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First three-terminal memristive device could be used as a memory element in integrated circuits and next-generation computers.
Nanostructure works just as well as expensive platinum/metal oxide-based materials for both the oxygen reduction and oxygen evolution reactions.
Canadian researchers may have developed a new way to treat brain disorders.
Nanoparticles loaded with a cholesterol-lowering drug reduce inflammation in atherosclerotic plaques.
New sensor could be used to study the brain and heart.
(with audio) Observations could be important for testing fundamental concepts in physics such as Bell’s inequalities and the quantum-to-classical transition.
A modified electron-microscopy technique could measure chirality of single molecules
Technique increases skin’s permeability to high molecular weight therapeutics.
(with movie) We look at the highlights on nanotechweb.org over the first three months of 2015.
California researchers have developed a new treatment that makes use of not one but two chemotherapy drugs that work together in synergy.
Enhancing artificial bone scaffolds with graphene-oxide flakes provides a stronger support while promoting bone regeneration.
(with video) 2D dichalcogenide layers stack up without distorting.
Researchers in Sweden have fabricated a single polytype dot in a semiconducting nanowire.
Researchers discover a new phase of water.
DNA–gadolinium nanoconjugates make highly efficient contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging.
Its behaviour is completely different to that of flat material.
New technique sorts by outer wall electronic type.
“Non-filling” porous silicon microstructures might be used to make ultrahigh performance lithium-ion electrodes.
Technique might be useful for making solar cells.
Breakthrough could mean smaller and lighter energy-storage systems