Traditional computer tomography can only be used to determine the density but not the local orientation of the underlying nanostructure. Researchers have now overcome this limitation thanks to an innovative computer-based algorithm.
Scientists demonstrate that modulating bias current of the QDLED could lead to countering the noise. This, in turn, leads to stabilising such light sources, making them better suited for optical telecommunications.
Researchers precisely examined current-fluctuation in the graphene p-n junction in the Quantum Hall regime and succeeded in observing electron partitioning taking place on the region along the p-n junction as current fluctuation.
Apparently, size doesn't always matter. An extensive study by an interdisciplinary research group suggests that the deformation properties of nanocrystals are not much different from those of the Earth's crust.
Materials researchers has developed a new type of light-emitting diode, or LED, using an organic-inorganic hybrid that could lead to cheaper, brighter and mass produced lights and displays in the future.
Researchers are on pace to develop the next generation of functional materials that could enable the mapping of the complex neural connections in the brain. The ultimate goal is to better understand how the billions of neurons in the brain communicate with one another during normal brain function, or dysfunction, as result of injury or disease.