New Delhi: On the occasion of 30th foundation day of Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET), Shri Sanjay Dhotre, the Union Minister of State for Education, Communications, Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India, inaugurated today the International Conference on Multifunctional Electronic Materials & Processing (MEMP 2021). Several dignitaries
This International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we feature four fabulous women at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermilab who are pushing at the frontiers of particle physics. Kirsty Duffy, Jessica Esquivel, Anna Grassellino and Jen Raaf shared with the world their passion for science over the last
The greatest scientific discoveries upwell from the depths of the collective unconscious to captivate the imaginations of an era’s most prominent visionaries. This phenomenon appeared in full force in 2015 when, on opposite sides of the world, Japanese researcher Takaaki Kajita and Canadian physicist Arthur McDonald simultaneously, yet independently, discovered
The strength of the interactions between electrons in a structure called twisted bilayer graphene has been tuned by adjusting the immediate environment — a major advance for tunable electronic quantum matter.
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As plans to explore the cosmos once again reach a fever pitch in the United Statesand abroad, the Neutrino Energy Group stands at the ready to supplement the power sources that contemporary astronauts will need to establish colonies on the Moon and travel to Mars. A recent press release details
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By all measures, graphene should not exist. The fact it does comes down to some neat loophole in physics which sees with an impossible 2D sheet of atoms behave like a good 3D material. New research has delved into graphene’s rippling, discovering a physical happening on an atomic scale which
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