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New electron microscopy technique could be used to study the behaviour of magnetic domains in hard drives.
Autoimmune response suppressed in mice.
A new biocompatible and thixotropic 2D hydrogel shows promise.
Technology could find use in a range of applications, such as wearable and portable sensors, paper-based microfluidic devices and micro-robotics.
Breakthrough could lead to measurements of quantum-state evolution due to gravity.
Unravelling the impact of environmental exposure to nanomaterials can be complicated by the difference between the materials produced for applications and those released into the environment.
New, efficient, devices are environmentally friendly and can be produced at low temperatures.
(with movie - French) A high x-ray absorbing nanoparticle could boost radiotherapy treatment while helping the immune system fight all types of non-local cancers in metastasis.
Oral drug delivery could benefit.
Study quantifies the effects of tethering on the dynamic mechanical properties of a DNA molecule, which affects the conformational changes involved in DNA replication.
2D semiconductor could be used in a wide range of optical technologies, such as spectroscopy, materials processing and chemical and biomedical sensing.
Counter electrode made from the carbon sheet works well in different electrolytes.
New membrane could replace conventional flammable organic liquid electrolyte systems in lithium-ion devices.
Construct could be used to probe the quantum properties of materials and to make quantum information processing or cryptography devices.
A process for synthesizing boron nitride nanotubes at 4000 °C produces high-purity boron nitride nanotubes catalyst-free without escalating the price.
Technique could help reduce the risk of dangerous complications.
Combination of digital and analogue computing methods may be the route towards a quantum computer.
New findings could help improve devices made from the carbon sheet.
Device might be used to help design artificial molecular machines similar to those found in nature.
New contrast agent amplifies MRI signals.