In an article published in PNAS, researchers introduced the magnetotactic bacteria (MTB) Mms6 proteins into a reverse micelle structure to create a nanoreactor that resembled a magnetosome.
An article published in Advanced Intelligent Systems discussed the fabrication methods and driving mechanisms of micro/nanorobots controlled by a magnetic field for biomedical applications.
In a paper published in the journal Synthetic Metals, strong thermal conduction and EMI shielding capabilities were achieved in a composite material through the vertical alignment of carbon fibers in a perpendicular magnetic field.
A new study focuses on the fabrication of air-stable semiconductive cobalt ferrite nanosheets with thicknesses as low as one unit cell through a simple chemical vapor deposition (CVD) technique
A general formula that can calculate the spin current induced by oscillating magnetic fields in magnetic materials and aid our understanding of novel spintronics functionality has been developed by researchers from Tokyo Tech and Chiba University.
Waste polyurethane foam may be used to produce highly effective electromagnetic interference shielding materials by covering the surface with carbon nanotubes and then hot pressing them.
Researchers discussed different wet chemical synthesis techniques for ferrimagnetic nanoparticle creation and their impact on the surface shape and magnetic characteristics.
The construction of micro/nanorobots employing helical carbon nanowire as a manufacturing material is the topic of a recent study.
Mn sites with atomic dispersion were inserted into N-doped carbon nanotubes (Mn-Nx/NCNT), and the developed material showed remarkable electromagnetic wave absorption capacity.
A recent study presents an extraordinary MR angiography nanoprobe, which is extremely useful for studying microvessels and vascular disorders.