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(with audio) By successfully adding a layer of MgO to the protective Al2O3 laminate, researchers improve the resilience of OLEDs to water vapour and gas exposure by around an order of magnitude.
Atomic force and confocal microscopy techniques shed more light on viral infection.
(with video) By embedding plant leaves with carbon nanotubes, MIT researchers have transformed a plant into a living sensor.
(with video) New technique to rearrange atoms one by one in a fully ordered lattice could be used to simulate quantum systems.
Diamond crystal defect system could outperform present-day DVD technology.
Living coating appears to hide transparent creatures from predators.
A new way to treat the influenza virus shows promise.
New device could directly image energy dissipation mechanisms in quantum matter.
Innovative system is made from fibre-shaped nanogenerators, solar cells and supercapacitors.
New force-spectroscopy tool could be used to study how proteins and genes behave inside biological cells.
Nanospeakers produced in tungsten for the first time provide insights into the significance of different system parameters and the propagation of waves from these systems.
New device has a PCE of more than 20%.
New technique combines electron microscopy with pulsed lasers to study semiconductor devices.
(with video) High-impact collisions produce extreme gradient-nano-grained structures that resist mechanical failure.
Findings from XRD measurements on echinoderms could help in the development of new types of biomaterials for applications in biosensing and soft robotics.
Entangled photons and silicon vacancies in a nanophotonic device make building blocks for quantum optical networks.
Quantum bits based on Si are 100 times more robust than those made from the semiconductor gallium arsenide and can be manipulated with 10 times greater precision.
Functionalization technique can transform objects into a giant LEGO-like polyphenol that can then be crosslinked with a metal.
New experiments and simulations reveal fundamental aspects of fracture mechanics that are simply not possible to see in thicker materials.
New technique, which overcomes many of the problems encountered in traditional dielectrophoresis experiments, could help make portable biosensors.