Nanoscience News

01/17/2017

Rice to Host Visionary Kavli Meetings On Sensing

Halas, Smalley-Curl Institute will organize ‘Grand Challenges’ meetings

01/14/2017

Multiregional Brain On A Chip

Model allows researchers to study how diseases like schizophrenia impact different regions of the brain simultaneously

01/04/2017

The Future is Flat (For Lenses)

The research paves the way for cheaper and lighter cameras in everything from cell phones to medical devices.

01/02/2017

Building Better Batteries

For the first time, a team of Caltech and Carnegie Mellon researchers measured the strength of lithium metal at the nano- and microscale.

12/22/2016

Mimicking Biological Movements With Soft Robots

Tool makes it easier to design robots that can bend, twist.

12/16/2016

New Graphene-Based System Could Help Us ‘See’ Electrical Signaling in Heart and Nerve Cells

Berkeley-Stanford team creates a system to visualize faint electric fields.

11/22/2016

Major Advance in Solar Cells Made From Cheap, Easy-To-Use Perovskite

New technique sandwiches two types of perovskite into a single photovoltaic cell to improve efficiency.

11/14/2016

We Gather Here Today to Join Lasers and Anti-Lasers

Berkeley Lab scientists say marriage opens door to development of single device with exceptional range of optical capabilities

11/07/2016

Creating a Slippery Slope on the Surface of Medical Implants

Self-healing slippery coating applied on the surface of an implanted medical device protects against infectious biofilm formation.

10/25/2016

More Stable Qubits in Perfectly Normal Silicon

The stability of qubits could be maintained 100 times more effectively in silicon than in the semiconductor material gallium arsenide.

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