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A simple soak and heating process renders waste coffee grounds into an effective environmental resource.
New atomic force microscopy study could help in the development of artificial mechanoactive systems.
Observations of “Klein Edge Doublet” could help engineer better nanodevices made from the carbon sheet.
A layer of carbon nanotubes can triple the energy of laser-accelerated carbon ions.
Depositing lithium on 2D material generates Cooper pairs.
New surface-assisted cyclodehydrogenation process makes heterostructures that might be used in electronics and nonlinear optics applications.
Ultrathin nano-gratings produce high-contrast interference patterns of massive molecules.
Graphene/SiC device in a cryogen-free system could be used to determine the SI unit of resistance.
Scanning tunnelling luminescence studies reveal mechanisms behind efficiency losses in gallium arsenide devices.
DNA-stabilized structures “unlock” in response to specific biomarker stimuli.
New work might help in the future commercialization of these low-cost, efficient devices.
Researchers have observed a new type of thermoelectric effect in a capacitively interacting system.
New observations may help in the development of artificial antireflective surfaces inspired by these natural patterns.
New result might help further improve the performance of these up-and-coming solar-cell materials.
rG-O could come in use for a wide range of practical applications including coatings, protective layers, energy storage systems and membranes.
New composite material might be used in applications that require high operating temperatures, such as hybrid and electric vehicles, and aerospace power electronics.
New real-time device could help in the development of better anti-cancer drugs.
Researchers report on a new way to switch the polarization of tantalum nanodots without an external magnetic field
Non-magnetic metals become ferromagnetic when in contact with carbon molecules.
A chemically tailored single nanosheet demonstrates simultaneous lasing in all the colours needed to create white light.