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Biosensors get a boost from graphene partnership

The Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) today announced it is partnering with Graphene Frontiers, LLC, a world leader in the production of graphene for commercial and industrial applications, to develop next generation graphene-based processes, technologies, and techniques that will enable revolutionary innovation in the electronics industry.

Posted: Sep 15th, 2014

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Acid-free approach leads to strong conductive carbon nanotube threads

The very idea of fibers made of carbon nanotubes is neat, but Rice University scientists are making them neat - literally. The single-walled carbon nanotubes in new fibers line up like a fistful of uncooked spaghetti through a process designed by chemist Angel Martí and his colleagues.

Posted: Sep 15th, 2014

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Wie man mit einem Quantenpunkt einzelne Photonen erzeugt

Einzelne Photonen in einem Quantenpunkt erzeugen und seine Information zerstörungsfrei auslesen: Diese Technologie eröffnet neue Wege in der Quanteninformationsverarbeitung und -übertragung, die für künftige Computeranwendungen wegweisend sein können.

Posted: Sep 15th, 2014

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Novel varistor embedded ceramic transistor hybrid devices

New work demonstrates that varistors and transistors are inherently coupled devices. These hybrid devices can simultaneously be used in the same electronic circuit as a varistor to protect the circuit elements against overshoot of prescribed voltage supply and as a transistor for signal amplification and electronic switch.

Posted: Sep 15th, 2014

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Nanoscale study sheds new light on why batteries go bad

A comprehensive look at how tiny particles in a lithium ion battery electrode behave shows that rapid-charging the battery and using it to do high-power, rapidly draining work may not be as damaging as researchers had thought - and that the benefits of slow draining and charging may have been overestimated. The results challenge the prevailing view that 'supercharging' batteries is always harder on battery electrodes than charging at slower rates.

Posted: Sep 14th, 2014

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