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Mass important at nano-scale, matters in calculations and measurements

Mass important at nano-scale, matters in calculations and measurements | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
An engineering professor has proven that the effect of mass is important, can be measured and has a significant impact on any calculations and measurements at the sub-micrometer scale.
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96% optically transparent paper could revolutionize next-generation solar cells

96% optically transparent paper could revolutionize next-generation solar cells | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
A new kind of paper that is made of wood fibers yet is 96% transparent could be a revolutionary material for next-generation solar cells.

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Physicists quantify temperature changes in metal nanowires

Physicists quantify temperature changes in metal nanowires | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Physicists have demonstrated the capability of measuring temperature changes in very small 3-D regions of
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Des circuits électroniques ultrafins à fixer… même sur un cheveu

Des circuits électroniques ultrafins à fixer… même sur un cheveu | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Des scientifiques de l’École polytechnique fédérale de Zurich ont développé une technique de fabrication de circuits électroniques transparents si fins et flexibles qu’ils peuvent s’enrouler autour d’un cheveu.
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Nanotechnology: A deeper look at interfaces

Nanotechnology: A deeper look at interfaces | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
A new technique makes it possible for the first time to selectively study the electronic structure of buried interfaces in multilayer nanodevices.
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Fin de vie des silicones

Fin de vie des silicones | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
L’utilisation importante des silicones a très vite posé la question de leur dégradation en fin de vie. Des techniques de recyclage des silicones ont alors émergé, tenant compte de leurs propriétés physico-chimiques.
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Researchers grow liquid crystal 'flowers' that can be used as lenses

Researchers grow liquid crystal 'flowers' that can be used as lenses | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
A team of material scientists, chemical engineers and physicists has made another advance in their effort to use liquid crystals as a medium for assembling structures.
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Method for mass production of graphene-based field-effect transistors (FETs) developed

Method for mass production of graphene-based field-effect transistors (FETs) developed | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology(UNIST) researchers in Korea have announced a method for mass production of graphene-based field-effect transistors (FETs).

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Researchers split water into hydrogen, oxygen using light, nanoparticles

Researchers split water into hydrogen, oxygen using light, nanoparticles | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Researchers have found a catalyst that can quickly generate hydrogen from water using sunlight, potentially creating a clean and renewable source of energy.
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Ultrafast heating of water: This pot boils faster than you can watch it

Ultrafast heating of water: This pot boils faster than you can watch it | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Scientists have devised a novel way to boil water in less than a trillionth of a second.
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Programming smart molecules: Machine-learning algorithms could make chemical reactions intelligent

Programming smart molecules: Machine-learning algorithms could make chemical reactions intelligent | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Computer scientists have shown that an important class of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms could be implemented using chemical reactions.
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Amplifying our vision of the infinitely small

Amplifying our vision of the infinitely small | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Scientists have discovered a method to improve detection of the infinitely small.
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Biotemplated design of piezoelectric energy harvesting device developed

Biotemplated design of piezoelectric energy harvesting device developed | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Scientists have developed a biotemplated design for a flexible piezoelectric energy harvesting device, called a "nanogenerator."
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New microscopy technique improves imaging at the atomic scale

New microscopy technique improves imaging at the atomic scale | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
When capturing images at the atomic scale, even tiny movements of the sample can result in skewed or distorted images – and those movements are virtually impossible to prevent.

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CERN experiment produces first beam of antihydrogen atoms for hyperfine study

CERN experiment produces first beam of antihydrogen atoms for hyperfine study | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
The ASACUSA experiment at CERN has succeeded for the first time in producing a beam of antihydrogen atoms.

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Stanford bioengineers redesign protein motors to create novel nanomachines

Stanford bioengineers redesign protein motors to create novel nanomachines | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Stanford scientists genetically engineer versions of myosin proteins that transport biological materials in cells to illuminate design features that keep these protein motors on track. Inside our cells, proteins known as myosins can act as a...

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Researchers 'detune' a molecule: Scientists control the bonds between atoms in a buckyball

Researchers 'detune' a molecule: Scientists control the bonds between atoms in a buckyball | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Scientists have found they can control the bonds between atoms in a molecule. The molecule in question is carbon-60, also known as the buckminsterfullerene and the buckyball, discovered in 1985.
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Usine du futur. Nouvelles approches dans les industries des procédés

Usine du futur. Nouvelles approches dans les industries des procédés | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
L’ingénieur des procédés est au cœur des évolutions techniques qui dessinent les usines de demain.
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New Superconducting Cable Brings Nuclear Fusion Power Closer to Reality

New Superconducting Cable Brings Nuclear Fusion Power Closer to Reality | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Twente have developed a new superconducting cable system that is crucial to the success of nuclear fusion reactors.

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Nanotechnology for self-powered systems

Nanotechnology for self-powered systems | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
There is an almost infinite number of mechanical energy sources all around us – basically, anything that moves can be harvested for energy.

Via Szabolcs Kósa, Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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Can we turn unwanted carbon dioxide into electricity?

Can we turn unwanted carbon dioxide into electricity? | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Researchers are developing a new kind of geothermal power plant that will lock away unwanted carbon dioxide underground -- and use it as a tool to boost electric power generation by at least 10 times compared to existing geothermal energy approaches.
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Cellulose nanocrystals possible 'green' wonder material

Cellulose nanocrystals possible 'green' wonder material | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
The same tiny cellulose crystals that give trees and plants their high strength, light weight and resilience, have now been shown to have the stiffness of steel.
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‘Zero-dimensional’ carbon nanotubes may lead to superthin/superfast electronics and synthetic cells

‘Zero-dimensional’ carbon nanotubes may lead to superthin/superfast electronics and synthetic cells | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Piles of zero-dimensional carbon nanotubes appear as gold “mountains” a few nanometers high on a substrate, viewed by atomic force microscopy.

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Le stanène, premier « supraconducteur » à température ambiante ?

Le stanène, premier « supraconducteur » à température ambiante ? | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Inspirés par le graphène, des physiciens ont simulé sur ordinateur le comportement d'un feuillet constitué d'atomes d'étain et de fluor.
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When aluminum outshines gold: Aluminum's valuable plasmonic properties detailed

When aluminum outshines gold: Aluminum's valuable plasmonic properties detailed | Science et Technique | Scoop.it
Aluminum's plasmonic properties may make it far more valuable than gold and silver for certain applications. Researchers provide experimental and theoretical proof of the metal's potential.
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