Advance in light-based computing shows capabilities for future smart cameras

3 days ago

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A UCLA team, co-led by Professor Xiangfeng Duan, has invented a transparent device that offers nonlinear operation under low-power ambient light, and combined it with a smartphone camera for glare […]

Advance in light-based computing shows capabilities for future smart cameras
April 11

Chemistry, Crystals, and Quantum Science

1 week ago

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This landmark research represents a major step in the growth of solid-state chemistry and, in turn, new applications of quantum science research. When people think of researchers who are pushing […]

Chemistry, Crystals, and Quantum Science
April 5

Quantum Trailblazers: NarangLab’s Pursuit

1 month ago

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In this special video profile for the American Physical Society’s 2024 March Meeting, step into the dynamic NarangLab at UCLA, led by quantum innovator Professor Prineha Narang. This cutting-edge team […]

Quantum Trailblazers: NarangLab’s Pursuit
March 1

Five new rippled beta-sheets are elucidated by chemists employing peptides from Alzheimer’s and Type II diabetes

1 month ago

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Professors David Eisenberg and Jose Rodriguez, along with Staff Scientist Dr. Michael Sawaya and other members of their groups, are part of a University of California, Santa Cruz-led research team […]

Five new rippled beta-sheets are elucidated by chemists employing peptides from Alzheimer’s and Type II diabetes
March 1

Accelerating the discovery of general reaction conditions via machine learning

2 months ago

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A machine learning optimization approach developed by Professor Abigail Doyle’s lab, led by graduate student Jason Wang, in collaboration with scientists at Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS), significantly accelerates advances in […]

Accelerating the discovery of general reaction conditions via machine learning
February 28

UCLA research team receives Convergence Accelerator award from National Science Foundation

2 months ago

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A UCLA research team led by Professor Prineha Narang, and comprised of multiple California NanoSystems Institute members, has been awarded a $650,000 National Science Foundation Convergence Accelerator Phase 1 Award for […]

UCLA research team receives Convergence Accelerator award from National Science Foundation
February 14

UCLA researchers unveil the first-ever structure of supramolecular light-harvesting nanotubes

2 months ago

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Researchers led by Professor Justin Caram and alumna Dr. Arundhati Deshmukh (Ph.D. ’21) have settled an almost 30 year old question about the nanoscale structure of self-assembled light-harvesting nanotubes. The […]

UCLA researchers unveil the first-ever structure of supramolecular light-harvesting nanotubes
February 8

Chemists decipher reaction process that could improve lithium-sulfur batteries

2 months ago

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Lithium-sulfur batteries have the potential to transform energy storage, with exceptional theoretical capacity and performance in combination with an element in abundant supply. But the intricate reaction mechanism, particularly during […]

Chemists decipher reaction process that could improve lithium-sulfur batteries
February 7