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Atom probe microscopy technique could help resolve longstanding questions in the geosciences.
High-quality large-area samples of the carbon sheet can be produced by simply zapping reduced graphene oxide with microwaves for a couple of seconds.
Discovery could boost resolution of space telescopes.
New CNT device outperforms the current density of conventional semiconductors like silicon and gallium arsenide.
Results could shed more light on the processes that occurred when our Solar System formed nearly five billion years ago.
Nanostructures might be used as chemotherapeutic drug carriers to treat cancer cells.
New battery is made from nanostructured layered sodium titanate and vanadyl phosphate.
New and improved nanostructure can be used to follow many aqueous chemical reactions in real time and might even help in the development of novel biotherapeutic agents.
When combined with a 5 nm-thick copper film, the device can inactivate more than 99.999% of bacteria in just 20 minutes.
The surface could be used in applications like ultrathin light modulators, biosensors, flexible optoelectronics and photodetectors.
A new technique can transport drug-loaded nanoliposomes into solid cancers.
Experiments show that "dislocation glide" dominates quasicrystal deformation.