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THE PIONEER OF FIBER OPTICS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

Mensah was born in 1950 in Kumasi, Ghana. He could read newspapers and speak French fluently and was the main contact person between his father’s business and french clients. He also won different levels of the National French Contest (Le Grand Concours) between 1968 and 1970.

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NEW INSIGHTS IN SUPERCONDUCTIVITY

The condensed-matter physics world was shaken up when high-temperature superconductivity was reported in a copper oxide material in 1986 by Alex Müller and Georg Bednorz. Their discovery not only led to an immediate Nobel Prize in 1987, it also created the „Woodstock of Physics“ at the following American Physical Society’s March Meeting, which in turn made it onto the New York Times front page. This was the start of the “fever of high Tcs”, a world-wide scientific undertaking towards achieving room temperature superconductivity. Some thirty years later and counting, the copper oxides keep posing puzzles to physicists. A universally agreed-upon explanation of their electronic properties has not yet been reached.

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REDUCE ERRORS ACROSS QUANTUM COMPUTERS

Scientists in Australia have developed a new approach to reducing the errors that plague experimental quantum computers; a step that could remove a critical roadblock preventing them scaling up to full working machines.

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NANO-SPONGE WITH SURPRISING PROPERTIES

Materials with a defined nanostructure can have surprising properties. One example is a lightweight ceramic that springs back to its original shape, like a sponge, after being compressed. One day, such materials could be used in ultrasensitive tactile sensors or advanced batteries. A team of engineers from ETH Zurich and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena has now developed a new way of manufacturing such materials.

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ULTRATHIN ORGANIC SOLAR CELL IS BOTH EFFICIENT AND DURABLE

Scientists from the RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research and RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science have succeeded, in collaboration with international partners, in creating an ultrathin organic solar cell that is both highly efficient and durable. Using a simple post-annealing process, they created a flexible organic cell that degrades by less than 5 percent over 3,000 hours in atmospheric conditions and that simultaneously has an energy conversion ratio—a key indicator of solar cell performance—of 13 percent.

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PARK SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES NANO RESEARCH GRANT FUND

Park Systems, world-leading manufacturer of Atomic Force Microscopes, announces a $1 Million Dollar Nano Research Grant Fund to support researchers who are starting new nanoscience labs in North America. The Park Systems Nano Research Grant Fund provides up to twenty grants of $50,000 towards the purchase of any AFM system and accessories manufactured by Park Systems.

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