MIT researchers find emissions of U.S. buildings and pavements can be reduced by around 50 percent even as concrete use increases.
New property in an ultrathin cousin of graphene could allow for much denser computer memory.
Two research projects on the design of state-of-the-art hardware could one day power next-generation 5G and 6G mobile networks.
A scattering-type scanning nearfield optical microscope offers advantages to researchers across many disciplines.
First experimental evidence of spin excitations in an atomically thin material helps answer 30-year-old questions, could lead to better medical diagnostics and more.
Work on three graphene-based devices may yield new insights into superconductivity.
The findings could lead to faster, more secure memory storage, in the form of antiferromagnetic bits.
A new framework calculates companies’ beneficial environmental "handprints" as well as their negative footprints, to encourage eco-friendly actions.
Cutting-edge microscope helps reveal ways to control the electronic properties of atomically thin materials.
Unconventional form of ferroelectricity could impact next-generation computing.