Article - 11 Sep 2020
The control of light by a newly developed system of nanoantennas could have important applications in fields as diverse as quantum computing and medicine.
Article - 8 Sep 2020
Red bricks are commonly used for constructing buildings but are seldom utilized elsewhere. A research team at Washington University in St. Louis, US, has designed “smart bricks”, which can store...
Article - 2 Sep 2020
It is often essential to work under high- or ultra-high vacuum (HV/UHV) to gain a fundamental understanding of these materials.
Article - 25 Aug 2020
A growing demand for smart fabrics in different fields that not only serves traditional requirements of protection, safety, fashion, and convenience but also can adjust themselves according to the...
Article - 24 Aug 2020
AIM Altitude, Composites Evolution and Sheffield Hallam University have been working collaboratively to develop a new nanocomposite prepreg material for aircraft interiors.
Article - 21 Aug 2020
Transmission Electron Microscopy, or TEM, is a microscopy technique that uses a beam of electrons instead of light to form the image.
Article - 18 Aug 2020
Recent research has shown how the efficiency and lifetime of LEDs can be dramatically improved without sacrificing bulk by inserting a single layer of nanoparticles between the LED chip and glass or...
Article - 28 Jul 2020
EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow, Dr Ishara Dharmasena, speaks to AZoNano about their groundbreaking triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) technology that has the potential to convert our movements into...
Article - 21 Jul 2020
A team of researchers from the Queensland University of Technology, alongside those at Griffith University, has established a new way of producing carbon nanotubes from human hair waste for use in...
Article - 13 Jul 2020
Spinning a magnetic property of electrons and other fundamental particles promises to play an essential role in the future of data storage and transmission. Two new pieces of spintronics research...