Ultrathin 3-D-printed films convert energy of one form into another

MIT researchers have developed a simple, low-cost method to 3-D print ultrathin films with high-performing “piezoelectric” properties, which could be used for components in flexible electronics or highly sensitive biosensors.

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Generating clean and sustainable fuels by using ZnO nanowires as stable catalysts.

Scientists from the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) – a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office – have come up with a technique for optimizing the activity 500-nanometer-long but relatively

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Liquid nano metals printed in three-dimensional structures

In a recent study on materials science and nanomedicine, Young-Geun Park and co-workers at the departments of Nanoscience, Nanomedicine and Materials Science and Engineering in the Republic of Korea developed

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Nanoparticles at the service of gene therapy

By incorporating magnetic nanoparticles into gene therapy treated cells, British researchers were able to guide them to a tumor. The effectiveness of this treatment still to be developed is significantly

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GenesInk is developing conductive inks for a nanocellulose-based Drug of Abuse biosensing platform in the framework of the GREENSENSE project

GenesInk is a part of the GREENSENSE project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement N° 761000 since January 2018. The aim of

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