W. M. Keck Foundation funds David Mazziotti, Greg Engel, and Dmitri Talapin to research manipulate of nanocrystal properties.
Purdue and Harvard researchers create stackable indium-gallium-arsenide transistors.
A new hydrogel created by Cornell researchers is so soft that it can flow like a liquid and then return to its...
Cornell research team shed light on electron cooling through the first known direct measurements of hot electrons cooling down in graphene.
Proceeds will be used to support the expansion of NanoString’s existing life sciences business and its first commercial launch in molecular diagnostics.
Polymer nano- and microparticles can be used to develop new vaccines for disorders such as cancer and HIV.
Italian researchers review the properties of electrospun light-emitting nanofibers.
Researchers have developed a transparent diode with copper-alloyed zinc sulfide as p-type conducting material.
A new hyperspectral goniometry technique, to measure 3D angular scattering of light, shows scattering from polymer opals is anisotropic.
Naturally occurring bioactive nanoparticles derived from a carnivorous fungus could have potential for application in cancer therapy.