“Ultimately, my hope is that such tiny objects will have smartphone capabilities and be built to float about helping us in our everyday lives in smarter ways,” said the University of Tokyo professor, who hopes it will be commercially viable in five to 10 years.
The researchers outfitted the microcavity with a semiconductor made from two chemical elements, one that is metallic and one that is not. This particular semiconductor was about the width of an atom, which is more than a million times smaller than a human hair.
potassium droplets might turn out to much better model quantum liquids for future experiments than helium.
Breakthroughs Could Make Commercial Laser Nuclear Fusion Through Billion Times Improvements In Yield
A research paper claims experimentally confirmed reaction gains one billion times higher than the classical values, placing it far ahead any DT fusion approaches. Lasers are being demonstrated as more and more important in scientific research and in the access to new processes.
new holographic printing technique makes it possible to create the entire thing at once — in as little as a second or two, quickly producing the desired structure.
There are other differences. While traditional 3D printers build parts from computer files, the cold-spray machine uses digital scans of actual jet engine parts to accurately reconstruct the broken part.