Systematic copper doping boosts all-solar utilization in tungstic acid nanocrystals.
A research team led by the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has made a big breakthrough in nanomaterials by successfully constructing a highly efficient electrocatalyst that can significantly boost hydrogen production through electrochemical water splitting.
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Sunlight is considered to be an unlimited source of energy, and using sunlight to produce electricity is known to be one of the bases of renewable energy.
Researchers have invented a nano-thin superbug-slaying material that could one day be integrated into wound dressings and implants to prevent or heal bacterial infections.
Remote epitaxy, a promising technology for thin film growth and exfoliation, suffers from substrate damage under harsh conditions. In this regard, researchers recently investigated the effect of nano-sized pits on AlN template surface on GaN remote epitaxy.
Researchers at Karolinska Institute have developed a novel method using DNA Nanoballs to detect pathogens, aiming to simplify nucleic acid testing and revolutionize pathogen detection.
Researchers at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN), a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility at DOE's Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Northrop Grumman, a multinational aerospace and defense technology company, have found a way to maintain valley polarization at room temperature using novel materials and techniques.
The droplets are composed of a mixture of platinum and germanium and move on a heated substrate in the direction of the heat source.
Researchers of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and the University of Konstanz in Germany as well as of Tohoku University in Japan have been able to increase the diffusion of magnetic whirls, so called skyrmions, by a factor of 10.
Researchers at Kanazawa University report in Analytical Chemistry how to produce nanopipettes that reliably provide nanoscale resolution scanning ion conductance microscopy images of living cells.
An international research team headed by Dr. Johannes Karges of the Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, has developed nanoparticles that accumulate in cancer cells and eliminate them after being photoactivated.
Researchers at Karolinska Institute have developed a novel method using DNA nanoballs to detect pathogens, aiming to simplify nucleic acid testing and revolutionize pathogen detection.
Vanderbilt researchers have developed a way to more quickly and precisely trap nanoscale objects such as potentially cancerous extracellular vesicles using cutting-edge plasmonic nanotweezers.
In living organisms, cells have a very high capacity to process and communicate information by moving molecules or ions through tiny channels that span the cell membrane.