Engineers have developed a laser-treatment process that allows them to use printed graphene for electric circuits and electrodes - even on paper and other fragile surfaces. The technology could lead to many real-world, low-cost applications for printed graphene electronics, including sensors, fuel cells and medical devices.
A novel coating made from carbon nanotubes that, when layered around an aluminum-conductor composite core transmission line, reduces the line's operating temperature and significantly improves its overall transmission efficiency.
Scientists have discovered how to get a solid material to act like a liquid without actually turning it into liquid, potentially opening a new world of possibilities for the electronic, optics and computing industries.
Physicists, joining the fundamental pursuit of using electron spins to store and manipulate information, have demonstrated a new approach to doing so, which could prove useful in the application of low-power computer memory.
Scientists developed mathematical models to characterize proteomics patterns of Caco-2/HT29-MTX cells exposed for three and twenty four hours to two kinds of important nanoparticles: multi-walled carbon nanotubes and TiO2 nanobelts.