The leading UK-based nanomaterials innovator Quantum Science has launched INFIQ® lead-free (LF) – quantum dot (QD), a quantum dot technology that is lead-free, and continues to push the boundaries of what sustainable nanotechnology can accomplish.
Gated bilayer graphene with a tunable band gap was characterized by finite-bias transport spectroscopy and temperature-activated transport measurements.
Researchers address CdS/SnS solar cells' poor performance problem by enlisting the plasmonic effect of silver and gold nanoparticles.
As allies, the GenTech and Conquer union creates a global force, offering a robust service network with unmatched resources and an unparalleled inventory of refurbished analytical instruments.
PI Ceramic, a global leader in the design and production of ultrasonic transducers, piezoelectric actuators and electro-ceramic mechanisms, offers a line of standard-size and miniaturized transducers for ultrasonic applications.
Tetrahedron-shaped nanoparticles are known to be highly interesting by themselves under the perfect circumstances. An exceptional breakthrough has been made by the researchers of Rice University.
A new study detailing the development of a corn biomass-based carbon framework and a green cross-linking binder for a silicon-based electrode in lithium-ion batteries.
Researchers have sought to control contact impedance, basing structures on contact area and skin properties. Recently, scientists have developed dry electrodes with ordered micronanopillar arrays for dynamic electrocardiogram (ECG) surface monitoring.
An enhanced version of graphene electronic tattoos has been developed, kickstarting a new phase for healthcare electronics and monitoring.
Developing lightweight and robust smart textiles is an emerging need to meet the demand for skin-conformable wearable devices. Designing wearable devices inspired by muscle fibers could serve as valuable contributions to next-generation electronics.