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Introducing Holes into Graphene Could Enable Its Use in Spintronics Applications

Introducing Holes into Graphene Could Enable Its Use in Spintronics Applications

Machine-Learning Research Offers Insight into Molecular Cages’ Energy-Saving Potential

Machine-Learning Research Offers Insight into Molecular Cages’ Energy-Saving Potential

Researchers Develop Low-Energy and Omnidirectional Nanoscale Laser

Researchers Develop Low-Energy and Omnidirectional Nanoscale Laser

Newly Developed Nanoparticles Could Help Treat Prostate Cancer

Newly Developed Nanoparticles Could Help Treat Prostate Cancer

Graphene Utilized to Make Hiking Boots for the First Time Ever

Graphene Utilized to Make Hiking Boots for the First Time Ever

Optimizing Drug Delivery Using Electrospun Polymeric Nanofibers

Optimizing Drug Delivery Using Electrospun Polymeric Nanofibers

New Study Offers Interesting and Unforeseen Findings on Collagen Fibrils

New Study Offers Interesting and Unforeseen Findings on Collagen Fibrils

Energetic Properties of Colloids in Spinning Magnetic Field

Energetic Properties of Colloids in Spinning Magnetic Field

Oxford Instruments participates in the launch of the European Quantum Technology Flagship Programme ‘QMiCS’

Oxford Instruments participates in the launch of the European Quantum Technology Flagship Programme ‘QMiCS’

Controlling Transport of Nanomaterial Across Cell Membrane by Tuning Membrane Tension

Controlling Transport of Nanomaterial Across Cell Membrane by Tuning Membrane Tension

Novel Technique Drastically Improves the Resolution of Light Microscope

Novel Technique Drastically Improves the Resolution of Light Microscope

Cutting Graphene into Smaller Fragments to Build Beneficial Nanostructures

Cutting Graphene into Smaller Fragments to Build Beneficial Nanostructures

Optimised Zeta Potential Measurement in Organic & Aqueous Media

Optimised Zeta Potential Measurement in Organic & Aqueous Media

Cryo-Electron Microscopy Reveals Higher Radiation Tolerance of Proteins

Cryo-Electron Microscopy Reveals Higher Radiation Tolerance of Proteins

Using Nanowire Memristor to Artificially Emulate Biological Synapses of the Human Brain

Using Nanowire Memristor to Artificially Emulate Biological Synapses of the Human Brain

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