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TMS Announces Winners of 2015 Student Academic Scholarships

July 24, 2014 - Warrendale, PA : The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society announces the winners of its 2015 student academic scholarships.

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Related Topix: Warrendale, PA, Science, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, University of Wisconsin Madison, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Hispanic Business

Data on Materials Science Detailed by Researchers at LNM Institute of ...

In this work, a graphene/TiO2/Ag plasmonic metamaterial-based semiconducting thin film with a low resistivity Omega-cm) was prepared by a simple spray pyrolysis method."

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Related Topix: Science

Wed Jul 23, 2014

Planetizen

Ordinary Materials, Fantastic Opportunities

Michael Demkowicz says that steel, aluminum, and concrete are among materials we understand least, but all have big possibilities for engineers.

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Business World

World's 1st for Irish material scientist

An Irish scientist has made a globally significant breakthrough in the area of material mechanics that will have a major impact on the development of new ICT technology in the future.

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Related Topix: Trinity College

Mon Jul 21, 2014

Medical News Today

Biomedical technologies may be improved by protein in squid skin

The common pencil squid may hold the key to a new generation of medical technologies that could communicate more directly with the human body.

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Related Topix: UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, Health

Sun Jul 20, 2014

EurekAlert!

Tiny laser sensor heightens bomb detection sensitivity

A team of researchers led by Xiang Zhang, UC Berkeley professor of mechanical engineering, has found a way to dramatically increase the sensitivity of a light-based plasmon sensor to detect incredibly minute concentrations of explosives.

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Related Topix: UC Berkeley, Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Science

Fri Jul 18, 2014

RedOrbit

Protein In Squid Skin Could Improve Biomedical...

Image Caption: A protein in squid skin called reflectin can conduct positive electrical charges, making it a useful in helping medical devices communicate with the human system.

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Related Topix: UC Irvine

Gizmag

Moth eyes inspire more efficient photoelectrochemical cells

As nocturnal creatures, moths need to maximize how well they can see in the dark whilst remaining less visible to avoid predators.

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Related Topix: Science, Gadgets

Thu Jul 17, 2014

R & D

Toward ultimate light efficiency on the cheap

Researchers at the Univ. of Michigan have taken a major stride toward perfectly efficient lighting that is also relatively inexpensive and simple to make.

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Related Topix: Science

Wed Jul 16, 2014

Hispanic Business

Reports on Materials Science Findings from Yanshan University Provide ...

The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from , "The obtained LMO can be used for both anode and cathode in a three-layer fuel cell, but displays low electro-catalytic activity and power output.

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EurekAlert!

Squid skin protein could improve biomedical technologies, UCI study shows

The common pencil squid may hold the key to a new generation of medical technologies that could communicate more directly with the human body.

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Related Topix: UC Irvine, Irvine, CA

Tue Jul 15, 2014

Green Car Congress

Researchers develop efficient technique to develop new materials with desired coefficient of friction

Researchers at Japan's National Institute for Materials Science have developed a highly efficient method for developing friction materials with a desired frictional property.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Green Car Congress

Researchers develop efficient technique to develop new materials with desired coefficient of friction

Researchers at Japan's National Institute for Materials Science have developed a highly efficient method for developing friction materials with a desired frictional property.

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Electronic Engineering Times Asia

Ink promises shapely future for electronics

Researchers at the National Institute for Materials Science and Okayama University in Japan inched closer to the development of a possible approach for Printing semiconductor devices is considered to provide low-cost high performance flexible electronics that outperforms the amorphous silicon thin film transistors currently limiting developments in ... (more)

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Related Topix: Science, Science / Technology, Nanotechnology

Thu Jul 10, 2014

Freshnews

ARC Group Worldwide Hires Former Morris Technologies Executive

ARC Group Worldwide, Inc. , a leading global provider of advanced manufacturing and 3D printing solutions, today announced the hiring of Tim Warden, as Vice President of Sales and Business Development for 3DMT, a newly created role.

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Computing.co.uk

IBM to invest $3bn in chip research to support cloud and big data

IBM is to invest $3bn over the next five years on two research and early-stage development programmes to design the chip technology required to support cloud computing and big data.

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Related Topix: Science / Technology, CPU, Science, Computer Science, Cloud Computing

Wed Jul 09, 2014

GlobeNewswire

Exploring the Advancements in Materials Research, Synthesis & Fabrication

OMICS Group International's 3rd International conference on Materials Science & Engineering is all set to explore the most recent advancements in materials research with an aim of tracking the Materials Research, Synthesis, and Fabrication during October 06-08, 2014, at San Antonio, USA.

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Related Topix: Science, North Carolina A&T State University, Northwestern University, Iowa State University, Louisiana Tech University, Longwood University

Mon Jul 07, 2014

ECNmag

Inspired by nature, researchers create tougher metal materials

Drawing inspiration from the structure of bones and bamboo, researchers have found that by gradually changing the internal structure of metals they can make stronger, tougher materials that can be customized for a wide variety of applications - from body armor to automobile parts.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

Monster.com

Senior Printed Electronic Materials Scientist

Thank you for your interest in the Senior Printed Electronic Materials Scientist.

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CiteULike

Stark spectroscopy: applications in chemistry, biology, and materials science.

Annual review of physical chemistry , Vol. 48, No. 1. , pp. 213-242, doi:10.1146/annurev.physchem.48.1.213 To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document.

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