Researchers demonstrate electrochemical actuation using graphene-based paper.
When we say nanoscience, what do we really mean? And where’s all the research on nanoscale properties and materials coming from?
A steel mesh with a porous hydrogel layer is both superoleophobic and superhydrophilic, allowing water to drain while retaining oil.
MIT professor Mildred Dresselhaus takes a look at the latest work in fullerene chemistry.
A simple way to identify the number of graphene sheets on a substrate, even over a large area, is shown by US researchers.
University of Florida researchers report PAHBs derived from lignin, a by-product of the paper pulping and cellulosic bio-ethanol industries
Ion-sensitive field-effect transistors meet scalable CMOS technology to yield low-cost, high throughput DNA sequencing modules.
Jung Hwa Seo and Gui Bazan describe solution-processed Organic Light-Emitting Transistors (OLETs).
Microbarcodes embedded with rare earth nanocrystals show promise for disease detection and biomedicine.
A new method of making ferroelectrics that uses a heated probe tip means they can be produced directly on virtually any substrate and in any shape.