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Report sheds new light on the spin dynamics of a material candidate for low-power devices.
by Joan Koka, Argonne National Laboratory
5.23.2017
10:39am
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The nanowires could be used to miniaturize many of the electronic components we use every day.
by University of Cambridge
5.23.2017
10:27am
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By introducing defects into the perfect surface of graphene on silicon carbide, researchers have increased the capacity of the material to store electrical charge. This result increases our knowledge of how this ultrathin material can be used.
by Karin Söderlund Leifler, Linköping University
5.23.2017
10:19am
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Scientists have developed a mathematical “face-recognition” method for identifying and discovering nanoporous materials based on their pore size.
by Nik Papageorgiou, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
5.23.2017
10:03am
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Researchers have developed a new therapy to treat atherosclerosis and prevent heart failure with a new biomedical polymer that reduces arterial plaque and inflammation in the cardiovascular system.
by American Associates Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
5.22.2017
12:13pm
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The sensor will be the first to simultaneously test for three types of hepatitis — A, B, and C — out of the five types that exist.
by National Physical Laboratory
5.22.2017
11:47am
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A research team has created the world’s thinnest hologram, paving the way towards the integration of 3D holography into everyday electronics like smart phones, computers, and TVs.
by Gosia Kaszubska, RMIT University
5.22.2017
11:15am
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Researchers have invented a device that detects inflammation in the lungs.
by Todd B. Bates, Rutgers University
5.22.2017
11:01am
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Self-organization makes for efficient separation.
by Weizmann Institute
5.22.2017
10:25am
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It is possible to enhance the ability of a common industrial catalyst to store oxygen just by stretching or compressing the catalyst a small amount, thereby improving its overall performance.
by Sarah Wishingrad, Stanford University
5.19.2017
11:16am
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Potential future key component for quantum computing.
by IBM
5.19.2017
11:05am
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The prototypes store three times the energy of lithium-ion batteries.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
5.19.2017
10:40am
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A small, thin square of an organic plastic that can detect disease markers in breath or toxins in a building’s air could soon be the basis of portable, disposable sensor devices.
by Liz Ahlberg Touchstone, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
5.19.2017
10:24am
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Building on an innovation designed for brain imaging in moving rats, a research team has designed a device for studies of human interaction, dementia, movement disorders, and more.
by Brookhaven National Laboratory
5.19.2017
9:55am
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A capacitor that's easy to make, less bulky, and less prone to interference consists of insulating boron nitride sandwiched between two graphene sheets.
by Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
5.18.2017
11:54am
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Nanoscale stretching or compressing significantly boosts the performance of ceria, a material widely used in catalytic converters and clean-energy technologies.
by Mark Shwartz, Stanford University
5.18.2017
11:03am
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The strongest yet hybrid silk fibers have been created by scientists using all renewable resources. Combining spider silk proteins with nanocellulose from wood, the process offers a low-cost and scalable way to make bioactive materials for a wide range...
by David Callahan, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
5.18.2017
10:31am
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The new optical metamaterial paves the way to ultrafast information transfer on the nanoscale.
by Lomonosov Moscow State University
5.18.2017
10:19am
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Tomorrow’s computers will run on light, and gold nanoparticle chains show much promise as light conductors. Now scientists have demonstrated how tiny spots of silver could markedly reduce energy consumption in light-based computation.
by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
5.18.2017
9:32am
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The finding could restore fertility and hormone production in women who have undergone cancer treatments and now have increased risks of infertility and hormone-based developmental issues.
by Kristin Samuelson, Northwestern University
5.17.2017
11:19am
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A new technique for energy dissipation in graphene nano-resonators.
by ICFO
5.17.2017
10:51am
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Conjugated polymers designed with a twist produce tiny, brightly fluorescent particles with broad applications.
by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
5.17.2017
10:25am
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The technology has already proved successful in treating certain cancers in mice. Researchers are now applying this nanotechnology to cure brain tumors, ovarian cancer, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer, and others.
by Millie Acebal, Florida International University
5.17.2017
10:13am
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Engineers have invented tiny structures inspired by butterfly wings that open the door to new solar cell technologies and other applications requiring precise manipulation of light.
by Australian National University
5.17.2017
9:49am
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A paper-thin, flexible device not only can generate energy from human motion, it can act as a loudspeaker and microphone as well.
by Michigan State University
5.16.2017
10:49am
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New technique charges up performance for silicon-containing battery anodes.
by Lois E. Yoksoulian, University of Illinois
5.16.2017
10:40am
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For the first time, researchers have demonstrated a way to deliver a drug to a tumor by attaching it to a blood cell. The innovation could let doctors target tumors with anticancer drugs that might otherwise damage healthy tissues.
by Eric Sorensen, Washington State University
5.16.2017
10:23am
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In the case of cancer treatment, to target specific tumors in the body, scientists have developed techniques where drug molecules are attached directly to the surface of a nanomaterial, such as graphene sheets.
by IBM
5.16.2017
10:16am
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Researchers have uncovered the exact mechanism that causes new solar cells to break down in air, paving the way for a solution.
by Hayley Dunning, Imperial College London
5.15.2017
12:32pm
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A research team’s findings may elucidate yet-unresolved questions about an unconventional superconductor’s emergent properties in the superconducting state.
by Siv Schwink, University of Illinois
5.15.2017
12:20pm
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Research has thrown new light on the use of miniaturized “heat engines” that could one day help power nanoscale machines like quantum computers.
by University of Manchester
5.15.2017
11:40am
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Researchers have developed a suitable material to allow brain cells to grow and form predictable circuits, which could lead to the development of prosthetics for the brain.
by Australian National University
5.15.2017
11:03am
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Research teams uncover extraordinary properties of the semiconductor material.
by National University of Singapore
5.15.2017
10:42am
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Researchers explore synthesis of a carbon nanobelt with potential applications in nanotechnology.
by Nagoya University
5.12.2017
12:27pm
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Prescription drugs have enabled millions of Americans with chronic medical conditions to live longer and more fulfilling lives, but many promising new drugs never make it to the human trials stage due to the potential for cardiac toxicity.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
5.12.2017
12:15pm
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