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Unusual nanoparticles could also benefit the quest to build a quantum computer.
To clarify the bonding retention of adsorbed gas molecules on graphene with and without electric field tuning, scientists monitored the time-dependent vdW interaction decay of adsorbed CO2 molecules on graphene at different electric fields.
Researchers have made a material with interlocked mineral layers that resembles nacre and is stronger and tougher than previous mimics.
Physicists succeed at engineering an optical mirror made of only a few hundred atoms. It is the lightest one in the world and even imaginable.
Researchers have used ultra-fast extreme ultraviolet lasers to measure the properties of materials more than 100 times thinner than a human red blood cell.
Scientists have developed a breakthrough technology to resolve a key problem that has prevented the introduction of novel drugs into clinical practice for decades.
The research team took a new approach by using the Josephson junctions to spatially resolve the supercurrent flow and to show that WTe2 does indeed appear to have hinge states and be a higher-order topological insulator.
The 200-micrometer gripers are controlled remotely, without electric wiring or pneumatic tubing, with green light delivered through the fibers - absorbed light energy is directly converted into the gripper jaws' action.
Researchers have shown that electromagnetic waves coupled to precisely engineered structures known as artificial ferromagnetic quasicrystals allow for more efficient information transmission and processing at the nanoscale. Their research also represents the first practical demonstration of Conway worms, a theoretical concept for the description of quasicrystals.
The work demonstrates the effectiveness of a design strategy that functionalizes a 2D material with an organic molecule.
Scientists quantify the forces that cause critical damage on a single bacterium E.coli under physiological conditions using two combined techniques: AFM nanoindentation and fluorescence imaging.
Nanoengineers detail the current approaches to COVID-19 vaccine development, and highlight how nanotechnology has enabled these advances.
Researchers developed ruthenium-loaded cerium dioxide nanocubes with rich oxygen vacancies to construct electrochemical sensing interface, which was used to detect Hg(II).
New research provides evidence of a highly unusual quantum state, a quantum spin liquid for potential use in the development of spintronic devices, quantum computers and other transformative quantum technologies.
Researchers synthesised carbon dots from human hair waste which can detect trace amounts of chloroform in water, a major by-product of water disinfection.
Researchers designed and fabricated a heterostructure comprising two layered transition metal dichalcogenides. Such a heterojunction enables multifunctional operation - as a highly-responsive, high-speed photodetector as well as a photovoltaic device with large open-circuit voltage.
The droplets exhibit dynamic functions such as fusion, fission, Janus-shape formation, and protein capture. Their technique is expected to be applicable to a wide variety of biomaterials, opening doors to many promising applications in materials design, drug delivery, and even artificial cell-like molecular systems.
Technology developments for 'nanogap electrodes' to purify various ultra-fine floating particles in the air and water. Scalable massive methodology control makes application in the environmental and medical sciences possible.
Researchers have invented a technology that can prevent lithium batteries from heating and failing.
Engineers discover the possibility of using pencils to draw bioelectronics on human skin.