As seen in The Daily: October 23, 2023
Revolutionizing Color Technology and Solar Energy
(Cleveland, Ohio) Case Western Reserve University physicists are developing ultra-thin optical coatings that could dramatically extend the life of solar panels, as well as improve areas like data storage, or protection against counterfeiting.
“Imagine a world where surfaces...
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Plot Thickens in Hunt for Ninth Planet
Outer reaches of solar system could harbor another planet—or evidence modifying laws of gravity
A pair of theoretical physicists are reporting that the same observations inspiring the hunt for a ninth planet might instead be evidence within the solar system...
Case Western Reserve researchers investigate magnetic materials in National Science Foundation-funded quantum research that could aid transformers, power converters
As seen in The Daily - Advancing atomic-scale technology - research x science & tech
A Case Western Reserve University-led team is working on technology that could dramatically improve electrical transformers and...
Innovator of the Year: Early Career
Assistant Professor of Physics
Six years ago, Lydia Kisley was recognized as one of the “brightest young innovators and game changers” by Forbes in its “30 Under 30” list. Now, she’s being recognized as one of Case Western Reserve’s Innovators of the Year—specifically for early career...
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New developments in engineering and technology
A Global Outlook with a Local View
PBS: Johanna Nagy and Lydia Kisley, both assistant professors of physics in the Department of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, CWRU, discuss their local scientific projects with global implications in the engineering and technology...