Kommentiere zu Innovationen - Forscher erfinden "versehentlich" Material, das Handyakkus revolutionieren soll
1. Self-Healing Material Can Build Itself From Carbon In the Airvom 85.48 Punkte MIT chemical engineers have reportedly designed a material that can react with carbon dioxide from the air, "to grow, strengthen, and even repair itself." According to MIT News, "The polymer, which might someday be used as construction or repair material
2. New Material Could Up Efficiency of Concentrated Solar Powervom 73.26 Punkte An anonymous reader shares new work that could allow us to generate electricity using supercritical carbon dioxide. Ars Technica reports: The researchers involved in the new work, a large U.S.-based collaboration, focus on a composite material: tungsten
3. MIT Unveils New Material That's Strongest and Lightest On Earthvom 61.05 Punkte A team of MIT researchers have created the world's strongest and lightest material known to man using graphene. Futurism reports: Graphene, which was heretofore, the strongest material known to man, is made from an extremely thin sheet of carbon atoms
4. Google releases source for Google I/O 2018 for Androidvom 54.95 Punkte
Posted by Shailen Tuli, DPE
Today we're releasing the source code for the official Google I/O 2018 for Android app.
The 2018 version constitutes a comprehensive rewrite of the app. For many years, the app has used a ContentProvider + SyncAdapter architecture. This year, we rewrote the app u
5. Graphene As an Open-Source Materialvom 54.95 Punkte An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: The 2D wonder-material graphene could greatly benefit from the widespread experimentation of open-source use. In its current state, graphene is primarily researched by scientists in universities and
6. ‘Material Shell’ is Probably The Most Impressive Thing You’ll See This Monthvom 54.95 Punkte
Imagine GNOME Shell and the i3 window manager got married, bought a house, settled down, and had a kid — that kid would grow up to be Material Shell. Material Shell is a promising new […]
This post, ‘Material Shell’ is Probably The Most Impressive Thing You’ll See This Month, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
8. 'Breakthrough' LI-RAM Material Can Store Data With Lightvom 42.74 Punkte A Vancouver researcher has patented a new material that uses light instead of electricity to store data. An anonymous reader writes: LI-RAM -- that's light induced magnetoresistive random-access memory -- promises supercomputer speeds for your cellphones
9. China's Rover Reveals Moon's Hidden Depthsvom 42.74 Punkte China's Chang'e-4 mission to the dark side of the moon has discovered signs of mantle material at the moon's surface, "effectively setting an 'X' on lunar maps for future explorers seeking this not-so-buried geological treasure," reports Scientific American.
10. Verizon Believes Yahoo Email Hacking 'Material,' Could Affect Dealvom 36.63 Punkte In the aftermath of disclosure of a mega-breach at Yahoo which affects over 500 million users, Verizon may be looking at a way out of Yahoo's $4.83 billion acquisition deal. From a Reuters report: The company has a "reasonable basis" to believe that Yahoo's
11. Smartphones with Self-Healing Displays to Arrive in 2020vom 36.63 Punkte Scientists from the University of California, Riverside have created a new material that has the ability to self-heal beyond just cuts and scratches, according to Business Insider. The material can conduct electricity and it might be featured on smartphones