BREAKING: Magnitude 6.6 earthquake shakes Sapporo city in Japan, no tsunami threat

  1. BREAKING: Magnitude 6.6 earthquake shakes Sapporo city in Japan, no tsunami threat  AccuWeather.com
  2. Japan earthquake: Sapporo ROCKED by 6.7 earthquake – people trapped in collapsed buildings  Express.co.uk
  3. Japan earthquake: Landslide traps people in houses after magnitude-6.7 tremor shakes northern island of Hokkaido  The Independent
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This poll shows Brexit risks breaking up the United Kingdom

  1. This poll shows Brexit risks breaking up the United Kingdom  Business Insider
  2. Boris Johnson: UK gets ‘diddly squat’ from May’s Brexit plans  BBC News
  3. Brexit could sway Scottish voters toward independence from UK, poll finds  CNBC
  4. Welcome back to Brexitland  CNN
  5. Brexit: Boris Johnson branded ‘great charlatan’ by senior Tory after he ridicules Chequers plan – Politics live  The Guardian (blog)
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Design new materials with specific properties: Breaking down band structures

Despite a deep understanding of the properties of individual atoms — the ‘ingredients’ that make up a crystal — scientists found that, when they are combined they often display new, unanticipated properties, making efforts to design new materials little more than guesswork. To make that process more predictable, scientists have produced a system to represent band structures — energy bands, similar to electron orbital, that run through solids — to quickly understand the properties of a given material.
Source: Science Daily

Design new materials with specific properties: Breaking down band structures

Despite a deep understanding of the properties of individual atoms — the ‘ingredients’ that make up a crystal — scientists found that, when they are combined they often display new, unanticipated properties, making efforts to design new materials little more than guesswork. To make that process more predictable, scientists have produced a system to represent band structures — energy bands, similar to electron orbital, that run through solids — to quickly understand the properties of a given material.
Source: Science Daily

Design new materials with specific properties: Breaking down band structures

Despite a deep understanding of the properties of individual atoms — the ‘ingredients’ that make up a crystal — scientists found that, when they are combined they often display new, unanticipated properties, making efforts to design new materials little more than guesswork. To make that process more predictable, scientists have produced a system to represent band structures — energy bands, similar to electron orbital, that run through solids — to quickly understand the properties of a given material.
Source: Science Daily