Biocompatible fibers could use light to stimulate cells or sense signs of disease.
Study shows particle collisions may explain overheated circuits, improve thermoelectric devices.
Detecting “axion” particles may solve longstanding problem in particle physics.
Better simulations of internal tides may benefit sonar communications, protect offshore structures, and more.
New analysis finds way to safely conduct heat from graphene to biological tissues.
Observations of atomic interactions could help pave way to room-temperature superconductors.
More anthropogenic carbon in the northeast Pacific means weaker shells for many marine species.
Engineer’s designs may help purify water, diagnose disease in remote regions of world.
Continuing seismic activity could pose additional hazards to infrastructure.