Not-for-profit EngineeringUK has today announced it’s entering a new strategy period – which will set the direction of the organisation over the next 5 years.
Remote epitaxy, a promising technology for thin film growth and exfoliation, suffers from substrate damage under harsh conditions. In this regard, researchers recently investigated the effect of nano-sized pits on AlN template surface on GaN remote epitaxy.
The droplets are composed of a mixture of platinum and germanium and move on a heated substrate in the direction of the heat source.
An international research team headed by Dr. Johannes Karges of the Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, has developed nanoparticles that accumulate in cancer cells and eliminate them after being photoactivated.
Researchers at Karolinska Institute have developed a novel method using DNA nanoballs to detect pathogens, aiming to simplify nucleic acid testing and revolutionize pathogen detection.
Vanderbilt researchers have developed a way to more quickly and precisely trap nanoscale objects such as potentially cancerous extracellular vesicles using cutting-edge plasmonic nanotweezers.
In living organisms, cells have a very high capacity to process and communicate information by moving molecules or ions through tiny channels that span the cell membrane.
A team of researchers from the Ultramicroscopy Research Group at Trinity has recently completed the installation of a world-first UAP transmission electron microscope lens.
A recent UNSW-led paper published in Nature Communications presents an exciting new way to listen to avalanches of atoms in crystals.
‘Trimming’ the edge-states of a topological insulator yields a new class of material featuring unconventional ‘two way’ edge transport in a new theoretical study from Monash University, Australia.