The team will use AI and quantum science to apply 2D materials to satellite sensors, radiation shields and quantum computing.
The research will be led by biologists Soo-Kyung and Jae Lee, whose daughter has the rare neurological disorder.
RNA, in the limelight for its starring role in cutting-edge vaccine technology, is also a key player in the inner workings of cells.
UB physicist Herbert Fotso has received a grant to explore the interplay between disorder and strong interaction between electrons.
The research, funded by the Department of Defense, focuses on developing new concepts in non-invasive testing and evaluation of semiconductor chips.
A new UB-led study helps solve a longstanding physics mystery about the insulator-to-metal transition.
Some cosmological models propose that the universe expands and contracts in infinite cycles, but new research finds a crucial flaw in the latest version of this theory.
A review article highlights the latest science in this field, focusing on protein droplets termed, “ectopic condensates."
Growing thin layers of crystals made from different materials on top of each other isn’t easy. Could a technique called ‘dative epitaxy’ help?
Researchers simulate quantum network, offering clues into what hardware is needed to support these advanced computers.