A group of scientists from Nagoya University in Japan used a novel combination of technologies to investigate the principles of light–matter interaction in nanomaterials at the lowest and fastest levels.
The challenge of fabricating nanowires directly on silicon substrates for the creation of the next generation of electronics has finally been solved by researchers from Tokyo Tech. Next-generation spintronics will lead to better memory storage mechanisms in computers, making them faster and more efficient.
The detection of electrocatalytic reactions on single nanoparticles (NPs) by the nanoconfinement-amplified current has been made possible by single-NP collisions.
MIT.nano has announced that UpNano US Inc., a company that manufactures and supplies high-precision and high-resolution 3D printing instruments for academia and industry, has joined the MIT.nano Consortium. This engageme...
In an article published in Scientific Reports, researchers presented the potentiostatic deposition used to electrodeposit nickel (Ni) and nickel-graphene (Ni-G) films on copper substrates.
Nanotechnology-based drug delivery research has emerged as a field of interest in biomedicine that is expected to elicit therapeutic benefits.
In an article published in Nature Nanotechnology, researchers presented single fibers and bundles with vast and powerful contractive actuation inspired by mammalian skeletal muscle.
On a frequent basis, thermally insulating properties have been exhibited by plant-derived materials like cellulose. A new material created from nanoscale cellulose fibers displays reverse and high thermal conductivity.
As the world becomes more technology-driven than ever, there is an increasing demand for better and quicker electronics and computers. Spintronics is a new innovation that encodes data using an electron’s spin as well as its charge state, thereby making the whole system faster and more efficient.
Molybdenum ditelluride (MoTe2) is a popular transition metallic dichalcogenide owing to its heterogeneous character, which includes metallic, semiconducting, and topological states.
An article accepted for publication in the journal Advanced Materials reports the production of liquid-only reconfigurable electronics using the self-assembly of two-dimensional titanium carbide MXene nanostructures.
A recent study published in the journal Nano Letters examines graphene's viability as a conducting neural surface capable of promoting cellular adhesion, nerve branching, and expansion.
The precise arrangement of nanoparticles on arbitrary surfaces is highly desirable for leveraging their distinct properties in the preparation of highly functional nanoscale devices. However, realizing such surfaces is challenging.
In an article published in Nature Communications, researchers achieved the strongest light-matter interaction in a small silicon membrane by incorporating topology optimization into measured fabrication constraints.
Researchers from the Université de Montréal in Canada have created and verified a new class of DNA-based drug transporters that are 20,000 times smaller than a human hair and could enhance the treatment of cancer and other diseases.