Biosensors using natural and artificial antibodies show different responses. Both systems are tracked with pico-newton resolution to find out why.
Researchers demonstrated a new approach to fabricate large-scale, complex nano-architectures of refractory plasmonic transition metal nitrides.
Researchers have used hydroprinting - a new and versatile technique - to prepare conductive features on 3D objects.
Nanofluidic implantables represent a recent advance in a broad effort for developing personalized, point-of-care medical technologies.
Specially designed carbon nanotube nanomotors undergo rotary motion in water, driving external mechanical loads on the nanoscale.
A study that looks at how silver nanomaterials could affect the female reproductive system.