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Phase change random access memory (PRAM) is one of the strongest candidates for next-generation nonvolatile memory for flexible and wearable electronics. In order to be used as a core memory for flexi...
10.12.2013 Squeezing transistors really hard generates energy savings
Transistors, the workhorses of the electronics world, are plagued by leakage current. This results in unnecessary energy losses, which is why smartphones and laptops, for example, have to be recharged...
14.08.2016 Rational improvement of DNA nanodevice function
Recent research documents a structure-based rational design strategy combining molecular dynamics and single molecule imaging to improve the performance of a DNA tweezers that accurately positions an enzyme and its cofactor.
01.10.2010 Nanogate generates record sales in H1 2010 and anticipates positive consolidated net income for H2 2010
Back on a growth path: sales rise by 38.6 %, earnings up - Forecast for 2010: increase in sales to at least EUR 16 million, positive consolidated net income anticipated in second half - Outlook for 20...
07.10.2010 3D tissue models for studying bacterial infection
A research team, co-headed by Dr. Woo Lee and Dr. Hongjun Wang of Stevens Institute of Technology, has published a paper describing a new method that generates three-dimensional (3D) tissue models for studying bacterial infection of orthopedic implants.
17.05.2014 Graphene 2014 attracted 800 participants Graphene 2014 in numbers
Participants: 800 from 49 countries (a huge success, a greater engagement as the organizers initially forecast roughly 600 participants)
17.06.2014 A virus reveals the physics of nanopores
Nanopores could provide a new way to sequence DNA quickly, but the physics involved isn't well understood. That's partly because of the complexities involved in studying the random, squiggly form DNA...
17.05.2015 Random nanowire configurations increase conductivity over heavily ordered configurations
Researchers at Lehigh University have identified for the first time that a performance gain in the electrical conductivity of random metal nanowire networks can be achieved by slightly restricting nan...
04.02.2016 De novo protein design space extends far beyond biology
A fully automated design protocol generates dozens of designs for proteins based on helix-loop-helix-loop repeat units that are very stable, have crystal structures that match the design, have very different overall shapes, and are unrelated to any natural protein.
18.01.2017 Designing novel protein backbones through digital evolution
Computational recombination of small elements of structure from known protein structures generates a vast library of designs that balance protein stability with the potential for new functions and novel interactions.