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New tech delivers high-tech film that blocks electromagnetic interference

05-Nov-2018

Electromagnetic interference (EMI), which can harm smartphones, tablets, chips, drones, wearables, and evenaircraft and human health, is increasing with the explosive proliferation of devices that generate it. Themarket for EM-blocking solutions, which employ conductive or magnetic materials, is ...

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Tracking codes to authenticate genuine 3-D printed parts

23-Aug-2018

The worldwide market for 3D-printed parts is a $5 billion business with a global supply chain involving the internet, email, and the cloud - creating a number of opportunities for counterfeiting and intellectual property theft. Flawed parts printed from stolen design files could produce dire ...

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The behavior of water

New properties of H2O

15-Aug-2018

A team of scientists has uncovered new molecular properties of water--a discovery of a phenomenon that had previously gone unnoticed. Liquid water is known to be an excellent transporter of its own autoionization products; that is, the charged species obtained when a water molecule (H2O) is split ...

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Major challenge in mass production of low-cost solar cells solved

25-Jun-2018

An international team of university researchers today reports solving a major fabrication challenge for perovskite cells -- the intriguing potential challengers to silicon-based solar cells. These crystalline structures show great promise because they can absorb almost all wavelengths of light. ...

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Chemists develop MRI-like technique to detect what ails batteries

04-May-2018

A team of chemists has developed an MRI-based technique that can quickly diagnose what ails certain types of batteries--from determining how much charge remains to detecting internal defects--without opening them up. "The use of alternative energy and electrically powered vehicles will further ...

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3-D printing breakthrough for lightweight syntactic foams could help submarines dive deeper

09-Feb-2018

A team of materials scientists at NYU Tandon School of Engineering have developed the first process to 3D print components of syntactic foam, extremely strong and lightweight composites used in vehicles, airplanes, and ships. Their breakthrough holds particular promise for submarines because it ...

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Cryptographic potential in nanomaterial discovered

The ultimate defense against hackers may be just a few atoms thick

01-Dec-2017

The next generation of electronic hardware security may be at hand as researchers at New York University Tandon School of Engineering introduce a new class of unclonable cybersecurity security primitives made of a low-cost nanomaterial with the highest possible level of structural randomness. ...

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Engineering antidotes to chemical weapons

18-Oct-2017

Chemical weapons and other toxic agents including pesticides pose a serious health threat worldwide, whether they are deliberately released or emitted by accident from industrial chemical operations during processing, shipping, or storage. Jin Montclare, an associate professor in the Department ...

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Study pinpoints role of proteins that produce pearls

26-Sep-2017

Pearls are among nature's most beautiful creations, and have been treasured for countless centuries. Beneath one's iridescent surface lies a tough and resilient structure made of intricately arranged tiles of calcium carbonate organized by a crew of proteins that guide its formation and ...

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Tiny transformers: Chemists create microscopic and malleable building blocks

19-Jul-2016

Taking a page from Jonathan Swift's "Gulliver's Travels", a team of scientists has created malleable and microscopic self-assembling particles that can serve as the next generation of building blocks in the creation of synthetic materials. "Our work turns the tiniest of particles from inflexible, ...

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