New monolayer material has great potential for future nanoelectromechanical devices as it combines excellent mechanical and electrical properties.
A high performance laccase-based biofuel cell cathode is developed using carbon nanosheets as the catalyst support and buckypaper as the substrate electrode.
Researchers from The University of Melbourne have developed a novel and efficient route to build nanoscale cross-linked films on surfaces.
New approach enables precision-tuning of the optical properties of photonic crystals on the nanometer scale.
Researchs show that combining nanoparticles and DNA nanotechnology can amplify the signal obtained from imaging the extracellular matrix.
Steve Dunn, Queen Mary University of London, and James R. Durrant, Imperial College London, discuss their latest work on photovoltaic devices.