Entries for 'Mark Atwater'

Passive Cooling Uses Outer Space as a Heat Sink
Reflection and radiation team up to keep buildings cool.
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Chevy’s Natural Gas Hybrid Aims to Ease Minds
Safety and usability are addressed in the new design.
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NASA’s Going Big with a New Composite Research Robot
A multimillion dollar investment promises to payoff in innovation.
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Composite Medical Implants Speed Recovery
A new material demonstrates the utility of composites
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A New View of Cancer and Tissue Regeneration Thanks to Biopolymers
New fluorescence allows for improved diagnostics and treatment.
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Nanomaterials Play a New Support Role in Cancer Treatment
Unique materials provide enhanced immune response with greater efficiency
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Flexible Electronics Benefit from New Materials
Carbon nanotubes with polar encapsulation show promising performance.
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Will Palladium Nanocubes Help Advance Hydrogen Storage?
Small scale variations may allow more efficient storage.
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Diamond Nanothreads Push the Potential of Carbon
Unique material promises even higher strength than other carbon nanomaterials.
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Nanoscale Inspection: A New Low for the Optical Microscope
Three-Dimensional nanoscale features studied by new technique
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Engineering the Army’s Dominance
A push for increased effectiveness relies on good engineering.
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A New Understanding of Nuclear Fuel
Unexpected anisotropy in uranium dioxide may inhibit efficiency
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Nanoparticles Find New Role in Process Control
New technique allows for restricting phase growth in advanced materials
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DARPA to Field New Materials in a Quarter of the Time
A new approach combines efforts for faster payoff.
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Army to Open Up Access to Research Laboratories
An effort to increase collaboration could involve you.
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Reengineering Hazardous Rail Cars
New changes are coming to an old problem on the rails.
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Molecular Cage Filters Rare and Dangerous Gases
New material for filtering out noble gases can save money and lives.
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Dark Matter Research Gets an Overhaul
More collaboration, more technology, more probability.
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Brake line corrosion may cost car companies and you
The fight against corrosion costs, but are you going to pay?
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Regenerating Bones Requires Good Doctors and Good Engineers
Regenerative medicine is here, and it’s a collaborative effort.
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