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25.01.2016 Controlling magnetism at the nanoscale in magnetoresistive sensors
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03.11.2017 2D metal oxides synthesized from liquid metal
Researchers develop a low-cost room-temperature liquid metal synthesis procedure that also provides access to new 2D oxides that could not be produced before.
20.04.2010 Increased Speed and Reliability of Smart Sensors
In military and security situations, a split second can make the difference between life and death, so North Carolina State University's development of new "smart sensors" that allow for faster response times from military applications is important. Equally important is new research from NC State that will help ensure those sensors will operate under extreme conditions
11.06.2010 Replacing Silicon with Graphene on Nanocircuitry
Scientists have made a breakthrough toward creating nanocircuitry on graphene, widely regarded as the most promising candidate to replace silicon as the building block of transistors.
28.06.2010 Shrink Nanotechnologies Enters into Technology Integration and Development Agreement With Lydall, Inc. for Solupore® Plastic Membrane
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20.10.2010 Taking the next step with graphene research
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics went to the two scientists who first isolated graphene, one-atom-thick crystals of graphite. Now, an investigator with the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering is finding success in his work to develop a method to mass-produce this revolutionary material.
10.06.2015 Conference video: Regenesis: Bionano
At the 2013 Conference George Church presented an overview of his work in developing applications of atomically precise nanotechnology intended for commercialization, from data storage to medical nanorobots to genomic sequencing to genomic engineering to mapping individual neuronal functioning in whole brains.
27.06.2016 'Mimosa' nanostructure spontaneously self-folds
Technology could find use in a range of applications, such as wearable and portable sensors, paper-based microfluidic devices and micro-robotics.
11.07.2016 CNTs and diamond spins make nanomechanical hybrid device
The device could be used to make quantum logic gates based on electric spins as well as novel sensors that can detect nanoscale magnetic field changes.