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May 7, 2018 | Source: U.S. Army, army.mil, 17 Apr 2018, ARL Public Affairs
Army Engineers Discover Technique to Make Adaptive Materials
Engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the University of Maryland have developed a technique that causes a composite material to become stiffer and stronger on-demand...
May 7, 2018 | Source: Georgia Institute of Technology, rh.gatech.edu, 26 Jan 2018, John Toon
Researchers Boost Efficiency and Stability of Optical Rectennas
The research team that announced the first optical rectenna in 2015 is now reporting a two-fold efficiency improvement in the devices — and a switch to air-stable diode materials...
April 23, 2018 | Source: Rice University, news.rice.edu, 4 Jan 2018, Mike Williams
Touchy Nanotubes Work Better When Clean
Carbon nanotubes bound for electronics need to be as clean as possible to maximize their utility in next-generation nanoscale devices, and scientists at Rice and Swansea...
Reliability Research for a Maintenance-Free Operation Period
INTRODUCTION Maintenance requirements for the rotorcraft fleet of the U.S. Army are sizable. Specifically, for the fiscal year 2016 budget, 35% of Army funds were spent on...
October 9, 2017 | Source: The University of Texas at Dallas, utdallas.edu, 25 Aug 2017, Amanda Siegfried
No Batteries Required: Energy-Harvesting Yarns Generate Electricity
An international research team led by scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas and Hanyang University in South Korea has developed high-tech yarns that generate electricity...
September 26, 2017 | Source: Duke University, pratt.duke.edu, 14 June 2017, Ken Kingery
Printed Sensors Monitor Tire Wear in Real Time
Electrical engineers at Duke University have invented an inexpensive printed sensor that can monitor the tread of car tires in real time, warning drivers when the rubber meeting...
In Situ Manufacturing of Polymer Nanocomposites for Energetic Applications
Introduction For many years, propellant and explosive formulators have investigated the use of nanomaterials to increase performance and modify reactivity of energetic materials...
September 7, 2016 | Source: Dexter Johnson, spectrum.ieee.org
Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor Detects Toxins With a Mobile Phone
A little over four years ago, researchers at the University of California, Riverside, developed a sensor made from carbon nantoubes for detecting toxic chemicals. So enthusiastic...
February 4, 2016 | Source: Rice News, news.rice.edu, 5 January 2016, Mike Williams
Graphene Composite May Keep Wings Ice-Free
Rice University develops conductive graphen-based material to heat surfaces, simplify ice removal. A thin coating of graphene nanoribbons in epoxy developed at Rice University has...
Carbon Nanotubes: Small Structures with Big Promise
The unique physical, electrical, and molecular properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) cause them to be the focus of research for a wide range of applications. While commercial...
Survivability and Vulnerability