A comprehensive manual for engineering spin dynamics in nanomagnets has been developed by an international research group at the University of California, Riverside, and the Institute of Magnetism in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Storing data in DNA sounds like science fiction, yet it lies in the near future. Professor Tom de Greef expects the first DNA data center to be up and running within five to ten years.
Researchers at RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich have uncovered important characteristics of double quantum dots in bilayer graphene, an increasingly promising material for possible applications in quantum technologies.
After successfully implementing fine-tuning in production, Nanologica's product now meets the company's own requirements for quality in all evaluated parameters.
The Tech Council of Australia (TCA) welcomes the Australian Government’s National Quantum Strategy (the strategy) released today by the Hon. Ed Husic MP, Minister for Industry and Science.
Scientists with the University of Chicago and Shanxi University announced they have created a way to use lasers to “simulate” a material that physicists have been drooling over for its potential technological applications for years.
Xheme, Inc. and the University of Bologna announced today that they will be presenting on a promising additive with a novel auto-oxidation inhibition mechanism at the First International Conference on Antioxidants in Barcelona, Spain on Friday, May 12, 2023.
A Cornell-led collaboration harnessed chemical reactions to make microscale origami machines self-fold – freeing them from the liquids in which they usually function, so they can operate in dry environments and at room temperature.
Watercycle Technologies Ltd, a UK a deep tech company focused on developing sustainable mineral extraction and water treatment systems, has, for the first time, recovered commercial grade lithium carbonate and near 100% pure graphite from Black Mass, a solid black powder containing a complex mixture of metals and impurities recovered from the recycling of end-of-life Lithium-ion batteries.
Paragraf, the only company in the world to mass produce graphene electronics using transfer-free graphene and standard semiconductor processes, has acquired Cardea Bio, the world’s leading producer of graphene-based biocompatible chips.
Over the past 20 years, numerous high-performance thermoelectric materials have been discovered. This has been done in the absence of effective devices to transform the energy they tend to generate into emission-free power, their promise has not been fulfilled yet.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) and Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology announced SUNY Poly’s purchase of a new tool that will enable various types of plasma processing, a process used to engineer material during the computer chip manufacturing process, without the need to change hardware systems
A new photocatalytic platform for the bulk production of hydrogen has been developed by a research group headed by Professor Taeghwan Hyeon at the Center for Nanoparticle Research within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) in Seoul, South Korea.
Integrated Graphene, which is pioneering the use of 3D graphene known as GiiTM to transform the human diagnostics and sustainable IoT sectors, is doubling its footprint to meet increased global demand for its Gii-based products and to scale up both R&D and production.
Auburn, MA – PI now offers new solutions for customers looking for power ultrasonic transducers, such as Langevin transducers. The focus is on high mechanical quality and low power consumption.