Researchers investigated how the size and structure of Pd nanoparticles influence the H2 sensing capabilities of metal oxide semiconductor gas sensors.
Electrospinning has been used to create completely synthetic perovskite/polymer composite nanofibrous films suitable for perovskite solar cell applications.
A nanocomposite hydrogel has been shown to improve the delivery of osteoblast-derived extracellular vesicles for increased bone repair.
MXene was coupled with graphene oxide to manufacture a composite membrane as a high-performance nanofluid permeability generator for the generation of efficient osmotic power.
The evolution of MEMS-tuned metamaterials has been examined and evaluated using different kinds of actuation mechanisms.
For the evolution of self-powered adaptable wearable electronic equipment, a power source with long-term stability and flexibility is critical.
Researchers utilized magnetic nanorobots as movable immunoassay sensors to allow an approach for automatic and extremely effective ELISA analysis.
Researchers have successfully developed Ti3C2 MXene quantum dots treated with nitrogen and phosphorus using a simple approach.
Nanomaterials have the potential to improve the efficiency of biomass-based biofuel production, creating alternative energy sources.
University of Oregon (UO) chemist Carl Brozek’s lab has managed to create an adaptable kind of tiny porous material termed a metal-organic framework (MOF) into nanocrystals — a form that is much simpler to use outside the lab.
Researchers construct nanostructured MXene screens and prove its usage in high-performance osmotic power generation.
The prospect of using graphene epoxy as an effective agent to protect against corrosion has recently been explored.
Polymeric adhesives are critical for stabilizing diverse interactions in a wide range of industrial applications, spanning shipbuilding and construction to portable Internet-of-Things sensors.
The latest development including essential oils for coating food products and their effects on shelf-life have been reviewed by researchers.
The creation of unique sea urchin-like nanocrystals for effective catalysis of the oxygen reduction reaction in zinc-air batteries is the subject of a recent study.