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The response of graphene to applied forces can strongly influence its properties and applicability in novel device physics. Crumpled graphene, created by applying a compressive stress, has great potential for gas storage, electronics and super-capacitors. Thus, studying how graphene responds to, and recovers from, stress and strain… Read More ›
Are you in North Africa or Europe? Don’t miss the solar spectacle this Friday, 20 March.
No pepperoni or cheese here – these pizzas illustrate the shape evolution of nuclei from the spherical to the prolate.
Today, 6 March 2015, marks the 350th anniversary of the launch of Philosophical Transactions [of the Royal Society], the world’s first scientific journal.
If you own a digital camera or laptop computer, you probably rely on a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) device or two. CMOS devices are favorable since they are far cheaper to manufacture and consume a fraction of the power when compared with their main… Read More ›
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