Shaking up Topology with Light
Ames Lab science featured in Nature Materials News & Views
A tool to optimize powder formulations for metal additive manufacturing will greatly decrease time for new alloy development
The discovery was made in a category of topological materials that holds great promise for spintronics, topological effect transistors, and quantum computing.
Ames Laboratory enhanced an algorithm that borrows its approach from the nesting habits of cuckoo birds, reducing the search time for new high-tech alloys from weeks to mere seconds.
Materials are foundational technology, and they will continue to be an important focus of nearly all technology development.
Ph.D. candidate Emily Rinko to serve on inaugural SPEC subcommittee advising policymakers on student perspectives
“Rare Earth Chemistry,” newly published by De Gruyter, contains a chapter on solid state cooling authored by Ames Laboratory scientists.
Scientists at Ames Laboratory have discovered and confirmed a method which could serve as an easy but reliable way to test the quality of graphene and other 2D materials.
New computational model stands to make NMR an even more powerful tool for researchers