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.
Researchers at RIKEN have successfully smuggled genetic material into the plant cells that produce energy, which makes it possible to induce plants to produce compounds that are beneficial for the industry.
In the field of molecular magnetism, the design of devices with technological applications at the nanoscale -;quantum computing, molecular spintronics, magnetic cooling, nanomedicine, high-density information storage, etc.-; requires those magnetic molecules that are placed on the surface to preserve their structure, functionality and properties.
In an article published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, researchers demonstrated the creation of higher-order artificial oxide heterostructure based on various materials and symmetries.
Two-dimensional (2D) graphene-based nanomaterials have demonstrated tremendous prospects in biomedical applications owing to their unique physicochemical properties.
FDA-approved iron oxide nanocrystals (IONs) as negative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agents are experiencing obstacles due to their low relaxation rate and coherent ferromagnetism.
Florida Atlantic University has received a $599,503 grant from the United States Department of Defense for a powerful high resolution imaging technique that can reveal nanoscale structures.
The vacuum chamber in the right photo is called CARME (CRYRING Array for Reaction MEasurements). It is a UKRI STFC funded project (ISOL-SRS, PI Prof. PJ Woods, University of Edinburgh), which was vacuum commissioned by the AsTEC division in STFC Daresbury Laboratory (UK), reaching 5E-12 mbar with an empty vessel except for pumps and 8 x 78 way and 2 x 78 way Allectra Sub-D connector flanges fitted.
A recent study published in MRS Advances presented ferroelastic twins captured via Bragg coherent diffractive imaging (BCDI) in barium hexaferrite BaFe12O19 (BHF) individual nanocrystal.
A study published in Nano Research presented a straightforward method for porous carbon preparation, utilizing small organic molecules as precursors.