Parameters identified to reduce and eliminate micro-hole sidewall tapering in nickel alloy C263.
Results determined the upper limit for the impact velocity of bouncing droplets on micro-grooved surfaces.
Gene editing treatments are a promising solution to rare genetic diseases, but still face significant obstacles to implementation.
Amphiphilic DNA nanostructures enable the formation of crystals with a structure independent of the hydrophobic molecules used.
This type of bone cancer has comparatively low survival rates that could be raised with targeted drug delivery.
Thin-film field-effect transistors provide unique benefits in electronics research.
An overview of recent progress highlights remaining challenges and future opportunities associated with producing and studying relativistic pair plasmas in the lab.
Coalescence-induced jumping is easiest to study in microgravity and has applications in orbit and on the ground.
The complex geometrical problem of packing has applications in charge distribution and granular matter.
Decomposition analyses of the molecular interactions show DNN potentials were unable to correctly represent fundamental individual many-body contributions.
A simple, compact, and low-cost instrument turns an ordinary microscope into a fast, accurate thin-film analyzer.
Remote calibration, conducted over the internet, offers a potentially faster, cheaper, and more accurate option.