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March issue of Toyohashi University of Technology's research Newsletter is now out5-March-2013
(Toyohashi, Japan, 5 March) - From improving Japanese to English machine translation to carbon nanocoils fracture like an automobile spring—the Toyohashi Tech e-Newsletter offers reviews of its latest newsContact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Toyohashi University of Technology
Detecting caesium with naked eyes5-March-2013
(Tsukuba, 5 March 2013) 'Micrometre-level naked-eye detection' of caesium ions, a major source of contamination in the vicinity of radioactive leaks, is demonstrated in a material developed by researchers in Japan.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA)
Optical materials: Light’s magnetism shows its true colors27-February-2013
Researchers at the A*STAR Data Storage Institute, Singapore have created tiny spheres of silicon that can strongly interact with the magnetic field of visible-wavelength light. These engineered ‘magnetic materials’ enable new ways of controlling light at the nanoscale.Contact: A*STAR Research Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Microelectronics: A tougher seal for rugged environments27-February-2013
Sensors used in harsh conditions, such as deep-sea oil wells, must withstand extreme temperatures and pressures for hundreds of hours without failing. Researchers in Singapore have investigated two metal alloys that could give micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) sensors better protection in the toughest environmentsContact: A*STAR Research Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Fluid mechanics: Bubble impacts caught on film27-February-2013
When a bubble of air rising through water hits a sheet of glass, it doesn’t simply stop — it squishes, rebounds, and rises again, before slowly moving to the barrier. An international research team with high-speed cameras reveal the complex physics at work as air meets water and glass.Contact: A*STAR Research Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
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