News - 5 Mar 2020
Graphene was discovered in 2004 and since that time, researchers have looked at many different ways to put this atomically thin and gifted two-dimensional (2D) material to work.
News - 11 Feb 2020
Electronic cloth and wearable tech could be the path forward. However, to reach there, it is essential for the wiring to be flexible, strong, and efficient.
Researchers have discovered that a...
News - 21 Oct 2019
Ultrasensitive nanoscale optical probes have been created by scientists from UC Santa Cruz, to observe the bioelectric activity of neurons and other excitable cells.
This innovative readout...
News - 22 Aug 2019
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Once again graphene has turned the heads of researchers, this time in the world of computing. According to scientists, recent developments have led to...
News - 16 Aug 2019
Wearing a smartwatch no longer makes one look cool. This trend has long gone and the wearable biotech sector has recently publicized its ravenous hunger for futuristic products. Vital sign monitoring...
News - 30 Jul 2019
In the most recent paper from the Geobacter Lab headed by Derek Lovley, a microbiologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, he and his teammates have reported “a major advance” in...
News - 27 Jun 2019
Apart from speeding up computers, nanowires have the potential to make solar cells more efficient and LEDs more colorful. That is, if the extremely small semiconductors are able to transform electric...
News - 9 May 2019
A graphene-based high-performance transmission line with enhanced operating speed of electrons compared to using the existing metal in high frequency has been developed by the DGIST Department of...
News - 27 Mar 2019
Silver, gold and copper nanowires are leading contenders for next-generation nanoscale devices, however greater understanding of how they work and improved production methods are needed before they...
News - 6 Mar 2019
For the first time, scientists have proved a new method to carry out functions vital to future computation three orders of magnitude faster than existing commercial devices. The team headed by...