Addressing Climate Change at a Major Source: Buildings


Can silica gel desiccant packs, often found in leather shoe boxes and electronics, be the answer to our energy needs for buildings?

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Energy

November 9, 2018

Graphene Puts Nanomaterials In Their Place


A novel technique using graphene to integrate nanomaterials at predefined chip locations at wafer scale and with nanometer precision.

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Nanotechnology

October 8, 2018

IBM Launches Free AI Tool in the Cloud for Predicting...


IBM RXN for Chemistry is the first free AI web service for predicting chemical reactions.

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AI

August 19, 2018

IBM Names 2018 Fellows, Including Four IBM Researchers


Half of the 2018 class of IBM Fellows - IBM's highest technical honor - hails from IBM Research.

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Awards and Prizes

April 12, 2018

Carbon nanotubes push the limit of flexible electronics


Over the past decades, the aggressive scaling of transistors made on rigid silicon wafers has steadily boosted the performance of personal electronics and supercomputers. For emerging applications like real-time analytics...

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Materials Science

March 9, 2018

Pushing liquids to their limits with next-gen materials simulation methods


IBM scientists have developed a new class of materials simulation methods designed to improve predictive power and extend the range of conditions over which materials models at the molecular scale...

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Materials Science

January 29, 2018

Oil and Water Really Do Mix: Simulating the world of...


Have you ever wondered why milk is so white or why mayonnaise appears so thick and yet it can flow out of the bottle? Are you aware that these such...

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Chemistry

October 30, 2017

Using Angles to Improve the Future of Electronics


One such project is being led by scientist Elad Koren from IBM’s Zurich lab. In the project, which is funded under the Ambizione program within the Swiss National Science Foundation...

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Nanotechnology

July 31, 2017

Under pressure: New ptychography technique examines stressed atoms in 3D


Think of it as a CT scan. But for atoms. The nano-probe is building a 3D model of that device’s atomic structure, for which we can examine the amount of...

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Nanotechnology

May 15, 2017

IBM Researchers Take Home Innovation Prize for Semiconductor Research


IBM scientists have been recognized with the 2017 Compound Semiconductor Industry Innovation Award. The recognition is a culmination of five years of research by the Zurich-based team which is focused...

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Nanotechnology

March 8, 2017

IBM at SPIE: Seven Advancements for Beyond 7nm Chips


When we announced the industry’s first functional 7 nanometer node (7nm) test chips in 2015, with our GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Samsung partners, we knew the process for the chips to reach...

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Materials Science

February 27, 2017