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New images could help redefine superhydrophobicity.
Researchers have developed a new way to improve the optical and electronic properties of the semiconducting material via 3D nanostructuring.
Carbon sheet could be used as an ultrasmooth coating in machine components, so drastically reducing energy losses.
Physicists have discovered a new way to control and guide electrons in graphene by removing a single carbon atom from its perfect honeycombed lattice.
A WSe2(1–x)S2x field-effect transistor has promising tunable electrical properties that are undamaged after three months' exposure to air.
New near-infrared light-emitting diode has a record electroluminescence power conversion efficiency of nearly 5% for this type of device.
Silver nanospirals reveal a circular dichroism peak in the visible that is redshifted for longer nanospirals, and a peak in the UV that stays fixed.
The effect could be exploited to deliver drugs into cancer cells more efficiently.
Anomalous and conventional dispersion cancel each other out.
The size, shape and composition of therapeutic particles need to be tailored to the biological and physical properties of different tumours.
New work sheds more light on our understanding of nanoemitters in general and nanoplatelets in particular.
Accurins reduce the toxicity of aurora kinase inhibitors.
New research could help in the treatment of pancreatic cancer with the chemotherapeutic irinotecan.
New observations could help in the design of better devices made from atomically thin nanostructures.
Caesium lead halide nanowire-based devices could be used in on-chip photonic and spectroscopic applications.
We speak to Jae Hyun Lee, winner of the first Nanotechnology Young Researcher Award about the challenges and motivations in his nanobioscience work.
The nanomaterials are stable in air when coated with reduced graphene oxide.
New technique can home in on single molecules.
'Bernal-stacked' material may find use in a variety of device applications.
Technique could help make new types of optoelectronic devices in the future.