Computer models help form new magnetic materials
Digital models took the guesswork out of making viable magnets.
Chaos leads to stronger carbon fiber
You just have to bake the carbon in the right conditions.
AI learns to recognize exotic states of matter
The neural networks only need a few hundred atoms to get an answer.
Nanomachines just won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
It's a sign of how far molecule-level mechanics have come.
Spongy electronic 'nose' can sniff out nerve gas and pesticides
It's the most sensitive gas detector of its kind.
Molecules in space may show how life formed on Earth
Key mirror-image molecules have been found near the heart of our galaxy.
Four new 'superheavy' elements added to the periodic table
The seventh row is now complete.
UCLA chemist: Life on Earth began way earlier than we thought
Life might have started much, much earlier
3D-printed DNA 'bunnies' could deliver drugs into your body
Building a DNA-sized bunny is fun, but the technique could one day be used in medical procedures