What if a nanodevice, implanted in your body, could power itself by harnessing the mechanical energy of your own moving muscles?
MaterialsViews catches up with Karen Gleason, Associate Dean of Engineering at MIT, to talk CVD, scientific jigsaws, and The Good Doctor.
Imaging technique enables studies on the dynamics of nanocatalysts at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution.
Graphene films grown over epitaxial metal films deposited on single-crystalline substrates give unique micropits with rectangular and triangular shapes, reflecting the crystallographic...
Metals encapsulated within carbon nanotubes by capillary action are prevented from crystallizing by the confined space of the nanotubes.
Gallium arsenide is infiltrated for the first time within porous nanoparticle-based periodic multilayers to yield a new structure displaying finely tuned enhanced...
A new heteroepitaxial method of producing Ti02 nanomaterials with size, shape, and array control is discovered.
In situ mechanical testing of 50-mm-diameter bundles of uniaxially compressed carbon nanotubes reveals periodic buckle nucleation and propagation.
New nanocontainer with an integrated switch
Nikolaus Korber recommends “Concepts of Nanochemistry”, a “fun to read” textbook with high didactic quality addressed to university teachers, students, and the...