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Basic Energy Research, Basic Energy Sciences, Material Science, material sciences, Materials Science, Materials Science & Engineering, materials science engineering, materials sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Ionization, material design, Defects, Defects in material, Defects in materials , Silicon, Silicon Carbide, annealing, healing materials, Natu

Ion–Electron Collisions Can Heal Material Defects

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Bombarding a material with high-energy charged atoms heals, rather than damages, the atomic structure, which could lead to longer-lasting components for extreme environments.

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Professor Wins MIPS Award for Research Innovation

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Assistant Professor of Chemistry Troy Townsend will be working closely with Solar Tech Inc., a Maryland-based startup company, to develop a proof-of-concept process to print low-cost and lightweight solar modules.

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How to Achieve Unconventional Superconductivity in a Heavy-Electron Metal

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Microscopic understanding offers fresh directions for discovering new materials to transmit energy without loss.

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New Thin Membranes Can Self-Repair Following Damage

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Separating chemicals is vital to manufacturing, water quality, and more. The relatively thick nature and inefficiency of separation techniques increases energy use. Scientists reconfigured thin films precisely to produce valuable materials by design.

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New Molecule Predicted That Could Make Safer Batteries

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Computer-designed molecular complex can be used in halogen-free electrolytes for batteries with superior performance.

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How to Fix Blinking Light-Emitting Nanoparticles

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Scientists identified defects responsible for detrimental blinking that limits nanoparticle use in LEDs, solar cells, and lasers.

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Separation of Electron’s Intrinsic Properties Revealed

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Disentanglement reveals exotic magnetic properties in a ytterbium-based compound. The discovery provides yet another magnetic property that could be harnessed. These properties could aid in new approaches to high-performance computing and energy-efficient technologies.

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Smaller Is Not Always Better for Radiation Resistance

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Scientists experimentally validated the predicted damage mechanism for materials in nuclear energy environments.

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TMS Announces 2017 Bladesmithing Competition Winners

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Student teams from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and Norwegian University of Science and Technology take top honors in second TMS Bladesmithing Competition.

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LED Lighting May Now Shine Brighter

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Scientists apprehended the atomic-scale, microscopic mechanism that limits light emission in LED lighting.







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