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Silicon microring resonator could help advance nanomanipulation.
Researchers are devising instruments and protocols to assess the impact of nanoparticles on the environment and human health before they are sent to market.
HUDSON, N.H., Dec. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Vectron International, a leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of Frequency Control, Sensor, and Hybrid Product solutions, today announced its new solution for the timing of ultra high-temperature electronics, the PX-420 crystal oscillator.
The US Department of Energy's (DOE's) Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility marked a step forward in the field of advanced particle accelerator technology with the successful test of the first US-built superconducting radiofrequency (SRF) niobium cavity to meet the exacting specifications of the proposed International Linear Collider (ILC).
Light is intangible and, in addition, it travels at great velocity. Nevertheless, it can be confined to a very small space by controlably inserting light into a microscopic container surrounded by reflective walls.
Using devices millionths of a meter in size, physicists at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have developed a technique to determine the mass of a single molecule, in real time.
University of Illinois scientists say they have created the first acoustic superlens, an innovation that could impact several technologies. The researchers, led by Professor Nicholas Fang, said their achievement could have practical implications for high-resolution ultrasound imaging, non-destructive structural testing of buildings and bridges, and underwater stealth technology. The scientists said they successfully focused ultrasound waves through a flat metamaterial lens onto a spot about...
These days, chemical analysts are expected to track down even single molecules. To do this highly sensitive detective work, nano researchers have developed minute strings that resonate in characteristic fashion.
Caesium fountains are more accurate than "normal" atomic caesium clocks, because in fountains the caesium atoms are cooled down with the aid of laser beams and come ever slower - from a rapid velocity at room temperature to a slow "creep pace" of a few centimetres per second at a temperature close to the absolute zero point.
Recent research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has demonstrated that thin films made of â€œmetamaterialsâ€â€”manmade composites engineered to offer strange combinations of electromagnetic propertiesâ€”can reduce the size of resonating circuits that generate microwaves. The work is a step forward in the worldwide quest to further shrink electronic devices such as cell phones, radios, and radar equipment.
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