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Neutron scattering experiment resolves a contentious superconducting issue
10 August, 2014
Scientists around the globe are trying to understand the phenomenon of loss-free electric power transmission by high-temperature superconductors. Materials that exhibit this effect at room temperature would bear huge technical potential. Recently symmetry changes in the electronic phases of high-temperature superconductors near their transition temperature had been attributed to doping effects. But an international team of scientists has now discovered that solely spin dynamics of the electrons are responsible for these spontaneous changes.
Highly non-linear metamaterials for laser technology
03 July, 2014
Non-linear optical materials are widely used in laser systems. However, high light intensity and long propagation are required to produce strong non-linear optical effects. Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and the Technische Universitaet Muenchen have created metamaterials with a million times stronger non-linear optical response, compared to traditional non-linear materials, and demonstrated frequency conversion in films 100 times thinner than a human hair, using light intensity comparable to that of a laser pointer.
Spider silks, the ecological materials of tomorrow?
30 November, 2004
Spider silks could become the intelligent materials of the future, according to a review article published this month in the journal Microbial Cell Factories. The characteristics of spider silk could have applications in areas ranging from medicine to ballistics.
 
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