The Droplet Microarray (DMA) is a high-throughput platform for drug screening.
How the brain’s functional connectivity can be induced in neuromorphic devices to overcome the limitations of conventional silicon technology.
A new silicon-based light-emitting diode (LED) is developed, and provides a solution in the manufacturing of better LEDs.
Korean researchers make a tiny switch from carbon nanotubes.
So what is next for nanochemical and biochemical sensor research? Shouldn’t we be trying to find the next glass pH electrode, rather than trying to squeeze that extra fraction of a percent out of our tried and tested materials?
Carbon fiber-reinforced carbon has outstanding material properties and many applications but is extremely expensive – how to improve the processing of this useful material?
A new approach to the development of functional and biocompatible coatings for titanium metal implants aims to reduce their failure rates by altering the nano-morphology of the surface.
The addition of extremely small crystals to solid electrolyte material has potential to raise the efficiency of fuel cells. Researchers at TU Delft were the first to document this accurately.
ZnSe is deposited in silica pores to produce the first compound semiconductor optical fiber waveguides.
Two dyes give three colors on a hierarchically patterned surface, in work by German and Chinese scientists.
A novel polymer processing methodology to prepare thin films allows for increased crystallinity giving rise to improved properties.
The research group “PolarCon” publishes a collection of papers describing the technological challenges of epitaxially grown non- or semipolar nitride structures.
The JMatPro software calculates a wide range of materials properties for metallic alloys. It is particularly aimed at multi-components alloys used in industrial practice.