Technology can help develop highly efficient infrared absorbers, emitters, and modulators that are useful in defence technologies, energy technologies, imaging, sensing, and so on.
Scientists have fabricated improved low-cost heavy rare earth-free high Nd-Fe-B magnets, which are in high demand for Electric Vehicles and can make them more affordable.
A new hypothesis may help answer questions of why women still shoulder most housework, and why men never seem to notice.
Study uncovered how magnetic waves are transmitted past a standing shock wave, known as the bow shock, that forms ahead of Earth as a result of the solar wind hitting our magnetic bubble (magnetosphere).
Nature is a powerful tool that can be harnessed by social prescribers to improve people’s health and wellbeing, according to a series of new evidence reviews.
This acidity determines how long viruses remain infectious in the air – with profound implications for virus transmission and strategies to contain it.
Researchers have discovered how proteins in the cell can form tiny liquid droplets that act as a smart molecular glue.
Researchers have developed a method that allows a flapping-wing robot to land autonomously on a horizontal perch using a claw-like mechanism.
Scientists have overcome the scaling challenges of quantum optomechanical systems and realized the first superconducting circuit optomechanical graphene lattice.
Identification of elderly persons at risk of developing cognitive impairment and dementia could be made possible by examining ergothioneine levels in the blood.