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Designer lighting and ecological benefits from the same advance: tiny Sandia laser generates ultraviolet light
It won't be found in tanning salons, but the first ultraviolet (UV) solid-state microcavity laser has been demonstrated in prototype by scientists at the Sandia National Laboratories and Brown U. (2000-10-23)
Green light special
Bright new green light emitting diodes, or LEDs, are replacing incandescent bulbs in traffic lights around the country. (2000-10-05)
Tiny sampling device promises big results for detection and analysis of chemicals
A sampling device smaller than the tip of a fingernail promises big results for detecting and analyzing trace chemicals. (2000-08-28)
Beyond the everlasting lightbulb
The University of Cambridge and Thomas Swan Scientific Equipment Ltd have announced a major new partnership that will allow scientists to develop innovative technology based on the material gallium nitride. (2000-07-19)
Patent gives battery research a charge
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have been awarded U.S. (2000-07-05)
Brookhaven Lab and Gould Electronics develop new materials for building better batteries
The U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and Gould Electronics, Inc., an Eastlake, Ohio company that produces lithium-ion polymer batteries, are working together under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement to enhance the efficiency of these batteries, while reducing the use of toxic salts in them. (2000-03-14)
Fluorine enhances boron combustion in energetic propellants
Recent shock-tube experiments at the University of Illinois have shown that propellants containing fluorine can significantly enhance the combustion of energetic boron particles. (2000-02-02)
Milestone measurement made of the force needed to break carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes are smaller than the eye can see, but how much load can these tiny fibers bear before they fail? (2000-01-27)
Radiating relief: Researcher combats stubborn arthritis with neutrons
In collaboration with the DOE's Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory nuclear physicist David Nigg, physicist Jacquelyn Yanch of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has devised a new way to kill the synovium, the lining that overgrows and ruins a joint afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis, using neutron capture radiation therapy. (2000-01-13)
Ultrapowerful laser system performs difficult industrial task on tabletop
Using a very powerful laser that sits on a tabletop, University of Michigan researchers have demonstrated a new way to separate different forms of the same chemical element. (1999-09-20)
Virginia Tech researchers create new family of molecule, solve fullerene processing mystery
Leaky lab equipment and Virginia Tech researchers' eagle eyes have resulted in a new family of molecules with potential applications ranging from medicine to optical-electronic devices, and beyond. (1999-09-01)
Synthesis of a new cubic phase of silicon nitride: A promising material for technical applications
A new phase of the technologically important ceramic material silicon nitride, Si3N4, was sythesized and identified by scientists of the High Pressure Group at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, from the Technische Universität Darmstadt and the Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. (1999-07-21)
Blue light special
Emerging technology to produce commercially viable solid- state lasers capable of emitting light in the blue segment of the color spectrum is well on its way thanks to ONR-funded research. (1999-07-01)
One-Angstrom Microscope achieves better than one-angstrom resolution -- and more
Using the One-Angstrom Microscope (OAM) at the National Center for Electron Microscopy (NCEM), researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have made unprecedented images of columns of carbon atoms in a diamond lattice, only 0.89 angstrom apart -- less than one ten-billionth of a meter. (1999-06-09)
Berkeley lab researchers explain the striking effects of nitrogen in a semiconductor alloy
The search for more efficient solar cells recently has focused on an unexplained benefit derived from incorporating small amounts of nitrogen into the semiconductor alloy gallium indium arsenide. (1999-06-04)
Cosmic ray history encoded in abundances of light elements
By taking a closer look at two of the lightest elements in the universe, a University of Illinois scientist is helping to solve a mystery that lies at the intersection of cosmology, cosmic rays and chemical evolution. (1999-06-01)
Finer Copper Wires For Faster Integrated Circuits
A researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has devised a new way to inlay copper wires in the semiconductor wafers used to create integrated circuits. (1999-04-05)
Neutron Research To Help In Treatment Of Cancer Patients
Measurements of neutrons at Ohio University will be used to help treat cancer patients using boron neutron capture therapy, an experimental approach that could replace traditional treatments for cancer, such as chemotherapy, gamma radiation and surgery. (1999-03-03)
Superconductor "Sees" Longer Wavelengths
A new superconducting device detects single light quanta, photons, at wavelengths longer than previously possible, and does so with remarkable speed and sensitivity. (1999-03-01)
UF Team Achieves Milestone In Design Of New Semiconductors
Using a material called gallium nitride a group of University of Florida engineers is the first to develop an important building block for a new breed of electronic switches likely to provide smooth, uninterrupted electricity in the coming era of utility deregulation. (1999-02-05)
Superconductors See The Light At Shorter Wavelengths
A University of Rochester scientist and his Russian colleagues have developed a superconducting device capable of detecting light at wavelengths that were previously off- limits to the materials, with remarkable speed and sensitivity. (1999-01-28)
Transistors For The Next Century
ONR-sponsored scientists at Cornell University are developing a new generation of transistors based on gallium nitride. (1999-01-21)
Brain Tumor Patients Offered New Hope With Expanded Trial Of Promising Therapy
Brain tumor patients whose tumors have regrown after treatment, or whose tumors are inoperable, can now receive a promising experimental radiation therapy being offered by Brookhaven National Laboratory. (1998-11-09)
Gallium Nitride Boosts Transistor Power
Cornell University researchers have reported significant progress in making a new generation of transistors based on gallium nitride, a material that promises to deliver up to a hundred times as much power at microwave frequencies as the semiconductors now used in cellular telephones, military radar and satellite transmitters. (1998-08-19)
Digging In And Taking Cover
Lunar and Martian dirt could provide radiation shielding for crews on future missions. (1998-07-20)
Tempe, LEEM Capital Of The World, Site Of International Workshop
From April 7 through 9, ASU is hosting the first International Workshop on Low Energy Electron Microscopy (LEEM). (1998-04-02)
Researchers Propose Alternative Fusion Reactor To Power The Future
Writing in science, researchers at UC Irvine, University of Florida say their reactor would be highly efficient, environmentally safe. (1997-11-20)
Atomic Movies Play At Argonne
A collaborative research team has taken its first x-ray (1997-06-23)
New Technique Creates "Impossible" Reactions And New Electronic Materials In One Step
At temperatures hotter than the sun's surface, University at Buffalo chemists are generating new coatings and then dramatically cooling them to, or even below, room temperature before depositing them on electronic devices. (1997-04-17)
Materials Science: UD Chemist Proposes New Description Of Reactions For "Growing" Computer Chips
University of Delaware research might someday help computer companies (1997-04-14)
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