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Biocompatible nanostructures could help in the reconstruction of damaged tissue and nerves.
(with audio) Simulations of nanofibres show how to dictate the phase and topology of network that they self-organise into.
Tunnelling field-effect transistor could be used in ultrahigh performance and ultralow standby power logical applications, as well as to make ultra-compact non-volatile memory devices.
Carbon material might be ideal in complex tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, as well as for making implantable electronics and biosensors.
Devices might be used in a wide range of new technologies, including temporary, biodegradable medical implants.
(with video) By merging top-down and bottom-up fabrication techniques, researchers readily produce nanowire networks with behaviour analogous to adaptability and memory.
(with audio) Horizontally oriented nanowire transistors simplify multiple gate fabrication and help towards 3D networks.
Researchers in Japan have made the world’s smallest-width graphene nanoribbons ever – inside carbon nanotubes.
Spin-transfer torque magnetic random-access memory could act as memristive device capable of “learning”, say French researchers.
Quantum dots put voltage fluctuations to work.
(with video) New metasurfaces could be important for making a range of nonlinear devices, including holograms, photonics crystals and circuits.
Nanocavity device could be used to detect weak physical and chemical processes in real time.
New work could help make improved solar cells and light-emitting diodes.
Programmable bottom-up technique produces crystals of different sizes, shapes and lattice symmetries for use in a wide range of technology applications.
A new detailed study from researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School on the carbon nanostructure’s biocompatibility.
First three-terminal memristive device could be used as a memory element in integrated circuits and next-generation computers.
Nanostructure works just as well as expensive platinum/metal oxide-based materials for both the oxygen reduction and oxygen evolution reactions.