Since its isolation in 2004, graphene has received widespread attention as a "wonder" material, with the reported potential to enable a whole host of next-generation technologies, some of which would not be out of place in the latest sci-fi blockbuster.
NanoXplore Inc., a prominent graphene company, achieved graphite exfoliation with the successful development of a new dry graphene manufacturing process.
Recent research published in Opto-Electronic Science provides a comprehensive review of the fundamentals and applications of optically trapped optical nanoparticles.
Recently, a multinational team, including researchers from EPFL, devised a protocol facilitating a molecular network equipped with multiple transmitters.
The Gothenburg based company ConScience AB has together with partners been funded two grants totaling 10MSEK for developing advanced nanofluidic imaging technology and neuromorphic computing.
Xin-Wen Zhou, from the College of Materials and Chemical Engineering at China Three Gorges University, spearheaded the research that explored a straightforward method to synthesize a range of PdFe/Cu catalysts through a step-by-step reduction process that includes surface reconstruction.
The IBEC is poised to take charge of coordinating the PHOTOTHERAPORT project, which is slated for development with financial support from the European Innovation Council's Pathfinder Open program.
The Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT, led by President Kim Byung-suk) has created a material for essential components designed to environmentally and effectively absorb fine dust precursors.
Proteins that aggregate into clumps are common culprits in challenging-to-treat conditions like ALS, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson's. Investigating how these proteins interact has historically been a complex task.
Venous abnormalities, comprising tissues primarily composed of abnormally shaped veins, can pose significant challenges for treatment, particularly when situated in sensitive areas such as the eyes, face, and genitourinary organs.
In an innovative exploration into the microscopic world of living cells, scientists have pioneered a technique that may revolutionize our understanding of how cells respond to external mechanical pressures.
There was a widespread belief in the invincibility against bacterial diseases, all thanks to antibiotics. Despite the easy availability of antibiotic treatments, countless lives are lost to invisible pathogens. The challenge of creating drugs capable of fighting resistant bacterial strains has not kept up with the rapid spread of resistance.
A new grant will support scientists in investigating how nanoparticles interact with the immune system and cancer so that new drug delivery systems can be developed.
A study team has for the first time directly measured the Kondo effect, which determines the behavior of magnetic atoms surrounded by a sea of electrons, in “Nature Physics.” The effect of one-dimensional wires floating over graphene is revealed in new studies made with a scanning tunneling microscope.
One of the deadliest tumors that affect people is pancreatic cancer. In the Western world, it ranks as the fourth most common cause of cancer-related fatalities. Since the disease frequently progresses in its early stages without symptoms, diagnosis occurs much later.