Rice University has been granted $4.1 million to enhance carbon nanotube (CNT) synthesis, a critical component in the transition to green energy.
Researchers at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology have created a miniature robotic muscle substance that breaks through brick walls.
Scientists searching for lithium-ion battery substitutes have shifted their focus to potassium-ion batteries.
Tokyo Metropolitan University researchers used boron-nitride nanotubes to create a variety of novel single-walled transition metal dichalcogenide (TMD) nanotubes with varying compositions, chirality, and diameters.
The World Nano Foundation, a globally recognized not-for-profit membership organization at the forefront of nanoscale technology advancement, is thrilled to announce the release of their latest white paper, "Unleashing the Potential of Nanotechnology for Superior Energy Storage and Solar Conversion Solutions."
An interdisciplinary research group from Bochum, Duisburg, and Zurich has come up with a new method to build modular optical sensors which have the potential of detecting bacteria and viruses.
Due to the discharge of industrial wastewater and the misuse of agricultural fertilizers, the negative consequences of excess nitrate in water on human productivity and lives have drawn more attention.
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are innovative nanomaterials with potential applications across several fields. However, we do not fully know the risk they pose to humans, and studies have shown that multiwalled CNTs trigger an immune response in mice.
Owing to the global trend of utilizing electric vehicles, there has been a surge in demand for next-generation secondary batteries with higher capacity and faster charging than the lithium-ion batteries currently in use.
Semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes (s-SWCNTs) are being utilized to create a third generation of optimized shortwave infrared photodetectors, which will enhance pixel size, weight, power consumption, performance, and cost over previous photodetectors.