(Nanowerk News) Imagine a close basketball game that comes down to the final shot. The probability of the ball going through the hoop might be fairly low, but it would dramatically increase if the ...
(Nanowerk News) Researchers at EPFL have discovered that by shining different wavelengths (colors) of light on a material called magnetite, they can change its state, e.g. making it more or less ...
(Nanowerk News) Hydrogen is a promising chemical and energy vector to decarbonize our society. Unlike conventional fuels, hydrogen utilization as a fuel does not generate carbon dioxide in return.
(Nanowerk Spotlight) Photonic integrated circuits, which use light instead of electricity to transmit and process information, have emerged as a critical technology for fields such as ...
(Nanowerk News) A wearable health monitor developed by Washington State University researchers can reliably measure levels of important biochemicals in sweat during physical exercise. The 3D-printed ...
(Nanowerk News) Terahertz waves are being intensely studied by researchers around the world seeking to understand the "terahertz gap". Terahertz waves have a specific frequency that put them somewhere ...
(Nanowerk News) Conventional drug delivery is often like cracking a nut with a sledgehammer. Whether the drug is swallowed, injected, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin, it ultimately diffuses to ...
(Nanowerk News) X-ray microscopes are essential for examining components and materials because they can be used to detect changes and details in the material. Until now, however, it has been difficult ...
(Nanowerk News) Researchers from Tohoku University and Kyoto University have successfully developed a DNA-based molecular controller that autonomously directs the assembly and disassembly of molecular ...
(Nanowerk News) When stars collapse, they can leave behind incredibly dense but relatively small and cold remnants called neutron stars. If two stars collapse in close proximity, the leftover binary ...
(Nanowerk Spotlight) Wearable bioelectronic devices have emerged as a promising approach for monitoring health and delivering targeted therapies. These devices can capture physiological signals from ...
(Nanowerk News) Exciton-polariton lasers, renowned for their low-power operation, have long tantalised researchers with their promise for practical low-energy applications. However, until now, a clean ...