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Better metric for thermoelectric materials means better design strategies

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: (a)-(c) show how the Seebeck coefficient varies for 1D, 2D and 3D materials, while (d)-(f) show the…

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A breakthrough that enables practical semiconductor spintronics

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Weimin Chen, professor at Linköping University. view more  Credit: Peter Modin/LiU It may be possible in the…

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Visionary bone damage study

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Professor Youhong Tang, Flinders University view more  Credit: Flinders University A novel way to pinpoint and illuminate…

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New ‘quantum’ approach helps solve an old problem in materials science

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: In this figure, the hopping amplitude and existence of possible pathways for atomic migrations [panel (a)] can…

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Cohesive circuit protection for wearable electronics

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Water is detrimental to electronic devices because it easily causes short circuits and accidents, such as overheating/ignition.…

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A successful phonon calculation within the Quantum Monte Carlo framework

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Phonon dispersion of diamond calculated at the variational Monte Carlo level by TurboRVB view more  Credit: Kousuke…

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Electromagnetic fields of nanostructures visualized in 3D for the first time

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: from left: The physicists Gerald Kothleitner (TU Graz), Ulrich Hohenester (Uni Graz) and Georg Haberfehlner (TU Graz),…

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Scientists use nanotechnology to detect bone-healing stem cells

Fitness & Health: Researchers at the University of Southampton have developed a new way of using nanomaterials to identify and…

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Method offers inexpensive imaging at the scale of virus particles

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: MIT engineers have devised a novel technique for imaging biological samples down to a resolution of 9…

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Faster and less-invasive atomic force microscopy for visualizing biomolecular systems

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: (a) Raster scanning: Trace scanning (red line) and retrace scanning (blue line) of the sample stage, …

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