This near-zero-power temperature sensor could extend the battery life of wearable or implantable devices that monitor body temperature, smart home monitoring systems, Internet of Things devices and environmental monitoring systems.
Researchers have created stainless steel filters treated with nanoparticles that are capable of capturing radioactive vapor materials. Just like air filters capture dust and dirt, these filters are capable of capturing large amounts of radioactive vapors.
Scientists performed a pressure-driven flow simulation of ionic aqueous solutions across bilayer graphene oxide membranes to investigate the effects of staggered nanoslits on desalination properties using classical molecular dynamics simulation.
Scientists have designed a new nanomaterial that can reflect or transmit light on demand with temperature control, opening the door to technology that protects astronauts in space from harmful radiation.