Natural Sciences

Sun, sustainability, and silicon: A double dose of Yale solar fuel research

Chemistry - May 17
Chemistry

Two Yale-led studies indicate the promise of finding hybrid approaches to developing alternative solar fuels. The CHASE is on to develop a new generation of liquid fuels that are activated by sunlight, and Yale researchers are helping to lead the way. Over the past decade, basic research aimed at creating sustainable, solar-powered liquid fuel has reached a crossroads.

Detector for continuously monitoring toxic gases

The material could be made as a thin coating to analyze air quality in industrial or home settings over time.

Chemistry - May 16

New method for introducing fluorinated components into molecules

Chemistry

A team of chemists at the University of Münster has developed a synthesis method for the site-selective integration of the biologically relevant difluoromethyl group into pyridines.

Chemistry - May 16

Nanobubble research to improve green hydrogen production

Chemistry

In a novel study , researchers of the University of Twente have made significant strides in understanding the behaviour of microand nanobubbles on electrodes during water electrolysis.

Physics - May 16

Artificial intelligence calculates phase diagrams

Physics

Researchers at the University of Basel have developed a new method for calculating phase diagrams of physical systems that works similarly to ChatGPT. This artificial intelligence could even automate scientific experiments in the future.

Physics - May 16

Generative AI to answer complex questions in physics

A new technique that can automatically classify phases of physical systems could help scientists investigate novel materials.

Webb detects most distant black hole merger to date

An international team of astronomers, led by the University of Cambridge, has used the James Webb Space Telescope to find evidence for an ongoing merger of two galaxies and their massive black holes when the Universe was only 740 million years old.

Intelligent surfaces research breakthrough could solve indoor positioning problem

A new advance in a developing form of wireless communications could help precisely pinpoint the locations of people and objects indoors, researchers say.

Physics - May 16

Method Milestone for Quantum Physics

Physics

Rapid Test for Topological 2D Materials: Researchers from the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat have developed a method with which two-dimensional topological materials can be detected more easily and quickly.

Chemistry - May 16

Breaking bonds to form bonds: Rethinking the Chemistry of Cations

Chemistry

New chemical reaction with potential applications in medicinal chemistry

Physics - May 15

A new, low-cost, high-efficiency photonic integrated circuit

Physics

Researchers at EPFL have developed scalable photonic integrated circuits, based on lithium tantalate, marking a significant advancement in optical technologies with potential to widespread commercial applications.

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