News - 15 Jul 2020
A research proposal submitted by the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) and Nuclear Science and Technology (NST) Department at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National...
News - 10 Jul 2020
A research proposal submitted by the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) and Nuclear Science and Technology (NST) Department at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National...
News - 7 Jul 2020
The rapid development of renewable energy resources has triggered tremendous demands in large-scale, cost-efficient and high-energy-density stationary energy storage systems.
Lithium ion batteries...
News - 12 Jun 2020
NUS Chemists have developed a new type of molecular computing device that acts both as a switch and storage element for nanoelectronic applications.
The figure shows the molecular junction with...
News - 11 Jun 2020
For the first time, FLEET researchers at UNSW, Sydney show the synthesis of ultra-thin graphitic materials at room temperature using organic fuels (which can be as simple as basic alcohols such as...
News - 5 Jun 2020
The explosion of mobile electronic devices, electric vehicles, drones and other technologies have driven demand for new lightweight materials that can provide the power to operate them. Researchers...
News - 4 Jun 2020
The Asylum SCM module can be used on both conventional semiconductor materials as well as other advanced materials where SCM has not traditionally been used. (Top) The unique capability to...
News - 13 Mar 2020
Ten years ago, researchers at Drexel University had created the first-ever sample of a group of nanomaterials, known as MXenes. Today, these materials are being extensively studied.
News - 13 Mar 2020
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Global Graphene Group (G3) announces the consolidation of Angstron Energy Company (AEC) into Honeycomb Battery Company (HBC), effective February 28,...
News - 11 Mar 2020
For over ten years, two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials, like graphene, have been hyped as crucial materials for making improved antennas, batteries, microchips, and a host of other devices.