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Pushing boundaries

Studies of critical reactions at interfaces between solids and liquids provide insights into systems spanning the fields of Atmospheric Aerosol Systems, Biosystem Dynamics and Design, Energy Materials and Processes, and Terrestrial and Subsurface Ecosystems.

Posted: Mar 4th, 2016

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A quantum computer based on five atoms

Researchers have designed and built a quantum computer from five atoms in an ion trap. The computer uses laser pulses to carry out Shor's algorithm on each atom, to correctly factor the number 15.

Posted: Mar 4th, 2016

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New way to control chemical reactions

Scientists have harnessed static electricity to control chemical reactions for the first time, in a breakthrough that could bring cleaner industry and cheaper nanotechnology.

Posted: Mar 3rd, 2016

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MesoGlue: A game-changing substance for nanotechnology (w/video)

This metallic adhesive is game-changing in several ways. It would improve heat transfer for devices, like computers and tablets, allowing more efficient CPU cooling. MesoGlue would also replace the soldering process and make it easier to piece together tiny parts at room temperature. For computers, MesoGlue would replace thermal grease that would increase power and lifetime of computer chips.

Posted: Mar 3rd, 2016

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