Once deemed suitable only for high-speed communication systems, an alloy called InGaAs might one day rival silicon in high-performance computing.
Fabric samples are headed to the International Space Station for resiliency testing; possible applications include cosmic dust detectors or spacesuit smart skins.
In a new realm of materials, PhD student Thanh Nguyen uses neutrons to hunt for exotic properties that could power real-world applications.
The instrument could bring powerful sensing and imaging capabilities out of the lab and into hospitals, airports, or other settings.
Fabrication technique will enable SkyWater Technology to manufacture a range of electronics that can withstand harsh radiation environments.
Exotic states called Kohn anomalies could offer clues to why some materials have the electronic properties they do.
The design could advance the development of small, portable AI devices.
Technique paves the way for more energy efficient, 3D microprocessors.