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Visualizing how radiation bombardment boosts superconductivity http://ow.ly/2YXSZU
Sometimes a little damage can do a lot of good—at least in the case of iron-based high-temperature superconductors. Bombarding these materials with high-energy heavy ions introduces nanometer-scale damage tracks that can enhance the materials' ability to carry high current with no energy loss—and ...
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This Slinky lookalike 'hyperlens' helps us see tiny objects - It looks like a Slinky suspended in motion. http://ow.ly/2YXmDN
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WISE spacecraft discovers most luminous galaxy in universe - A remote galaxy shining with the light of more than 300 trillion suns has been discovered using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). The galaxy is the most luminous galaxy found to date and belongs to a new class of objects recently discovered by WISE—extremely luminous infrared galaxies, or ELIRGs. http://ow.ly/2YVIGO
A remote galaxy shining with the light of more than 300 trillion suns has been discovered using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). The galaxy is the most luminous galaxy found to date and belongs to a new class of objects recently discovered by WISE—extremely luminous infrared ...
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Turn that defect upside down: Twin boundaries in lithium-ion batteries http://ow.ly/2YUWaI
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How to make continuous rolls of graphene - Graphene is a material with a host of potential applications, including in flexible light sources, solar panels that could be integrated into windows, and membranes to desalinate and purify water. But all these possible uses face the same big hurdle: the need for a scalable and cost-effective method for continuous manufacturing of graphene films. http://ow.ly/2YU0Qj
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Paleontologists discover the first dinosaur fossil in Washington state http://ow.ly/2YTQYf
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Researchers develop method of fabricating perovskite solar cells that is more efficient, costs less http://ow.ly/2YXuFP
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Semiliquid battery competitive with both Li-ion batteries and supercapacitors http://ow.ly/2YXddb
(Phys.org)—A new semiliquid battery developed by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin has exhibited encouraging early results, encompassing many of the features desired in a state-of-the-art energy-storage device. In particular, the new battery has a working voltage similar to that of ...
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Nice what is the weight to power ratio I wonder.
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Modern alchemy: Chemists devise synthesis of valuable exotic compounds http://ow.ly/2YV87r
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New device may make converting waste heat to electricity industrially competitive http://ow.ly/2YUrmG
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For when NIKOLA TESLA trasportation of free energy??  or you just are doing in some case of NASA´S SATELLITES, convert energy from time in space energy seems quite easy??
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Researchers theoretically demonstrate the detection of a single nuclear spin at room temperature http://ow.ly/2YTUzz
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Oldest-known stone tools pre-date Homo - Scientists working in the desert badlands of northwestern Kenya have found stone tools dating back 3.3 million years, long before the advent of modern humans, and by far the oldest such artifacts yet discovered. The tools, whose makers may or may not have been some sort of human ancestor, push the known date of such tools back by 700,000 years; they also may challenge the notion that our own most direct ancestors were the first t... http://ow.ly/2YS5rh
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