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News in MML - Materials Science and Engineering Division

10/22/14
  • NIST Offers Electronics Industry Two Ways to Snoop on Self-Organizing Molecules

  • 09/26/14
  • NIST Scientists Improve Microscopic Batteries with Homebuilt Imaging Analysis

  • 08/26/14
  • Lighten Up! New NIST Research Facility Gives Material Help to Automakers

  • 06/03/14
  • Lithium Sulfur: A Battery Revolution on the Cheap?

  • 01/15/14
  • MML Researcher R. Joseph Kline Receives Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

  • 08/06/13
  • What’s the Matter? Q-Glasses Could Be a New Class of Solids

  • 05/14/13
  • NIST Demonstrates Significant Improvement in the Performance of Solar-Powered Hydrogen Generation

  • 04/30/13
  • Shaking Things Up: NIST Researchers Propose New Old Way to Purify Carbon Nanotubes

  • 12/12/12
  • Novel NIST Process Is a Low-Cost Route to Ultrathin Platinum Films

  • 11/27/12
  • Mix Masters: NIST Scientists Image the Molecular Structure of Polymer Blends

  • 11/14/12
  • 'Cloning' Could Make Structurally Pure Nanotubes for Nanoelectronics

  • 09/05/12
  • September Workshop to Explore the Measurement Needs of the Flexible Electronics Industry

  • 07/11/12
  • New NIST-led Consortium Aims to Improve Process for Making ‘Soft Materials’

  • 05/02/12
  • Fabrication Method Can Affect the Use of Block Copolymer Thin Films

  • 04/17/12
  • May Workshop Examines Impact of Advanced Imaging Technology on Tissue Engineering Research

  • 03/06/12
  • Two for One: Simultaneous Size and Electrochemical Measurement of Nanomaterials

  • 01/10/12
  • Stretching Exercises: Using Digital Images to Understand Bridge Failures

  • 12/20/11
  • NIST Releases First Certified Reference Material for Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes

  • 11/22/11
  • New Magnetic-Field-Sensitive Alloy Could Find Use in Novel Micromechanical Devices

  • 11/08/11
  • Are Electron Tweezers Possible? Apparently So.

  • 09/13/11
  • Shaping Up: Controlling a Stem Cell's Form Can Determine Its Fate

  • 08/30/11
  • Iron ‘Veins’ Are Secret of Promising New Hydrogen Storage Material

  • 08/02/11
  • Armchair Science: DNA Strands That Select Nanotubes Are First Step to a Practical ‘Quantum Wire’

  • 07/19/11
  • Nanomechanics: New Test Measures Key Properties of Polymer Thin Films and Membranes

  • 06/24/11
  • Report of Dialogue on Measurements for Complex Fluid Formulation

  • 06/21/11
  • Nanowire-based Sensors Offer Improved Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds

  • 05/18/11
  • NIST Workshop Highlights Planned Consortium for Soft Material Manufacturing Research

  • 04/26/11
  • Understanding How Glasses 'Relax' Provides Some Relief for Manufacturers

  • 03/30/11
  • Microreactors: Small Scale Chemistry Could Lead to Big Improvements for Biodegradable Polymers

  • 10/13/10
  • Faster CARS, Less Damage: NIST Chemical Microscopy Shows Potential for Cell Diagnostics

  • 08/31/10
  • Micro Rheometer is Latest Lab On a Chip Device

  • 06/09/10
  • 'Instant Acid' Method Offers New Insight into Nanoparticle Dispersal in the Environment and the Body

  • 05/25/10
  • Scaffold Gradients: Finding the Right Environment for Developing Cells

  • 04/27/10
  • New Study Helps Explain the Surprising Behavior of Tiny 'Artificial Muscles'

  • 03/30/10
  • NIST Researchers Holding Steady in an Atomic-Scale Tug-of-War

  • NIST Scientists Address ‘Wrinkles’ in Transparent Film Development

  • 01/12/10
  • NIST Scientists Quantify Nanoparticle-Protein Interactions

  • 09/22/09
  • Therapeutic Nanoparticles Give New Meaning to Sugar-Coating Medicine

  • 07/28/09
  • NIST Scientists Study How to Stack the Deck for Organic Solar Power

  • 06/30/09
  • Unexpectedly Long-Range Effects in Advanced Magnetic Devices

  • 06/16/09
  • NIST Finds 'A Touch of Glass' in Metal, Settles Century-Old Question

  • 05/20/09
  • NIST Study Finds a Decade of High-Payoff, High-Throughput Research

  • 03/10/09
  • New Reference Material Supports Improved Quality Control for Polymers Industry

  • 03/09/09
  • Probing and Controlling ‘Molecular Rattling’ May Mean Better Preservatives

  • 02/24/09
  • Probing and Controlling ‘Molecular Rattling’ May Mean Better Preservatives

  • 01/27/09
  • Taking the Stress Out of Magnetic Field Detection

  • 01/13/09
  • Insights into Polymer Film Instability Could Aid High Tech Industries

  • 'Two-Faced' Bioacids Put a New Face on Carbon Nanotube Self-Assembly

  • 10/14/08
  • Paperwork: Buckypapers Clarify Electrical, Optical Behavior of Nanotubes

  • 09/03/08
  • Bottoms Up: Better Organic Semiconductors for Printable Electronics

  • 08/19/08
  • Candy-Coating Keeps Proteins Sweet

  • 06/24/08
  • New Process Creates 3-D Nanostructures with Magnetic Materials

  • 06/10/08
  • Microwave Synthesis Connects With the (Quantum) Dots

  • 05/13/08
  • Spin Control: New Technique Sorts Nanotubes by Length

  • 04/29/08
  • Making a Good Impression: Nanoimprint Lithography Tests at NIST

  • New 3-D Test Method for Biomaterials ‘Flat Out’ Faster

  • 04/15/08
  • Metal Detectives: New Book Details Titanic Investigation

  • 03/18/08
  • Copolymers Block Out New Approaches to Microelectronics at NIST

  • Joint Research: Probing the Mysteries of a Surprisingly Tough Hydrogel

  • Nanomaterials Show Unexpected Strength Under Stress

  • 02/05/08
  • Shear Ingenuity: Tweaking the Conductivity of Nanotube Composites

  • 01/23/08
  • Videos Extract Mechanical Properties of Liquid-Gel Interfaces

  • 01/08/08
  • Rough Times: NIST's New Approach to Surface Profiling

  • 08/30/07
  • Longer is Better for Nanotube Optical Properties

  • 03/30/07
  • Study: Cells Selectively Absorb Short Nanotubes

  • 08/03/06
  • New X-Ray Microbeam Answers 20-Year-Old Metals Question submicron xray beam

  • 07/20/06
  • Add Nanotubes and Stir—With the Right Force

  • 06/22/06
  • Soft Materials Buckle Up for Measurement

  • 06/08/06
  • Designer Gradients Speed Surface Science Experiments

  • 02/16/06
  • Boettinger Elected to Engineering Academy

  • 09/09/05
  • A New Structural View of Organic Electronic Devices

  • 06/16/04
  • Keeping Drugs Stable Without Refrigeration

  • 02/17/98
  • Failure of Tiny Rivets May Have Sunk 'Unsinkable' Liner
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