- Energy Matching Moves Electron Therapy Forward January 6, 2014
- Chemical Physics: Strategy could lead to cancer treatment
- Simple Catalyst Pair Transforms Excess Glycerol Into Useful Compounds February 14, 2014
- Green Chemistry: A one-pot, two-catalyst reaction turns leftover glycerol from biodiesel production into chemicals of value
- Science: Soluble chips promise medical solutions February 28, 2014
'There are many uses of electronics in the body where you don't want the device to remain for ever' John Rogers is a magician of materials science, particularly when it comes to combining electronics with biology.
- Pomelo Peel Inspires High-Impact Alloy December 22, 2013
- The fruit’s sturdy peel structure provides a model for an aluminum-silicon material that could be useful in the automotive industry
- Cleaner Graphene Offers Better Device Performance February 10, 2014
- Materials Science: A novel technique allows engineers to build graphene-based electronics without contaminating or damaging the material
- Micromotors Cruise Inside Living Cells February 16, 2014
- Researchers use acoustic waves to propel gold nanorod motors inside cells for the first time
- New Way to Trap and Transform Carbon Dioxide into Useful Organic Compounds March 7, 2014
- MIT chemists have devised a way to trap carbon dioxide and transform it into useful organic compounds, using a simple metal complex. More work is needed to understand and optimize the reaction,...
- Graphene Oxide Delivered Through The Skin Into Tumors January 26, 2014
- A biopolymer escorts graphene oxide nanoparticles through the skin and into melanoma cells
- Light Triggers Multiple Motions In A Single Nanostructured Material February 10, 2014
- Inspired by plant tendrils, chemists build polymeric spirals that can ferry small objects
- $14.3B Stationary Fuel Cell Markets Reviewed in New Research Report March 9, 2014
ReportsnReports.com offers Stationary Fuel Cells: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020 research report in its store.
- Data-Dense Holograms Made With Gold Nanorods January 3, 2014
- Optics: New material designs make possible holograms that work in the infrared spectrum and store large amounts of data in a small space
- Atomic Force Microscopy Provides Astonishing Images Of Chemical Bonds December 22, 2013
- Technique reveals hydrogen bonds between molecules and before-and-after pictures of a reaction
- Aehr Test Systems Receives Follow-On Orders for FOX WaferPak Full-Wafer Contactors March 7, 2014
- Aehr Test Systems, a leading supplier of semiconductor test and burn-in equipment, today announced it has received over $1.5 million in follow-on orders for WaferPak full-wafer contactors for its...
- Graphene Oxide Balm Treats Skin Tumors January 16, 2014
- Cancer Therapy: A biopolymer helps graphene oxide penetrate skin and accumulate inside tumors, where laser light can heat up the material to kill cancer cells
- Nanoparticle networks' design enhanced by theory February 26, 2014
For close to two decades, Cornell Univ. scientists have developed processes for using polymers to self-assemble inorganic nanoparticles into porous structures that could revolutionize electronics, energy and more.