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Wearable Thin-Film Transistors Developed
KAIST develops ultrathin, transparent oxide thin-film transistors for wearable display.
Single light particle hologram created
Scientists at have created the first ever hologram of a single light particle.
Upsizing nanostructures into 3-D printed materials
A new process allows materials synthesized at the nano-level to be scaled to larger sizes to take advantage of their mechanical, optical, and energy properties.
Warm Jupiters Not As Lonely As Expected
Astronomers have given us our clearest understanding yet of a class of exoplanets called “Warm Jupiters”, showing that many have unexpected planetary companions.
Tiny hard disk writes information atom by atom
A team of scientists to build a memory of 1 kilobyte (8,000 bits), where each bit is represented by the position of one single chlorine atom.
Dark Energy Measured with Record-Breaking Map of 1.2 Million Galaxies
Physicists and astronomers have announced results from the largest-ever, three-dimensional map of distant galaxies.
Scientists’ Breakthrough In Modelling Universe
Research teams in Europe and the USA have begun modelling the universe for the first time using Einstein’s full general theory of relativity.
What Did Earth’s Ancient Magnetic Field Look Like?
New work suggests Earth’s ancient magnetic field was significantly different than the present day field, originating from several poles rather than the familiar two.
Fastest-Spinning Brown-Dwarf Star Detected
Astronomers have detected what may be the most-rapidly-rotating, ultra-cool, brown-dwarf star ever seen.
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