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Materials stories that may also be of interest

At the end of each week, we end up with a list of stories I started to write about, or started to investigate or didn’t even get that far even though the topic looked intriguing, but, I had a meeting to go to …

Rather than have these stories evaporate into the ether, here are some raw links to some of these orphan tales. Check ‘em out:

Versatile solution for growing thin films of conducting polymers

Sandbag 2.0 — meet the Sand Brick

Sandia: New approach could mean break-even nuclear fusion reactions within 2-3 years

Sweet way to make graphene – just add table sugar

Silane plus molecular hydrogen as a possible pathway to metallic hydrogen

Research metrics: Handful of U.S. schools claim larger share of output

Probing the ultimate limit of fiber-optic strain sensing