Rie Makiura, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Metropolitan University, published an overview study on the straightforward synthesis of nanosheet materials provided with high-precision nanoscale holes.
Researchers constructed photo-responsive nanocubes (AgPB) by functionalizing the silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) with kaempferol (Kae) and subsequently implanted them into Prussian blue (PB).
Several nanosensors have been designed for the accurate and quick diagnosis of CVDs. Recently, scientists have presented a review study highlighting the application and design of nanosensors in the detection of CVDs.
Researchers developed smart nanoparticles by decorating their surface with ligands anchored electrochemically, with solvent sensing capacity that enabled their rotation and adaptation to surroundings, thus undergoing stable dispersion in a broad range of solvents.
The mechanical characteristics and interparticle spacing of the generated supercrystalline nanostructures were tailored separately by altering the heating rate and environment.
Researchers discussed the preparation of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) in Gum Arabic (GA) solution, where laser ablation was used as computed tomography (CT) contrast agent.
A new study describes the potential of employing radiolysis to design durable, efficacious nanofluids with improved heat conduction for the first time.
Computers, tablets, pen drives, and many other electronic devices have non-volatile memory, which can keep data even after the power cut.
Researchers used a micro-electromechanical system (MEMS)-based silicon photonic device to design an on-chip computational spectrometer in MIR. They achieved this by modulating the time-domain of waveguide couplers.
A new study discusses a paradigm shift in the synthesis of MXene through microwave-assisted rapid MAX phase etching and delamination.
Scientists have recently developed newly designed nanodiamonds that exhibited a high potential as a candidate for drug delivery in cancer cells.
An effort to create biodegradable nanoparticles that can capture images and administer medication to treat peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is being led by a bioengineer at the University of Texas at Arlington.
A terahertz optical spectroscopy system prototype with a sensing area comparable to the cross-sectional area of only five human hairs was developed by researchers from Osaka University’s Institute of Laser Engineering.
Researchers prepared [email protected]/ZA, a peptide-based hydrogel with good hemocompatibility and biocompatibility, sustained peptide release, and high porosity.
New research sheds light on the nature of interface contacts formed among liquid metals and semiconductive substances, as well as the charge transfer properties of such surfaces.