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Ultra-fast new batteries can recharge 70 percent in two minutes

Scientists in Singapore have designed a highly durable battery that can also be recharged 20 times faster than current models. The development is …

Methane Mystery, ‘Minecraft’ Meets Materials Science | November 17, 2014 Issue - Vol. 92 Issue 46 | Chemical & Engineering News

Hot rocks: Abiotic methane seeps from chromium- and ruthenium-containing minerals.<p>Hot rocks: Abiotic methane seeps from chromium- and …

New fibers can deliver optogenetic signals and drugs directly into the brain while allowing simultaneous electrical readout | Kurzweil

SEM image of a probe incorporating nine tin (Sn) electrodes with within (poly(etherimide) (PEI) cladding, surrounding a hollow channel (shown filled …

Cobalt saves the day in Applied Materials' breakthrough chip manufacturing tool

Semiconductors have become a business of astounding numbers. Chip makers can put a billion transistors on a chip. Mobile and computing devices are shipping at a rate of almost 2 billion units a year now. And if chip manufacturing hits a wall, electronics companies could lose billions upon billions …

Applied Materials Inc. Tracks Assets, Protects Intellectual Property - 2014-06-17 - Page 1

Jun 17, 2014—<p>California semiconductor-equipment manufacturer Applied Materials is gradually expanding a hybrid system that includes passive RFID tags …

Supporting data-sharing to speed up innovation in Materials Science

Elsevier’s open data initiative will provide new ways of storing, sharing and accessing research data

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Scientists take big step in making graphene a viable silicon substitute

A new study moves the wonder material graphene a major step closer to knocking silicon off as the dominant workhorse of the electronics industry. …