This special issue on low-dimensional carbon materials for Small is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Center for Nanochemistry at Peking University.
Scientists have developed autonomous catalytic microrobots that swim towards a specified target with a speed of 20 body length per second.
Researchers have observed the spontaneous organisation of small molecules into nanovesicles, and then microvesicles.
Selective growth of twinned silver nanocubes from high-energy incident light refined by Chad Mirkin and co-workers.
A nanomaterial engineered by researchers at Duke can help regulate chloride levels in nerve cells that contribute to chronic pain, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury.
New breed of micro fuel cell could serve as a long-lasting, low-cost, and eco-friendly power source for portable electronic devices.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new nanolithography technique that is less expensive than other approaches and can be used to create technologies with biomedical applications.