Scientists Use Silver to Make Lights Shine Brightly

Tue, 06/07/2016 – 9:38am by University of Queen Mary London The toxic and expensive phosphors used widely in fluorescent lighting could be eliminated thanks to a new study conducted by a materials scientist at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Writing in the journal¬†Nature Materials, the international group of scientists modified a mineral called zeolite, […]

Iron-Gallium Alloy Shows Promise as a Power-Generation Device

An alloy first made nearly two decades ago by the U. S. Navy could provide an efficient new way to produce electricity. The material, dubbed Galfenol, consists of iron doped with the metal gallium. In new experiments, researchers from UCLA, the University of North Texas (UNT), and the Air Force Research Laboratories have shown that […]