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Increasing the efficiency of solar cells has always been a serious concern in novel energy production industries and researchers try to optimize the processes to produce new devices to boost the prod...
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a new type of materials with nanoscale pores. Bioscience engineers from KU Leuven, Belgium, have developed an alternative method that produces these materials in th...
Current semiconductor technology is based on silicon, an inorganic semiconductor material in which impurity atoms are introduced or doped for use in electronic components to increase conductivity and...
Nanoscale one-way-street for light: An optical device at nanoscale which allows light to pass in only one direction has been developed at TU Wien (Vienna). It consists of alkali atoms which are coupled to ultrathin glass fibres
If light is able to propagate from left to right, the opposite direction is usually allowed as well. A beam of light can normally be sent back to its point of origin, just by reflecting it on a mirror...
Spintronics, low-energy electricity take a step closer: A new class of topological insulators discovered
Topological insulators are materials that let electric current flow across their surface while keeping it from passing it through their bulk. This exotic property makes topological insulators very pro...
How nanoparticles give electrons away: FAU researchers gain new insights into the electrical charge of platinum particles
Whether it is in catalytic processes in the chemical industry, environmental catalysis, new types of solar cells or new electronic components, nanoparticles are everywhere in modern production and env...
Peoiple could soon be using their smartphones to combat a deadly form of air pollution.
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Scientists have developed a new paper device that analyzes DNA and could rapidly and inexpensively assess disparate conditions including hepatitis B and male infertility, which together affect millions of people around the world.
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Nanostructures can be used in photothermal therapy.
New experiments could help in the design of carbon nanotube-based materials for specific applications in the future.
A team of chemists from ITMO University, in collaboration with research company SOPOT, has developed a novel type of firefighting foam based on inorganic silica nanoparticles. The new foam beats exist...
Brain cell death is a possible trigger of multiple sclerosis: New study in mice finds the death of a specific class of brain cells triggers an MS-like immune response, which can be prevented by nanoparticle therapy
Multiple sclerosis (MS) may be triggered by the death of brain cells that make myelin, the insulation around nerve fibers, according to research on a novel mouse model developed by scientists from the...
Microscope creates near-real-time videos of nanoscale processes: Instrument scans images 2,000 times faster than commercial models
State-of-the-art atomic force microscopes (AFMs) are designed to capture images of structures as small as a fraction of a nanometer -- a million times smaller than the width of a human hair. In recent...
Iranian researchers from Yasouj University used a simple and quick method to produce bio-nanocomposites with high strength.
Iranian researchers from Isfahan University of Technology produced a nanobiosensor to study the effects of various elements on DNA degradation and the methods to prevent it.
UC Davis scientists demonstrate DNA-based electromechanical switch: Opens possibilities for 'bioelectronics'
A team of researchers from the University of California, Davis and the University of Washington have demonstrated that the conductance of DNA can be modulated by controlling its structure, thus openin...
The artificial materials that came in from the cold: Berkeley Lab researchers develop nature-mimicking freeze-casting technique for fabricating advanced porous materials
It has often been said that nature is history's greatest innovator and if that is true then scientists with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) a...
Arrowhead Research Corporation (NASDAQ: ARWR), a biopharmaceutical company developing targeted RNAi therapeutics, today announced that it has been selected for addition to the NASDAQ Biotechnology Ind...
The EU funded EUPHONON coordination action has published a report which includes Position Paper, Road Map and Strategic Research Agenda on Nanophononics in the context of ICT.
-When heat travels between two objects that aren't touching, it flows differently at the smallest scales--distances on the order of the diameter of DNA, or 1/50,000 of a human hair.