FEI's ongoing microscopy image contest is always a source of beautiful and fascinating images, and this month's winners are certainly no exception.
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Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a testing platform for solar-driven electrochemical systems using microfluidics, which allows small-scale screening of anode and cathode materials for applications like hydrogen generation and water oxidation.
A better understanding of how we age and new treatments for dermatitis are just two of the exciting developments that could be possible using an innovative technique for looking at human skin.
Stanford University scientists have dramatically improved the performance of lithium-ion batteries by creating novel electrodes made of silicon and conducting polymer hydrogel, a spongy substance similar to the material used in soft contact lenses and other household products.
Researchers from Columbia Engineering in New York have disproved claims that graphene loses its strength when fabricated on a large scale.
Sebastien Blais-Ouellette, CEO and Founder of Photon etc. talks to AZoNano about tunable filter for hyperspectral Raman imaging.
Michel Durr, Analog & RF Imaging IC Design Program Manager talks to AZoNano about Impulse radio ultra-wideband circuits for measuring distances within centimeters of accuracy.
Gilles Baujon, President and CEO at Nanoplas, talks to AZoNano about Dry-etching Technology.
In this Thought Leader interview, Dr. Ben Colman from Duke University talks to AZoNano about his work assessing the long-term impact of low-level concentration of silver nanoparticles.
Dr Yoshiyuki Suda, Associate Professor at Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan, talks to AZoNano about his recent work on the properties of carbon nanocoils, particularly in terms of their use in NEMS.
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