Scientists have uncovered the underlying equation governing the carrier's transport across the graphene/semiconductor Schottky junction, which is one of the building blocks in electronic and optoelectronic devices.
Scientists are taking a synthetic approach to muscle regeneration. Their goal is to create a synthetic, porous, biologically compatible 'scaffold' that mimics the normal extracellular environment of skeletal muscle - onto which human cells could migrate and grow new replacement fibers.
Scientists have developed a novel method for delivering therapeutic molecules into cells. The method harnesses gold nanoparticles that are electrically activated, causing them to oscillate and bore holes in cells' outer membranes and allowing key molecules - such as DNA, RNA, and proteins - to gain entry.
By interfacing brain cells onto graphene, researchers have shown they can differentiate a single hyperactive cancerous cell from a normal cell, pointing the way to developing a simple, noninvasive tool for early cancer diagnosis.
Scientists have developed an artificial neural network in which their recently-developed spintronic devices, comprising microscale magnetic material, are employed. The used spintronic device is capable of memorizing arbitral values between 0 and 1 in an analogue manner unlike the conventional magnetic devices, and thus perform the learning function, which is served by synapses in the brain.
Redecorating your living room could be as easy as pressing a button thanks to scientists who have created a new ceramic tile that can change colour, pattern, or play videos with one tap of your finger, radically changing the way we interact with buildings or public spaces, and taking us a step closer to instant camouflage.
Scientists have developed a new device that measures the motion of super-tiny particles traversing distances almost unimaginably small - shorter than the diameter of a hydrogen atom, or less than one-millionth the width of a human hair.