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A technique that can image particle movement on microsecond timescales and nanometre length scales provides evidence that supports the “picket fence” model of membrane protein confinement.
Structures could serve as circuit paths for charge carriers.
3D printed nerve cuff "nanoclips" tethered with carbon nanofibres may help towards bioelectronic medicine for modulating nerve signalling to treat disease.
Fundamental characteristics of neurotransmission and memory formation are replicated in MoS2 field-effect transistors.
A new way to produce novel nanograined metals with extraordinary properties.
(with video Device has a "molecular gearbox" and could work as a new type of actuator on both the nano- and macro-scales.
Time-resolved photoemission electron microscopy sheds light on the generation and evolution of plasmonic vortices.
Results from ptychography experiments on InGaN/GaN structures could help in the development of cheaper, more efficient LEDs in the future.
Encapsulation technique uniformly disperses magnetite particles in a poly(ethylene) matrix, allowing for better control of material properties.
Technique might help make photonic metasurfaces with tuneable optical properties.
(with video) The result is an increase in the power conversion efficiency to 12% in “Ruddlesden–Popper” perovskites greater than two units thick and a five-fold enhancement in the efficiency of a photovoltaic cell made from these materials.
Researchers store binary information in the magnetic spin of a holmium atom using a scanning tunnelling microscope.
The first multiplexed serological test that can quickly tell the difference between two diseases that often produce the same symptoms.
Graphene solution-gated field-effect transistors provide competitive alternatives to existing platinum microelectrode arrays for neural interfaces.
New steel is much more resistant to fatigue and so cracks less easily when stressed.
New scanning transmission microscopy-based technique could be used to image nanostructures and spin-labelled biomolecules.
Superhydrophobicity has been achieved by mimicking cicada wings.
DNA "smart glue" helps complex crystals self-assemble.
Speakers at innoLAE2017 discuss approaches for direct neural stimulation to treat disease.
Nanostructured material could be used in applications such as quantum computation and cryptography.