- The next generation of high-performance wireless communication devices could rely on crystals, according to engineering researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
But these are no ordinary crystals. Teams of scientists across the country, pursuing a technology 14 years in the making......Full article >>>
to five nanometers across and applied to a thin film using a patented process developed at Argonne. The trick will be to modify the material for consistency in a variety of applications such as mechanical pump seals, hermetic coatings for retinal prosthetic implants, and micro-electrical-mechanical systems in telecommunications devices.
Telecommunication applications is where Carpick come......Full article >>>
ne, president of ADT in a release.
In early tests, the diamond film already has shown enormous potential for high-quality performance, and the research could have a far-reaching impact on other sectors, including the defense, industrial, and medical industries.
"Our initial results are very promising," Carpick said.
Carpick's lab work
Using the atomic fo......Full article >>>
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