Surprising twist in confined liquid crystals: A simple route to developing new sensors

Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have found a material used for decades to color food items ranging from corn chips to ice creams could potentially have uses far beyond food dyes.

Fri 24 Mar 17 from

Other sources:, ScienceDaily, Newswise show all (4) »

Solar-powered synthetic skin could give prostheses a sense of touch

For years Ravinder Dahiya has been developing thin and flexible electronics, the kind that could be used for synthetic skin, and for years the material scientist has wrestled with various ...

Thu 23 Mar 17 from Gizmag

Other sources: Gizmag,, The Christian Science Monitor, Engadget, FOXNews, show all (11) »

Inventing a new kind of matter

Imagine a liquid that could move on its own. No need for human effort or the pull of gravity. You could put it in a container flat on a table, not touch it in any way, and it would still flow.

Fri 24 Mar 17 from

Other sources:, Physics World, Science Now, UPI show all (5) »

Flash Physics: Laser wakefield delivers three beams, cat-litter nanosheets, Canada budget disappoints physicists

Today's selection of need-to-know updates from the world of physics

Fri 24 Mar 17 from Physics World

Other sources: Physics World,, UPI, ScienceDaily, Eurekalert show all (6) »

Citrus peels could give activated charcoal a run for its money

There may be a new way of keeping orange and grapefruit peels out of our landfills besides composting them, that is. Researchers have devised a method of using the peels to remove ...

Fri 24 Mar 17 from Gizmag

Other sources: Gizmag,, Laboratory Equipment, Science Blog show all (5) »

Electrodeposition and annealing used to allow for adjusting hardness in nanograined metals

( team of researchers from China and France have adjusted the hardness of nanograined metals by applying electrodeposition and annealing. In their paper published in the journal Science, ...

Fri 24 Mar 17 from

Other sources: show all (2) »

On the trail of Parkinson's disease

The molecular causes of diseases such as Parkinson's need to be understood as a first step towards combating them. University of Konstanz chemists working alongside Professor Malte Drescher ...

Fri 24 Mar 17 from Medical Xpress

Other sources: Medical Xpress, ScienceDaily show all (3) »

New 3-D-printed device mimics the goldbug beetle, which changes color when prodded

In this age of smartphones and tablet computers, touch-sensitive surfaces are everywhere. They're also brittle, as people with cracked phone screens everywhere can attest.

Thu 23 Mar 17 from TechXplore

Other sources: TechXplore, Engadget, TechCrunch, Laboratory Equipment show all (5) »

New study identifies successful method to reduce dental implant failure

According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID), 15 million Americans have crown or bridge replacements and three million have dental implantswith this latter number rising by ...

Fri 24 Mar 17 from Medical Xpress

Other sources: Medical Xpress, ScienceDaily show all (3) »

Artificial photosynthesis steps into the light

Rice University scientists have created an efficient, simple-to-manufacture oxygen-evolution catalyst that pairs well with semiconductors for solar water splitting, the conversion of solar energy ...

Thu 23 Mar 17 from

Other sources:, The Engineer, ScienceDaily show all (4) »

Show more »

How it works?

"Physics News" is a computer generated news service, with no human editors in background. "Physics News" uses completely automated algorithms to display the most popular news stories. To do so, it evaluates several news parameters like the number of news sources a story appeared in, date of publication, etc. It also automatically match news stories to appropriate categories based on news content.

See also

Interested in health and medicine news? Visit Health and Medicine News

Medical Xpress - daily medical and health news

Space & Earth Sciences News - your daily source for the latest space and earth sciences news.

Technology blog - technology and consumer electronics headlines.

Don't want to waste your time browsing through all these stories? Visit a Bit of Science - one top news story of the day.

From content partners

Surprising twist in confined liquid crystals: A simple route to developing new sensors, Fri 24 Mar 17
In a quantum race everyone is both a winner and a loser, Fri 24 Mar 17
Researchers grow a versatile diamond foil in a test reactor, Fri 24 Mar 17
Controlling ice formation, Fri 24 Mar 17
New lab-on-a-chip platform seeks to improve pathogen detection, Fri 24 Mar 17
The physics that stops a bullet also makes your car more fuel efficient, Fri 24 Mar 17
Creating materials in a novel way by 3-D printing bacteria, Fri 24 Mar 17
Electrodeposition and annealing used to allow for adjusting hardness in nanograined metals, Fri 24 Mar 17
Multi-parameter microscopy aids design of improved optoelectronic devices, Fri 24 Mar 17
A fluorogenic probe can detect the activity of multidrug-resistant pathogens in an assay system, Fri 24 Mar 17
provided by Physics News

Subscribe to RSS

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is an easy way of receiving new content from Physics News - RSS feed.

Free magazines for business professionals

Renewable Energy World effectively promotes all aspects of renewable energy technology in the worldwide marketplace.