Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Metasurface optics manipulate light in a finely controllable way using carefully designed microscopic structures on an otherwise flat surface.
Conversion of coal to liquid fuels is especially relevant in coal-rich countries, such as China and the US.
It describes six phases, starting with simple networks of qubits and ending with networks of fully quantum-connected quantum computers.
This new camera literally makes it possible to freeze time to see phenomena—and even light!—in extremely slow motion.
Short segments of DNA molecules are perfect candidates for the controllable design of novel complex structures.
Berkeley researchers have created a biohybrid system that produces a higher yield of chemical products than previously demonstrated.
The unique system captures carbon dioxide and converts it into chemicals that can be used by industry or, someday, in space colonies.
Cornell researchers have developed a highly accurate mathematical approach to predict the behavior of crowds of living creatures.
Early testing has resulted in about 94 percent agreement with traditional methods, with results being generated in a matter of hours instead of weeks.
Technique helps scientists explore a major problem with Li-metal batteries that can cause short-circuiting, even failure.