In a move towards more sustainable, eco-friendly energy production, researchers present an innovative approach to producing energy using MXenes, a material used in advanced nanogenerators.
Carbon nanodots (CDs) have been used to produce humidity sensors that have great sensitivity (5318%) at 94% relative humidity (RH) and exceptional long-term stability in the 11-94 percent RH range.
PI’s booth at the 2022 Semicon West will feature new high precision multi-axis motion systems for Wafer Inspection and Metrology along with high speed piezo mirror mounts for laser beam delivery and fast response focus scanners for surface metrology.
Levitated nanoparticles are considered useful tools having the ability to sense ultra-weak forces of chemical, biological, or mechanical origin and even for testing the basics of quantum physics.
Computers, tablets, pen drives, and many other electronic devices have non-volatile memory, which can keep data even after the power cut.
Researchers adopted a scalable, facile and safe reduction technique to obtain reduced graphene oxide (rGO) films by using Vitamin C (VC) for the reduction reaction.
A new study presents a novel approach to utilizing graphene oxide sheets, particularly for infrared-based camouflage applications.
Advances in microelectronics – also known as microchips or chips – have enabled fast, powerful, compact smartphones and laptops – electronic devices that were once, long ago, the stuff of science fiction.
To achieve TENGs with exceptional performance, the development of polytetrafluoroethylene films incorporated with graphene nanosheets utilizing micro-injection molding equipment was reported in new research.
A review paper published in the journal Biosensors and Bioelectronics examined outstanding nanomaterial-based bioelectronic systems such as bio-memory, biological logic gates, and biological systems-based-processors.