Novel solid-state nanomaterial platform enables terahertz photonics

Novel solid-state nanomaterial platform enables terahertz photonics


March 27, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) Compact, sensitive and fast nanodetectors are considered to be somewhat of a “Holy Grail” sought by many researchers around the […]

Researchers test radiation-resistant spintronic material

Researchers test radiation-resistant spintronic material


March 27, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) A team of researchers from the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University is exploring new materials that could yield […]

Microelectronics for Ultra-HD cameras: smaller, faster, more economical

Microelectronics for Ultra-HD cameras: smaller, faster, more economical


March 26, 2015    Fraunhofer Mikroelektronik

Fantastic picture sharpness, detailed depth of field, and brilliant colors – that’s the promise that comes with the “television of the future” […]

Physicists observe motion of skyrmions

Physicists observe motion of skyrmions


March 25, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) Small magnetic whirls may revolutionize future data storage and information processing if they can be moved rapidly and reliably in […]

Penta-graphene, a new structural variant of carbon, discovered

Penta-graphene, a new structural variant of carbon, discovered


March 25, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University and universities in China and Japan have discovered a new structural variant of carbon called […]

Artificial blood vessels

Artificial blood vessels


March 24, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) By combining micro-imprinting and electro-spinning techniques, researchers at Shanghai University’s Rapid Manufacturing Engineering Center have developed a vascular graft composed […]

Engineers use disorder to control light on a nanoscale

Engineers use disorder to control light on a nanoscale


March 24, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) A breakthrough by a team of researchers from UCLA, Columbia University and other institutions could lead to the more precise […]

Worms lead way to test nanoparticle toxicity

Worms lead way to test nanoparticle toxicity


March 23, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) The lowly roundworm is the star of an ambitious Rice University project to measure the toxicity of nanoparticles. The low-cost, […]

Wrinkle predictions

Wrinkle predictions


March 23, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) As a grape slowly dries and shrivels, its surface creases, ultimately taking on the wrinkled form of a raisin. Similar […]

Microscopic monitoring may yield advances in production of products, pharmaceuticals

Microscopic monitoring may yield advances in production of products, pharmaceuticals


March 20, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) A team of NYU physicists has developed a method to monitor the properties of microscopic particles as they grow within […]

A molecular sensor for ‘crowd control’ in cells

A molecular sensor for ‘crowd control’ in cells


March 20, 2015    Nanowerk

(Nanowerk News) University of Groningen scientists have developed a molecular sensor to measure ‘crowding’ in cells, which reflects the concentration of macromolecules […]

Innovative nondestructive testing methods moving towards standardization

Innovative nondestructive testing methods moving towards standardization


March 19, 2015    Fraunhofer Mikroelektronik

Even the finest cracks, cavities, or inclusions in a material could mean costly hazards. Nondestructive materials tests can find these flaws, which […]

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