A simulation driven by artificial intelligence demonstrates researchers can pick desired properties of materials by controlling layer composition and geometry, with wide-ranging opportunities for applications.
Addressing bubble dynamics and jet flow regimes leads to improved quality of laser-induced-forward-transfer bioprints.
Differently sized structures on the bugs work together to allow both static and dynamic wetting resistance.
Characterizing the microscale thermal conductivity of industrial filler materials for thermal composites
Method shows some deviations between bulk and microscale thermal conductivity for inorganic particles embedded in epoxy resin.
Their ridges result in unusual, unsteady flow patterns that include vortex generation and transverse fluid mixing.
One-step solution combustion method used for introducing extra cations to enhance the cation-disorder effect.
New vacuum technology for laser-cooled atoms reliably sustains cold atoms for over 200 days with no signs of degradation.
Small changes in the molecular architecture of soft particles are introduced to impact the state diagram of colloidal mixtures.
Though previously thought to affect the devices’ current time delay after a voltage is applied, ion mobility turns out to only play a role when the voltage is small.
An examination of case studies from the biopharmaceutical industry demonstrates how commercially available in vitro human liver models are used in drug development.