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 - 28 Feb 2020
Unlock new applications, maximise system value and gain greater control over experimental set-up with the ProteoxTM system from Oxford Instruments. A new innovation from the pioneers in dilution...
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 - 9 Jan 2020
Directional antennas are devices that transform electrical signals into radio waves, radiating them in a specific direction. This principle, which enables reduced interference and improved...
News - 10 Jul 2019
Solar energy harvested by semiconductors—materials whose electrical resistance is in between that of regular metals and insulators—can trigger surface electrochemical reactions to generate...
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 - 12 Apr 2019
It is possible to obtain graphene from graphite. However, what about borophene? There does not exist anything called borite.
In contrast to its carbon counterpart, two-dimensional borophene...
News - 23 Jul 2018
The next big progress in digital storage, computer memory, and other electronics is going to be in the form of spins of independent electrons.
The exploitation of electron spin - the phenomenon...
News - 11 Jul 2018
Cooling a wire to an extremely low temperature results in a breathtaking phenomenon where the electrons in charge of carrying the electrical current become paired and can flow endlessly without...
News - 24 May 2018
The conventional techniques and materials used for fabricating advanced integrated circuits are heading toward, or have likely already reached, their utmost physical restrictions with respect to the...