Nanotechnology Now Recent News The most recent news stories from Nanotechnology Now en-us Copyright (c) 2007 Nanotechnology Now. All rights reserved. Fri, 06 Aug 2021 23:40:33 PST Nanotechnology Now 250 49 The most recent news stories from Nanotechnology Now A universal intercalation strategy for high-stable perovskite photovoltaics: Researchers at Kanazawa University demonstrate that the use of CsI intercalation technology greatly passivate defects, subsequently improve device performance. This technology may encourage a more widesp A team of scientists led by the Nanomaterials Research Institute at Kanazawa University have demonstrated that the stability and efficiency of certain solar panels can be greatly enhanced by using ces... PST Astonishing diversity: Semiconductor nanoparticles form numerous structures The structure adopted by lead sulphide nanoparticles changes surprisingly often as they assemble to form ordered superlattices. This is revealed by an experimental study that has been conducted at DES... PST Quantum computing enables unprecedented materials science simulations: Multi-institutional team provides a foundation for unraveling the mysteries of magnetic materials The Science Researchers have for the first time used a quantum computer to generate accurate results from materials science simulations that can be verified with practical techniques. The team used a... PST Verizon and Zurich Instruments join Q-NEXT national quantum science center Q-NEXT has added two new corporate partners to its collaboration: Verizon and Zurich Instruments USA, Inc. PST Mixing a cocktail of topology and magnetism for future electronics: Joining topological insulators with magnetic materials for energy-efficient electronics A new Monash review throws the spotlight on recent research in heterostructures of topological insulators and magnetic materials. PST Controlling chaos in liquid crystals, gaining precision in autonomous technologies Small defects within liquid crystals have the potential to host chemical reactions or to transport cargo, making them a potential candidate for exciting new technologies, like synthetic platforms for... PST NIST’s quantum crystal could be a new dark matter sensor Peer-Reviewed Publication Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have linked together, or “entangled,” the mechanical motion and electronic properties of a tiny blue crystal, giving it a quantu... PST Breathing new life into fuel cells The demand for clean energy has never been higher, and it has created a global race to develop new technologies as alternatives to fossil fuels. Among the most tantalizing of these green energy techno... PST Non-linear effects in coupled optical microcavities Scientists from the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw demonstrated exciton-polariton lasing and parametric scattering of exciton-polaritons in a system of coupled optical microcavities. T... PST Graphene nanotubes revolutionize touch screen use for prosthetic hands <BR><BR> The use of graphene nanotubes in fingerstalls made of electrically conductive silicones allowed young scientists from Motorica to make functional prosthetic hands that can interact with touc... PST Innovations in dentistry: Navigational surgery, robotics, and nanotechnology When it comes to cutting-edge tech in dentistry, it’s all about nanotechnology. Shannon Sommers and Alicia Webb explain the basics and what these exciting new developments could mean for your practice... Fri, 02 Oct 2020 22:18:38 PST Nano-diamond self-charging batteries could disrupt energy as we know it California company NDB says its nano-diamond batteries will absolutely upend the energy equation, acting like tiny nuclear generators. They will blow any energy density comparison out of the water, la... Tue, 25 Aug 2020 17:13:59 PST Graphene ink may be used to fight coronavirus Zen Graphene Solutions (TSXV: ZEN) announced that it has launched an international collaboration with UK-based Graphene Composites to fight the covid-19 pandemic. The initiative involves the develo... Fri, 01 May 2020 20:53:09 PST Carbon nanotubes forecast when vegetables spoil and buds bloom This is where the CNTs come in. Single-walled CNTs have several attributes that make them well-suited for sensing processes that involve the transfer of electrons – the basis of any chemical reaction... Thu, 02 Apr 2020 14:35:12 PST A Carbon Nanotube Microprocessor Mature Enough to Say Hello: Three new breakthroughs make commercial nanotube processors possible Engineers at MIT and Analog Devices have created the first fully-programmable 16-bit carbon nanotube microprocessor. It’s the most complex integration of carbon nanotube-based CMOS logic so far, with... Mon, 02 Mar 2020 09:14:56 PST NIOSH requests data to help develop exposure limits for nanomaterials NIOSH is seeking scientific information regarding the dangers or safety of engineered nanomaterials as the agency explores the development of occupational exposure limits. ENMs are chemical substan... Sat, 01 Feb 2020 13:09:06 PST What if the Universe has no end? The Big Bang is widely accepted as being the beginning of everything we see around us, but other theories that are gathering support among scientists are suggesting otherwise Perhaps the Big Bang was more of a “Big Bounce”, a turning point in an ongoing cycle of contraction and expansion. Or, it could be more like a point of reflection, with a mirror image of our universe... Sat, 25 Jan 2020 09:19:08 PST Nanoparticles Inside Samples of Mucus to Measure COPD Development Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have now used special nanoparticles to test the mucus of COPD patients, which may be an excellent biomarker for COPD progression. Fri, 04 Oct 2019 19:36:57 PST Journal Nanotechnology Progress International (JONPI), volume 7, issue 1 out This issue is a special edition covering the African-nano-conference of Focus Nanotechnologyy Africa-US-EU-Africa-Asia and Caribbean Academy of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (FONAI-USEACANN) at Shera... Mon, 16 Sep 2019 17:11:18 PST This new nanotech could help clean up Earth’s microplastics Now, scientists have designed reusable nano-sized reactors — called nanocoils — that can trigger microplastic breakdown. The work, published Wednesday in the journal Matter, could someday be applied t... Sat, 03 Aug 2019 13:51:04 PST 风韵多水的老熟妇_无码免费不卡AV手机在线观看_大黄网站