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New device might be used to assess a variety of cutaneous diseases, and even test how effective cosmetic products are.
Magnetic measurement could boost the fortunes of spintronics.
New molecular machine is inspired by those found in nature.
New absorber material shows promise for solar cells.
Micro- and nano-porous thin films might be employed in cell replacement therapy.
New antibody model system could form the basis of a high-speed method to probe DNA-protein interactions.
Tiny transistor reveals electrons marching two by two.
Logarithmic spirals could further our understanding of light.
Researchers make new high storage capacity 3D composite from reduced graphene oxide loaded with lithium iron phosphate nanoparticles.
New results could be important for controlling the morphology and composition of crystals at the nanoscale in future electronics and optoelectronics devices.
First ever “bionicomposite” made from silk and carbon nanomaterials could find use in a range of applications, from textiles to nerve regeneration and tissue repair.
Flexible, semiconducting composite shows promise for future electronic, photonic and sensor applications.
Molecular lattice also harbours unconventional superconductor.
Biocompatible nanostructures could help in the reconstruction of damaged tissue and nerves.
(with audio) Simulations of nanofibres show how to dictate the phase and topology of network that they self-organise into.
Tunnelling field-effect transistor could be used in ultrahigh performance and ultralow standby power logical applications, as well as to make ultra-compact non-volatile memory devices.
Carbon material might be ideal in complex tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, as well as for making implantable electronics and biosensors.
Devices might be used in a wide range of new technologies, including temporary, biodegradable medical implants.
(with video) By merging top-down and bottom-up fabrication techniques, researchers readily produce nanowire networks with behaviour analogous to adaptability and memory.
(with audio) Horizontally oriented nanowire transistors simplify multiple gate fabrication and help towards 3D networks.