News - 1 Apr 2020
Deep inside computer chips, tiny wires made of gold and other conductive metals carry the electricity used to process data.
But as these interconnected circuits shrink to nanoscale, engineers worry...
News - 31 Mar 2020
The world’s first color photograph seemed like a palette of colors on a silver plate. The photo was taken in 1848 by Edmond Becquerel, a French physicist. The process he followed was empirical,...
News - 25 Mar 2020
Innovative biomaterials could soon be produced using magnetic bacteria. Headed by Professor Dr Dirk Schüler, a group of microbiologists at the University of Bayreuth has created a new, modular...
News - 13 Mar 2020
Robust tools have been designed by researchers at EPFL to unravel the diversity of amyloid fibrils that are linked to Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders.
News - 6 Mar 2020
Recently published research from scientists at Queen Mary University of London and GlaxoSmithKline demonstrates the complex nature of nanoscale adhesion mechanisms between polymeric biomaterials and...
News - 5 Mar 2020
Contemporary society may not realize that it is working closer to the nanoscale. Advances and breakthroughs in creating and exploiting nanostructures have resulted in technological improvements that...
News - 2 Mar 2020
At the Far Eastern Federal University Military training center (FEFU, Vladivostok, Russia), engineers collaborated with their colleagues from RUDN University to create a concrete mixture with nano...
News - 13 Feb 2020
Nanoparticles have the ability to make their way easily into cells. For the first time, high-resolution 3D microscopy images from BESSY II offer new insights about their distribution and...
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 - 10 Feb 2020
At the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), researchers have demonstrated that sub-nanoscale copper oxide particles are more potent catalysts compared to those on the nanoscale.