Nanotechnology

The study reports that the scientists were successful in manipulating atoms of phosphorous within silicon crystals.
by University of Surrey
9:23am
7.25.2017
The progression of research assays from qualitative outputs toward increasingly sensitive quantitative outputs is transforming life sciences.
by SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening)
9:17am
7.21.2017
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The capsules were made using a specially-developed microengineering process.
by St John's College, University of Cambridge
9:19am
7.19.2017
Method offers pathway for improving patient outcomes after spinal fusion surgery.
by Megan Fellman, Northwestern Medicine
2:34pm
7.18.2017
The device will be a useful tool for accurately determining a patient's level of health.
by Universitat Rovira I Virgili
10:33am
7.17.2017
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The researchers tested their concept by comparing X-ray dental plates with and without the smart polymer coating.
by KAUST
10:15am
7.11.2017
Although scientists have for decades been able to synthesize nanoparticles in the lab, the process is mostly trial and error.
by University of Pittsburgh
3:39pm
7.10.2017
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The amount of silver nanoparticles required to kill bacteria is extremely small, making them cost efficient.
by U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Service
2:38pm
7.5.2017
These structures were tested in human lung cells and blood vessel cells.
by Imperial College London
1:50pm
7.3.2017
The system could also be applied to moving particles around inside the body for medical treatments and optically based nanomachinery.
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9:10am
7.3.2017
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This motivates the search for new ultrahigh-temperature metal alloys that can maintain their shape and strength at temperatures where ordinary steel would melt.
by Osaka University
12:23pm
6.29.2017
The conducting nanofibers create a favorable surface for this bacteria.
by Cornell University
12:59pm
6.28.2017
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The surfaces of TI are only a few atoms thick and need little power to conduct electricity.
by University of California-Riverside
10:18am
6.26.2017
One of those topics was advancements in the synthesis of germanium-based core-shell nanocrystals.
by DOE/Ames Laboratory
2:24pm
6.15.2017
The procedure, which allows for the precise tailoring of nanoparticles, stands to advance the field of nanochemistry.
by Carnegie Mellon University
3:14pm
6.12.2017
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The field of nanoscale molecular electronics aims to exploit individual molecules as the building blocks for electronic devices.
by National Physics Laboratory
10:00am
6.12.2017
Developing new scientific devices pushing the limits of what we can observe and measure does not occur overnight
by OIST Graduate University
10:03am
6.9.2017
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A team has for the first time discovered magnetism in the 2-D world of monolayers, or materials that are formed by a single atomic layer.
by University of Washington
10:27am
6.8.2017
During May, R&D Magazine highlighted potential applications, challenges and specific organizations dedicated to furthering the development of graphene.
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3:38pm
5.31.2017
Coined ‘Graphene City,’ the University of Manchester is home to over 250 researchers working on graphene and has over 70 industry partners.
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10:16am
5.25.2017
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The methods developed provide a new experimental platform for biophysical studies of membranes and, potentially, other cell components.
by DOE/ORNL
12:57pm
5.24.2017
Scientists have developed a sensor that alerts a person with asthma when and at what dosage to take their medication.
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3:50pm
5.23.2017
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For the first time, a graphene membrane has been designed that can withstand up to 100 bars of pressure.
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3:13pm
5.19.2017
Researchers have used nanotechnology to boost the catalytic performance of cerium oxide.
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10:47am
5.18.2017
A research team from the University of Exeter created a novel method that uses graphene to produce complex and controllable sound signals.
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2:26pm
5.15.2017
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The device is a nano-sized optical fiber that's about 100 times thinner than a human hair.
by UCSD
12:47pm
5.15.2017
Cell deformation was evaluated after 30 seconds of compression from a digital image taken by a CMOS camera.
by Kumamoto University
12:00pm
5.10.2017
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Researchers have developed a way to print a nanoscale imaging probe onto the tip of a glass fiber as thin as a human hair, accelerating the production of the...
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
10:24am
5.10.2017
The National Graphene Association is working to connect those in research with commercial entities looking to produce graphene-based products.
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9:29am
5.10.2017
A new report provides a snapshot of where this market stands today and possible trends.
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12:19pm
5.8.2017
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