In the question of curly versus straight, new evidence suggests curly wins – at least in the world of nanowires. Researchers from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, have shown that twisting straight nanowires into springs
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are giving new meaning to the term “read the fine print” with their demonstration of a color printing process using nanomaterials. In this case, the print features are
Eight civil engineers with ties to Missouri University of Science and Technology were inducted into the Missouri S&T Academy of Civil Engineers during the academy's induction ceremony held April 24. The academy honors
Casey Burton (Missouri University of Science and Technology);; Judit Marsillach (University of Washington);; Yu Shrike Zhang (Harvard Medical School);; Weian Zhao (University of California);; Xiwei Zheng (University of Nebraska-Lincoln). Full profiles Our Young Investigator Award provides support and raises awareness of the research from those leading the field to a new age, and we are grateful to Waters and the EBF for their continuing support of the program.”.
In a paper published today in The Optical Society's new, high-impact journal Optica, a research team from the University of Stuttgart, Germany and the University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland, has harnessed the human eye's This ability to go beyond the diffraction limit of the human eye was demonstrated by teaching a small group of volunteers to identify the remarkably subtle color differences in light that has passed through thin films of . Related Stories
In another groundbreaking study drawing on Internet usage data collected anonymously, computer science researcher Dr. Sriram Chellappan and colleagues at Duke University see correlations between certain types of Internet use – such An eye-tracking study by Drs. Hong Sheng and Nick Lockwood of Missouri S&T's business and information technology department found that people who get their financial news by video are less likely to make major investment
A researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology has discovered a bacterium that can produce hydrogen, an element that one day could lessen the world's dependence on oil. What she found was a new species of bacterium that can produce hydrogen and 1, 3-propanediol under high pH and salinity conditions that might turn out to be valuable industrially. An organic compound, 1, 3-propenediol .. Feature Stories · Latest news · Week's top · Archive.
Sylvain Lannebère and Mário G. Silveirinha at the University of Coimbra in Portugal have published a paper on the new light-trapping device in a recent issue of Nature Communications. As the researchers explain in their
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