Tag: nanoscale materials

Scientists turn single molecule clockwise or counterclockwise on demand (w/video)

Dec 22, 2022 (Nanowerk News) You can easily rotate a baseball in your hand by twisting your fingers. But you need inventive scientists with...

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Spin photonics to move forward with new anapole probe

Home > Press > Spin photonics to move forward with new anapole probe CREDIT by Fanfei Meng, Aiping Yang, Kang Du,...

Soft robotic microfinger enables interaction with insects through tactile sensing

Nov 10, 2022 (Nanowerk News) Humans have always been fascinated by scales different than theirs, from giant objects such as stars, planets and galaxies, to...

Semi-nonlinear etchless lithium niobate waveguide with bound states in the continuum

Home > Press > Semi-nonlinear etchless lithium niobate waveguide with bound states in the continuum Schematic of the BIC-based semi-nonlinear...

World Science Day for Peace and Development

We ‘re celebrating the World Science Day for Peace and Development today. On every 10 November the World Science Day for Peace and Development aims...

Tough-interface-enabled stretchable electronics using non-stretchable polymer semiconductors and conductors

Someya, T., Bao, Z. & Malliaras, G. G. The rise of plastic bioelectronics. Nature 540, 379–385 (2016).Article  CAS  ...

Immunological conversion of solid tumours using a bispecific nanobioconjugate for cancer immunotherapy

Demaria, O. et al. Harnessing innate immunity in cancer therapy. Nature 574, 45–56 (2019).Article  CAS  ...

Improving treatment of solid cancers by nanoconjugate-mediated immune conversion of tumour cells

Competing interests A.V. received a contract from Bristol Myers Squibb to...

Electrons zip along quantum highways in new material

6Te10, shown here in purple (tellurium), blue (bismuth) and green (manganese), can act as a magnetic topological insulator, conducting electrical...

New study introduces the best graphite films: The work by Distinguished Professor Feng Ding at UNIST has been published in the October 2022 issue...

Home > Press > New study introduces the best graphite films: The work by Distinguished Professor Feng Ding at UNIST has been published...

A Kavli prize at the interface

Self-assembled monolayers nicely link the history and the future of nanoscience and nanotechnology. ...

Faster and more efficient computer chips thanks to germanium

Nov 08, 2022 (Nanowerk News) Our current chip technology is largely based on silicon. Only in very special components a small amount of germanium is...

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