News - 1 Apr 2020
One nanotube could be great for electronics applications, but there is new evidence that two could be tops.
Rice University engineers already knew that size matters when using single-walled carbon...
News - 25 Mar 2020
DNA cancer markers passing through the blood or serum of a patient can potentially be detected through graphene-based biosensors, which could usher in a period of liquid biopsy. Conversely, plenty of...
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 - 20 Jan 2020
For the first time, researchers have successfully captured and imaged the bonding between atoms with the help of sophisticated microscopy techniques. The team has effectively captured a moment of...
News - 16 Dec 2019
Researchers have successfully developed a certain type of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) that have 90% selectivity, and have widened the present theory describing the synthesis of these potential...
News - 13 Nov 2019
A research team has been working to create engineered magnetic nanostructures and to customize the properties of materials at the nanoscale. The team includes physicists from Helmholtz-Zentrum...
News - 30 Jul 2019
A circle can be said to be less stable than a jagged loop, but this would be true apparently when one is referring to carbon nanotubes.
Now, theoretical researchers at Rice University have...
News - 22 Apr 2019
At Tokyo Metropolitan University, scientists have successfully created nanowires of transition metal monochalcogenide (TMM) using carbon nanotube templates.
These nanowires measure just three...
News - 15 Nov 2018
Tokyo Tech researchers have been successful in developing protein nanotubes from tiny scaffolds formed through the cross-linking of engineered protein crystals. The feat could speed up the creation of...
News - 7 Sep 2018
Physicists at the University of Bath have discovered how to manipulate and control individual molecules for a millionth of a billionth of a second, after being intrigued by some seemingly odd results....