A group of researchers recently set out on a mission to create new bulk MgB2 using a technique called spark plasma sintering (SPS).
An article published in Nature Communications presented lamellar g-C3N4 nanosheets prepared via the bottom-up method and utilized as membranes for gas separation.
An article published in Scientific Reports presented a cell-free technique for the direct crystallization of proteins without the need for a living cell.
A review article published in Advanced Functional Materials systematically reviewed the latest research on rechargeable battery-based 1D nanostructures.
An article published in Communications Materials presented the effect of humidity on hardness and elastic modulus (E) for two series of lead halide perovskite single crystals. The results indicated the influence of hydrogen (H)-bonding, bond length, and polarization of the ions in lead halide perovskite single crystals.
A pre-proof paper from the journal iScience focuses on utilizing the buckling instability of high-strength Au nanowires for an important engineering application called electrochemical probing.
Scientists developed a dual-targeting intelligent DNA-guided missile (GM)-integrated nanospacecraft (NSC), which can deliver chemotherapeutic drugs precisely to cancer cells and mitochondria.
A team led by Bristol is building a sturdy battery separator with seaweed-derived nanomaterials, paving the way for cleaner and more efficient energy storage.
An article published in Communications Physics discussed partially filled states of flat-band structures induced by thermodynamically stable corrugation of the graphene bilayer via an interlayer twist.
An article published in the journal ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering presented a variety of metal-doped nitrogen-containing graphene quantum dots that exhibited high-contrast properties in the ultrasound brightness mode and imaging capabilities with visible and NIR fluorescence.
A recent Nature Communications study reported the fabrication of a two-dimensional (2D) layered metastable oxide, i.e., trigonal phase rhodium oxide, which serves as a platform for the fabrication of well-ordered, hexagonal patterned, face-centered cubic rhodium nanocrystal arrays to boost hydrogen production.
A paper published in the journal Materials investigates the piezoelectric behavior of ZnO nanowires with mechanical actuation.
This year’s Guinness World Records and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” both featured the world’s whitest paint, which maintains surfaces so cool that it could lessen the need for air conditioning.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and ARTIDIS AG today announced a strategic alliance to investigate ARTIDIS technology as a novel treatment-optimization tool for patients with solid tumors in several distinct indications.
A pre-proof article from the journal ISCIENCE reported the development of a highly stable and effective [email protected]/SiO2 nanocatalyst for the hydrogenation process of ethylene carbonate (EC), wherein Cu nanoparticles were enclosed by graphitic carbon overlayers produced from sorbitol.