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https://newatlas.com by Nick Lavars

Since its discovery more than a century ago, superconductivity has come to play a powerful role in many modern day technologies, such as maglev trains and MRI scans, but its utility has been limited by the need for extremely cool operating temperatur

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https://newatlas.com by Michael Irving

Chromium is a common addition to alloys to make materials like tool steel or stainless steel, and it's long been thought to have been invented around the late 19th and early 20th centuries. But now, archaeologists have discovered that the ancient P

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This video is about how to build an Aircrete foam generator for a reasonable price. I was able to build this for about $85 because I got the diaphragm pump on Ebay used and had the air regulator sitting in my garage from another project. Let me kno

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https://newatlas.com by Michael Irving

Heating and cooling systems are some of the biggest consumers of energy, so finding ways to passively cool buildings and electronics could be a huge saver of money and the environment. A new photonic film could be just the ticket, made with a micro-s

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https://newatlas.com by Ben Coxworth

Although we have seen "morphing" structural materials before, they typically incorporate solenoids, pumps or motors that add weight and complexity. Now, however, scientists have developed a carbon fiber composite that shifts shape with a simple shot

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https://newatlas.com by Michael Irving

Graphene may be versatile, but there's one thing it's not all that good at – dispersing in water. Now, researchers at Umeå University have found a relatively simple way to do it. Graphene oxide is a different form of the material that can make

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