Article - 26 Nov 2003
Cornell University researchers have built the worlds smallest playable guitar. The nanoguitar has silicon bars for 'strings'. The strings are 150 by 200 nanometres in cross-section and range from 6 to...
News - 4 Jul 2013
A layer of graphene can reduce the working temperature in hotspots inside a processor by up to 25 percent – which can significantly extend the working life of computers and other electronics. An...
News - 10 Apr 2013
Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation, a leading developer of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutics, announced the results of its Phase I clinical trial with TKM-PLK1, an RNAi therapeutic for the...
Article - 26 Sep 2017
The decoding process by which any cell within the body translates our genetic material, DNA, into functional proteins to carry out important biological tasks, is known as translation.
Article - 23 Sep 2003
There is no other element in the periodic table bonding to itself in a drawn-out network with the robustness of the carbon-carbon bond.
Article - 16 Oct 2013
The next generation of energy storage has been developed using graphene to create supercapacitors that could be used for renewable energy storage.
Article - 19 Jun 2013
The University of Manchester is well-known as the place where graphene was invented - now it has stepped into the commercial realm with 2-DTech, a new spin-out aiming to commercialize high quality...
Article - 11 Jun 2013
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a testing platform for solar-driven electrochemical systems using microfluidics, which allows small-scale screening of anode and...
Article - 17 May 2012
Obtaining surface maps of elastic modulus and hardness has been a persistent goal of the nanoindentation community.
Article - 6 May 2005
The use of techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy, Scanning Tunnelling Micrscopy and Ellipsometry have allowed the characterization of azurin molecules in air self-assembled on gold. Evidence also...