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(vith video) New "abiotic" nanocomposite could help in the design of damage-resistant alternatives to ceramics.
Mixture of carbon, boron and nitrogen could find use in electronics.
Superstructures could be used in therapeutics.
Effective PMMA residue removal promotes chemical vapour deposition as a potentially scalable approach for generating high-quality graphene.
Multilayer graphene nanoribbons are better in terms of performance, reliability and energy efficiency down to 20 nm width – with room for improvement.
Carbon sheet could help protect eyes from EM radiation and dehydration.
The much loved and highly revered researcher often dubbed the “Queen of Carbon” dies aged 86.
Novel platform detects cancers by exploiting the abnormal "leakiness" of tumour blood vessels.
Silicon nanocrystals are efficient materials for luminescent solar concentrators.
Bias dependence plays a significant role in tuning nanowire arrays for photodetectors.
Device could be used in applications such as night vision and optical communications.
New experiments on single-atom junctions could help in the development of novel nanoelectronics and memories.
MIT researchers succeed in imaging how dopamine is released from a single cell using 20,000 individually addressable sensors.
The first realisation of a field effect transistor made from the 2D material germanane reveals promising electronic and optoelectronic properties.
Device could compete with lithium-ion batteries – in terms of both performance and cost.
New device both emits and senses light at the same time.
An array of titanium oxide nanopillars of varying thicknesses expands the wavelengths of light a flat lens can focus.
Metallic material becomes a small-bandgap semiconductor when thinned down and so could find use in a variety of applications in photovoltaics and electronics.
Graphene exhibits three-dimensional superstructure on hexagonal boron nitride (hBN).
Bio-galvanic cells could be used to monitor a variety of physiological parameters for prolonged periods of time.