(Nanowerk News) Robotics researchers have already made great strides in developing sensors that can perceive changes in position, pressure, and temperature – all of which are important for ...
(Nanowerk News) A researcher has just finished writing a scientific paper. She knows her work could benefit from another perspective. Did she overlook something? Or perhaps there's an application of ...
(Nanowerk News) It first appeared as a glowing blob from ground-based telescopes and then vanished completely in images from the Hubble Space Telescope. Now, the ghostly object has reappeared as a ...
(Nanowerk News) The multicellular robots, ranging in size from the width of a human hair to the point of a sharpened pencil, were made to self-assemble and shown to have a remarkable healing effect on ...
(Nanowerk News) Multifunctional computer chips have evolved to do more with integrated sensors, processors, memory and other specialized components. However, as chips have expanded, the time required ...
(Nanowerk News) Researchers at the University of Sydney Nano Institute have invented a compact silicon semiconductor chip that integrates electronics with photonic, or light, components. The new ...
(Nanowerk News) Recent advances in the development of devices made of 2D materials are paving the way for new technological capabilities, especially in the field of quantum technology. So far, however ...
An international team of researchers receives over $4M to advance understanding of carbon nanotube synthesis and its ...
(Nanowerk News) Living cells are bombarded with many kinds of incoming molecular signal that influence their behavior. Being able to measure those signals and how cells respond to them through ...
(Nanowerk News) In recent years, cell and gene therapies have shown significant promise for treating cancer, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, heart disease, HIV/AIDS and other difficult-to-treat diseases.
(Nanowerk News) Researchers report that they have developed a new composite material designed to change behaviors depending on temperature in order to perform specific tasks. These materials are ...
(Nanowerk News) Scientists have revealed how lattice vibrations and spins talk to each other in a hybrid excitation known as an electromagnon. To achieve this, they used a unique combination of ...