Nanoscience News

04/19/2018

Asimow Group Breaks New Ground on Quasicrystal Synthesis

Paul Asimow and his research group examine the properties of exotic solids known as quasicrystals via high-impact shock recovery experiments.​

04/18/2018

Breakthrough Made in Atomically Thin Magnets

Cornell researchers have become the first to control atomically thin magnets with an electric field.​

03/30/2018

Majorana Trilogy Completed

Scientists provide a complete toolbox for the final proof of Majorana existence, paving the way towards Majorana quantum bits.​

03/27/2018

Drawing Inspiration from Plants and Animals to Restore Tissue

Nanofiber dressings heal wounds, promote regeneration.​

03/27/2018

In Field Tests, Device Harvests Water from Desert Air

MIT-developed system could provide drinking water even in extremely arid locations.​

03/21/2018

Novel Semiconductor-Superconductor Structure Features Versatile Gallium Nitride

Applications could include ultrafast wireless communications, high-voltage switches and high-intensity lighting and photonics.​

03/14/2018

Towards a Better Catalyst

Platform optimizes the design of new, tunable catalytic systems.​

03/08/2018

Researchers Sew Atomic Lattices Seamlessly Together

The technique creates create atomically thin fabrics that may have applications in the electronics industry.​

03/07/2018

Chemical Sleuthing Unravels Possible Path to the Formation of Life’s Building Blocks in Space

Experiments at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source reveal how a hydrocarbon called pyrene could form near stars.​

Experiments at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source reveal how a hydrocarbon called pyrene could form near stars.​

02/23/2018

Loops, Loops, and More Loops: This is how your DNA gets organised

For the first time, researchers have witnessed the process of a protein complex packaging DNA into chromosomes prior to cell division.

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