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Slashdot Items Tagged "materialsscience"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday February 23, 2012 @01:17PM Where Next-Generation Rare Earth Metals May Come From
Friday February 03, 2012 @09:44AM Researchers Create Glass Just 3 Atoms Thick
Thursday February 02, 2012 @09:02AM Berkeley Scientists Develop Self-Assembling Nanorods
Friday January 27, 2012 @08:17PM Graphene Membranes Superpermeable to Water
Saturday December 17, 2011 @02:09PM Innovative Use of Plastics Could Cheaply Double Solar Cell Output
Thursday December 15, 2011 @01:05PM How 3D Printing Could Help Keep the ISS In Orbit
Thursday December 08, 2011 @09:58AM Researchers Build First Molybdenite Microchip
Tuesday December 06, 2011 @01:39PM Graphene spun into metre-long fibres
Saturday November 26, 2011 @12:39AM UK University Creates First Inkjet-Printed Graphene Circuit
Thursday November 24, 2011 @02:54PM Stanford Researchers Invent Everlasting Battery Material
Thursday November 24, 2011 @11:21AM MIT Researchers Make Advance Toward Photonic Circuits
Friday November 18, 2011 @07:28PM Engineers Create World's Lightest Material
Monday November 14, 2011 @05:39PM Deep-sea Camouflage Tactics Revealed
Monday November 14, 2011 @03:09AM Scientists Develop Super-Slippery Material
Thursday November 10, 2011 @12:13PM Tying Molecules In Knots
Thursday November 10, 2011 @11:36AM Faster Algorithm for Sphere Packing Discovered
Friday October 28, 2011 @08:13PM 'Invisible Glass' Solves Screen Reflection Problems
Sunday October 09, 2011 @09:11PM Graphene 'Big Mac' — One Step Closer To Microchips
Thursday October 06, 2011 @09:30AM Film Turns Windows Into Solar Panels
Wednesday October 05, 2011 @09:31AM Dan Shechtman Wins Chemistry Nobel For Quasicrystals
Tuesday October 04, 2011 @08:39AM UK To Get £50m Graphene Research Hub
Sunday September 18, 2011 @12:44PM Artificial Blood Vessels Created On a 3D Printer
Saturday September 17, 2011 @01:19AM Pumping Fluid With No Moving Parts
Wednesday September 14, 2011 @09:15AM Fixing the Final Steps In the Recycling Chain
Sunday September 11, 2011 @11:35PM Polymer Gel Shows Promise For Smaller, Cheaper Batteries
Thursday September 08, 2011 @10:28AM Scientists Create New Type of Superconductor Wires
Friday August 12, 2011 @12:43AM Researchers Make Graphene From Girl Scout Cookies
Thursday August 11, 2011 @12:57PM Portable, Super-high-resolution 3-D Imaging
Monday August 08, 2011 @06:22PM Start-Up Claims Immortality For Data With 'Stone-Like' Disc
Thursday August 04, 2011 @06:27PM New Chip Can Identify Liquids, Encode Messages
Thursday August 04, 2011 @01:31PM Building Material Absorbs and Releases Heat
Sunday June 05, 2011 @08:08AM Integrating Capacitors Into Car Frames
Sunday May 29, 2011 @12:11AM Cleaning Up Japan's Radioactive Mess With Blue Goo
Monday May 23, 2011 @01:29PM Will Graphene Revolutionize the 21st Century?
Thursday May 05, 2011 @10:53PM Canadian Researchers Create Thin-Film Flexible Paperphone
Thursday April 14, 2011 @02:00PM Taking Radioactive Contaminants From Water With Shells
Thursday March 31, 2011 @01:32PM Plastic Made From Fruit Rivals Kevlar In Strength
Thursday March 10, 2011 @04:02PM EADS Bicycle Made of Steel-Strength Nylon
Thursday March 03, 2011 @11:41PM Researchers Turn To Silk For Flexible E-Devices
Saturday December 18, 2010 @08:15PM How To Cut a Nanotube? Lots Of Compression
Monday November 29, 2010 @02:02PM Microsoft Patents Shape-Shifting Display
Wednesday November 17, 2010 @02:24AM Graphene Can Be Made With Table Sugar
Friday November 12, 2010 @12:17PM Modeling Software Showed BP Cement As Unstable
Tuesday November 09, 2010 @03:29PM Not Transparent Aluminum, But Conductive Plastic
Tuesday October 19, 2010 @08:56PM Degraded Electrodes Observed In Aging Batteries
Thursday July 29, 2010 @11:05PM 'Bizarre' Nanobubbles Found In Strained Graphene
Wednesday July 28, 2010 @10:07AM Possible Room Temperature Superconductor Achieved
Sunday July 18, 2010 @07:06AM Engineers Create Tiny Wires WIth Old Technique
Tuesday June 29, 2010 @02:18AM Programmable Origami

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