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Nano News & Events
Toward tiny, solar-powered sensors: New ultralow-power circuit improves efficiency of energy harvesting to more than 80 percent
The latest buzz in the information technology industry regards "the Internet of things" -- the idea that vehicles, appliances, civil-engineering structures, manufacturing equipment, and even livestoc...
The early diagnosis of certain types of cancer, as well as nervous system diseases such as multiple sclerosis and neuromyelitis optica, may soon be facilitated by the use of a nanometric sensor capabl...
Sweeping lasers snap together nanoscale geometric grids: New technique creates multi-layered, self-assembled grids with fully customizable shapes and compositions
Down at the nanoscale, where objects span just billionths of a meter, the size and shape of a material can often have surprising and powerful electronic and optical effects. Building larger materials...
Iranian researchers produced a type of biosensor that can detect very small amounts of cocaine in blood.
The traps could be used to manipulate biological molecules such as DNA and perhaps even help assemble nanomachines of the future.
Method could be used to make flexible electronics and optoelectronic devices.
Iranian researchers studied the effect of a type of nanosheet on the adsorption of cyanogen toxic gas.
New findings could help in the development of photonic devices, such as light emitters and lasers made from 2D transition metal dichalcogenides.
Devices could be used to make transparent, flexible displays of the future.
Researchers first to show that Saharan silver ants can control electromagnetic waves over an extremely broad range of the electromagnetic spectrumfindings may lead to biologically inspired coatings for passive radiative cooling of objects
Nanfang Yu, assistant professor of applied physics at Columbia Engineering, and colleagues from the University of Zürich and the University of Washington, have discovered two key strategies that enabl...
Nanopositioning specialist PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., a leader and solution provider in motion control and positioning components and systems, introduces the new PIglide HS planar XY air bearing st...
RMC-Boeckeler recently announced the release of the RMC LN-Ultra cryosectioning system designed for both biological and industrial applications that require low temperature serial sectioning, especial...
Seattles Hub for Industry-Driven Nanotechnology Education (Seattle, USA), an imaginative educational body with a flexible and highly productive model for nanotechnician training, has identified dynam...
New Investors Include Automotive-lighting Leader Valeo, IKEA GreenTech, the Venture Capital Arm of IKEA, and Bpifrance, the French National Industrial Bank; Development-and-Supply Contracts Signed wit...
Iranian researchers studied the effect of application of a type of polymer as the carrier of anticancer drugs.
X-ray imaging reveals secrets in battery materials: Imaging and data analysis techniques offer new approach to probing material properties
In a new study, researchers explain why one particular cathode material works well at high voltages, while most other cathodes do not. The insights, published in the 19 June issue of the journal Scien...
Scientists film shock waves in diamond: X-ray laser opens up new avenues of research in material science
Researchers have used ultra-short pulses of X-rays to film shock waves in diamonds. The study headed by DESY scientists opens up new possibilities for studying the properties of materials. Thanks to t...
Researchers have found an easy way to produce carbon nanoparticles that are small enough to evade the body's immune system, reflect light in the near-infrared range for easy detection, and carry paylo...
Stanford engineers find a simple yet clever way to boost chip speeds: Inside each chip are millions of tiny wires to transport data; wrapping them in a protective layer of graphene could boost speeds by up to 30 percent
A typical computer chip includes millions of transistors connected with an extensive network of copper wires. Although chip wires are unimaginably short and thin compared to household wires both have...
Solegear Further Strengthens its Product Development Team: New Hire Seeks to Create New, Disruptive, Sustainable Materials
Solegear Bioplastic Technologies Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SGB) is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Sadaf Shafiei Sabet to its biopolymer engineering team.