The advantages and disadvantages of the available X-ray techniques for real-time testing of the colloidal nanoparticle synthesis are reviewed.
Paul O’Brien’s research centres on developing new chemical processes for thin films and nanoparticles, especially of chalcogenide-containing materials.
Patchy particles, and Janus particles in particular, already have such broad application potential that it’s hard to believe they are a relatively young concept to nanoscience.
Researchers have developed a network of nanoscale particles that can be injected into the body and release insulin when blood-sugar levels rise.
Researchers develop technique for imaging nanoparticle dynamics with atomic resolution as these dynamics occur in a liquid environment.
Argonne scientists see nanoparticles form larger structures in real time.
Nanoparticles can cross the blood-brain barrier and send a significantly increased level of AZTTP to HIV-infected cells.
Swiss researchers show that nanosilver is quickly transformed into less problematic substances on its way to the wastewater treatment plant.
Researchers have demonstrated a simpler, more efficient single-photon emitter that can be made using traditional semiconductor processing techniques.