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Hydrophilic carbon nanoparticles might help in the treatment of traumatic brain injury, strokes, autoimmune diseases and neuropathy.
Researchers design a nanoparticle that can be detected by six different medical imaging techniques.
Researchers image how magnetic skyrmions move for the first time – a result that bodes well for next-generation high-density data-storage technologies and nanodigital electronic devices.
Alain Schuhl become new director of the Institute of Physics at the French National Centre for Scientific Research.
A sea-urchin-shaped titania structure with an iron core provides a unique support for effective use and re-use of gold nanoparticle catalysts.
New nanomaterial suppresses dendrite growth, for safer and better solid-ion batteries.
Polymer sorting technique in different solvents can separate semiconducting from metallic carbon nanotubes.
US-Italy team makes first field-effect transistor from 2D silicon sheet.
Sony has released an app that allows researchers at Stanford University to use your smartphone’s idle processing power to perform protein-folding calculations.
Cadmium-free quantum dot technology looks set to puncture mainstream consumerism for the first time.
New nanostructure improves the sensitivity of infrared spectroscopy.
Organic semiconductor pentacene assumes an unusual crystal structure when grown on carbon sheet.
A hot-casting solution-processing technique produces perovskite crystals with millimetre size grain cells.
Plasmonic ring cavities could be good alternatives to the widely used “dimer” or “bowtie” nanoantenna structures as possible light emitting sources in all-optical chip circuits.
Spiky structures dissolve in both hydrophobic and hydrophilic solvents – without being “chemically camouflaged”.
In situ electron microscopy reveals the role acidic polymers play in allowing living organisms to form minerals.
Molecules could help in the development of low-cost artificial photosynthetic systems that can produce hydrogen fuel in a renewable way.
Researchers succeed in directly imaging how electrons interact with each other in a single molecule.
New and simple device can detect a wide range of human metabolites, including glucose, uric acid and cholesterol.
The natural simplicity of atoms as perfect resonators reveals new optical behaviour in photonic crystals.