A new gold-silver alloy was created with the idea of lightening the load and enhance the power of devices used by soldiers.
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Researchers want to use a type of analysis commonly employed in understanding Facebook connections.
A researcher at the University of Kansas wants to study the fundamental factors that limit how atoms make bonds to uranium.
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Miners in recent decades have been over-exposed to dust, a University of Illinois researcher said.
They say there has to be a balance between exploiting mineral resources from the seabed and protecting vulnerable marine ecosystems.
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Thin layers of solid oxide protective coating for metals can deform as if they were liquid filling rust-caused cracks.
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A researcher was able to optimize single-molecule detection using gold nanorods.
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MIT scientists describe fusion power as a potentially "inexhaustible and zero-carbon source of energy."
Researchers from Fudan University and the University of Science and Technology of China tried curing blindness using gold and titanium.