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Physicists Discover Unifying Framework for Patterns in Two-Dimensional Ferroelectrics
The discovery by Yousra Nahas, research assistant professor of physics, and colleagues could help development of high-density information coding systems in computers and other electronics.
UAteach/Secondary STEM Education Q&A
The UAteach/Secondary Education program will host a Zoom Q&A from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Researchers Receive Major Research Instrumentation Funding from NSF
A group led by Zhong Chen, assistant professor of electrical engineering, was awarded $580,292 to support purchase of a high-temperature semiconductor annealing furnace.
Physics Professor Serves as Journal Guest Editor
Associate professor of physics Salvador Barraza-Lopez served as a guest editor for an issue of the Journal of Applied Physics.
Physicists Build Circuit That Generates Clean, Limitless Power From Graphene
Researchers harnessed the atomic motion of graphene to generate an electrical current that could lead to a chip to replace batteries.
Physicists Discover New Two-Dimensional Material
University of Arkansas scientists, including Salvador Barraza-Lopez, are part of an international team that has discovered a two-dimensional ferroelectric material just two atoms thick.
Ultra-Low Voltage Proven Effective at Killing Bacteria, Study Finds
The research advances understanding of bacteria vulnerability and opens the door to new methods of fighting drug-resistant bacteria.
Physics Doctoral Student Paul Bonney Receives NASA FINESST Research Grant
Paul Bonney, a Doctoral Academy Fellow in the Department of Physics, has received a $89,659 grant to study the habitability of exoplanets using global climate models.
Physicists Document Method to Improve Magnetoelectric Response
The discovery could lead to faster and cheaper data storage, better sensors and other advances in electronics.
Physicist Awarded Vannevar Bush Fellowship by Department of Defense
The award, the department's most prestigious given to a single researcher's group, supports fundamental research with the potential to advance national security.