Nanotechnology

A nanostructured gate dielectric may have addressed the most significant obstacle to expanding the use of organic semiconductors for thin-film transistors.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
9:00am
1.17.2018
As new industries and usages for nanotechnologies continue to emerge, worker safety is becoming a bigger concern.
3:49pm
1.10.2018
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Researchers have discovered that nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes or modified graphene nanoribbons could potentially replace platinum for fast oxygen reduction.
3:01pm
1.5.2018
New organic-inorganic hybrid materials exhibit an unprecedented combination of strength and elasticity.
by Justin Eure, Brookhaven National Laboratory
12:06pm
1.5.2018
Energy Safety Research Institute shows decontaminating nanotubes can simplify nanoscale devices.
by Swansea University
3:56pm
1.3.2018
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Survival rates in pancreatic cancer linked to inverse correlation between specific oncogene and tumor suppressant, Tel Aviv University researchers say.
by American Friends Of Tel Aviv University
3:55pm
1.2.2018
This platform has potential for intraoperative detection of oncologic targets and eradication of unresctable cancer residues.
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10:13am
12.21.2017
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HIV, dengue, and papillomavirus are just some of the many viruses that kill millions of people every year, mostly children in developing countries.
by EPFL
3:14pm
12.18.2017
New research suggests that a nanovaccine could replace the dreaded flu shot as the best method to fight off the annual influenza virus.
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3:22pm
12.14.2017
With artificial graphene, the lattice can be engineered over a wide range of spacing and configurations that will allow for more versatile properties than the...
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10:44am
12.13.2017
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Imagine that instead of switching on a lamp when it gets dark, you could read by the light of a glowing plant on your desk.
by MIT
9:29am
12.13.2017
Researchers discover new way to power electrical devices.
by University of Alberta
3:31pm
12.11.2017
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Tiny structures could be next-generation solution for smaller electronic devices.
by University of California - Los Angeles
10:03am
12.8.2017
The method of fabrication instantly wets the nanocavity, which is often difficult at the nanoscale.
by University of Rochester
9:08am
12.8.2017
Two-dimensional materials are promising for both high-performance electronics and flexible transparent electronics.
by Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
3:07pm
12.4.2017
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By using bacterial flagella as a template for silica, researchers have demonstrated an easier way to make propulsion systems for nanoscale swimming robots.
by American Institute Of Physics
4:04pm
11.30.2017
Surprisingly fast heat flow from graphene to its surrounding.
by The Institute Of Photonic Sciences
2:39pm
11.29.2017
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Bacteria are able to attach themselves to tissue fibres with the aid of a ‘nano-adhesive’.
by ETH Zurich
9:14am
11.28.2017
Lenses made of graphene and precisely pierced gold sheets are able to concentrate terahertz beams to a spot, flip its polarization and modulate its intensity.
by Institute for Basic Science
3:54pm
11.27.2017
Another important element of this work is a special “current-focusing” device architecture.
by Los Alamos National Laboratory
7:30am
11.22.2017
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Gold nanoparticles could help make drugs act more quickly and effectively.
by Binghamton University
12:30pm
11.20.2017
Researchers have found that injecting nanoparticles helps fight the immune system by diverting immune cells that cause inflammation away from an injury site.
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4:11pm
11.13.2017
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Skin secretions contain a large number of metabolites that can be targeted for authentication analysis.
by University at Albany
12:38pm
11.10.2017
An international team of scientists has discovered a new route to ultra-low-power transistors using a graphene-based composite material.
by University Of York
12:28pm
11.7.2017
Tiny sensors are being developed to help uncloak the secrets of brain chemistry.
by AVS: Science and Technology of Materials, Interfaces, and Processing
2:09pm
11.3.2017
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The unique fibrous morphology of the DFNS family of materials bestows them with several important properties.
by Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
10:29am
11.3.2017
The research introduces a new way to manipulate and improve nanomaterials by employing lasers as chisels in the hands of a sculptor.
by Complutense University of Madrid
10:05am
11.3.2017
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The technique is also able to turning magnetic energy into the directed rotation of the magnetization.
by University of Exeter
1:38pm
11.2.2017
Scientists have discovered a pioneering new technique to transform ambient heat into motion in nanoscale devices.
by University Of Exeter
2:07pm
11.1.2017
The Molecular Foundry and aBeam Technologies bring mass fabrication to nano-optical devices.
by Berkeley Lab
2:31pm
10.30.2017
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