News - 21 Aug 2017
In arctic conditions, soldiering is extremely hard. Protective clothing can be heavy and can result in overheating and sweating upon exertion. In spite of wearing such gear, hands and feet can grow...
News - 17 Jul 2017
Scientists from the Swiss Nanoscience Institute and the University of Basel have carried out successive coupling of an extremely tiny quantum dot with a trumpet-shaped nanowire that is 1,000 times...
News - 30 Jun 2017
Over the past two decades, one dimensional nanomaterials such as nanotubes (NTs), nanobelts, nanowires (NWs) and nanorods (NRs) have become increasingly popular because of their shape dependent...
News - 14 Jun 2017
From the 1950s, considerable research and development initiatives have aimed to design a superconducting computer with the ability to perform high-speed computations without heat dissipation....
News - 17 May 2017
First-order-reversal-curve (FORC) measurements have become indispensable for characterizing interactions and coercivity distributions in a wide array of magnetic materials.
News - 11 May 2017
Science and art have come together to create a new fabrication method to print a nanoscale imaging probe onto the tip of a glass fibre as thin as a human hair.
The process combines speed with...
News - 11 May 2017
Rice University researchers recently discovered that excited electrons are capable of tunneling across a nanoscale insulator gap – going from one metallic conductor to another.
News - 10 May 2017
VSM for fast, convenient analysis of magnetic nanomaterial properties among products featured
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News - 20 Apr 2017
Researchers from Korea have developed highly flexible neural electrodes with the ability to reduce tissue damage but still transmit clear brain signals.
Electrodes positioned in the brain...
News - 19 Apr 2017
Researchers from Sandia National Laboratories have used pressure instead of chemicals to fabricate nanoparticles into nanowire-array structures, just like those that underlie the surfaces of...