Manufacturing Trade and Connectivity (MTC)
A new algorithm accurately predicts when industrial machines will need maintenance, which can greatly improve efficiency and reduce costs.
A ground-breaking sensor technology may provide a flexible, environmentally friendly means of monitoring the health and safety of underwater structures.
In a medicinal chemistry breakthrough, scientists develop a precise and efficient method of creating chiral sulfones for safe and effective medicines.
The structural order of multi-metal alloy catalysts influences their capacity to boost the efficiency of chemical reactions in renewable energy systems.
A breakthrough in 3D-printed manufacturing technologies creates alloys with superior mechanical properties, offering exciting new possibilities for diverse industrial applications.
A confluence of computational modelling and machine learning helps researchers overcome barriers to complex alloy design.
A new study challenges current paradigms in two-dimensional semiconductor design by introducing wave-like structures to improve the flow of electrons.
A pioneering computational framework empowers robots to acquire, recognise and effectively use previously unseen tools.
A new ultra-strong, ductile aluminium alloy overcomes the long-standing problem of cracking, opening up new possibilities for 3D printing high-strength aluminium aerospace components.
With their unique optical properties, customisable ultrathin metasurfaces can enable the next wave of high-performance optoelectronics devices.
Researchers use computer simulations to uncover novel atomic configurations of layered materials used in electronics and energy storage.
New equations and methodology enable the uncertainty of porosity measurements to be evaluated in additively manufactured metals for safer, high-quality components.