23 Feb 2018, UCLA News Staff
Inspired by Nature: Design for New Electrode Could Boost Supercapacitors’ Performance
Engineers from the University of California at Los Angeles ( UCLA), four other universities produce nanoscale device that mimics the structure of tree branches. Mechanical...
October 31, 2018 | Source: ScienceDaily, sciencedaily.com, R. J. Snow et al, 13 Feb 2018
Three's Company: New Alloy Sets Magnetism Benchmark
Preliminary atomic moment results for new iron-cobalt-manganese thin film blow past decades-old record by potentially 50 percent. Spintronics leverages electron spins to enhance...
October 22, 2018 | Source: Military & Areospace Magazine, militaryaerospace.com, 13 September 2018, John Keller
Applied Physical Sciences Continues Effort to Develop UUV Undersea Batteries in Blue Wolf Project
Unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) power experts at Applied Physical Sciences (APS) Corp. in Groton, Conn., are moving forward with a project to develop a highly customized high-...
Graphene: A Miracle Material with Promising Military Applications
Read more: https://www.dsiac.org/resources/journals/dsiac/spring-2018-volume-5-numb...
September 10, 2018 | Source: Michigan Technologies University, mtu.edu, 29 May 2018, Kelley Christensen
Better, Faster, Stronger: Building Batteries That Don’t Go Boom
Understanding how lithium reacts to pressure developed from charging and discharging a battery could mean safer, better batteries. There’s an old saying: “You must learn to walk...
Defense Systems Digest - 14 August 2018
14 August 2018
August 1, 2018
Electric Vehicles - Will They Significantly Impact Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Science Focus, the online home of BBC Focus Magazine, teamed up with the folks behind BBC World Service’s CrowdScience to answer questions on the topics of: Are electric cars...
Graphene: A Miracle Material With Promising Military Applications
Though the name might not be familiar to many, graphene has been heralded as a "miracle material," the application of which includes: Touchscreens (for light-emitting diode [LCD]...
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