Ion Irradiation to Form Amorphous Mono-Elemental Metals

This technology could soon find applications throughout the electronic, photonic and metallurgical industries

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Ion Irradiation to Form Amorphous Mono-Elemental Metals

Connecting the dots

How nanotechnology could revolutionise solar power

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Connecting the dots

Mode 2

Doubling the capacity of our communications networks

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Mode 2

Knots and networks

The mathematics of entanglement

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Knots and networks

A speckle of matter

Final confirmation of the matter laser

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A speckle of matter

Hairy Electrodes for Green Cars

How plasma technology promises to greatly reduce the cost of fuel cell manufacture

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Hairy Electrodes for Green Cars

Rock Cores Go Digital

Analysing rock cores takes more than fancy X-ray equipment

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Rock Cores Go Digital

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