Advanced Intelligent Systems will publish multidisciplinary scientific and engineering research related to intelligent systems. The journal is now open for submission!
Understanding the interactions, permeability, and partitioning of drug delivery systems in ocular tissues can improve the drug retention time and bioavailability.
Small changes can have a big effect; a very small change in molecular structure can have a profound controlling effect on the size of gold nanoparticle superstructures.
Carbon nanotube-enzyme composite electrodes are applied in glucose biofuel cells.
Scientists at University of California, San Diego, USA, led by Joseph Wang, have put together a multisegment nanomotor that contains components responsive to magnetic and to chemical stimuli.
Ring-shaped arrays of DNA by using a simple self-assembly process driven by a balance of different forces, by scientists in the USA and S. Korea.
Professor Geoffrey Ozin brags about nanoparticles and the interesting things they can accomplish in Bragg mirrors.
Dr. Stijn Mertens, Belgium, talks about his group’s recent achievements in forming nanoparticles that consist of a core of pure gold surrounded by a solid solution of gold and mercury.
Russian scientists have made nanodiamonds with a higher concentration of nitrogen vacancy centers, with a better efficiency than was previously possible.
Self-adaptive complementary-like architectures are adopted in graphene-based transistors as a means to create low power, high gain logic gates.
Ultrabright Fluorescent Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles
Carbon nanotubes have the potential to unlock effective treatments for that most delicate of systems – the mammalian central nervous system. But conflicting studies and reports on potential toxicity underline the need for careful, standardized, and thorough research protocols.