Thursday, January 23, 2020

Materials & Nanotechnology News

SciTech Europa brings you the latest Materials & Nanotechnology News from across the field of European Science & Technology Research, Development and Innovation.

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Iridium: Killing cancer cells with the metal that wiped out dinosaurs

Iridium, the rare metal from the meteorite that wiped out dinosaurs, can be attached to albumin, a protein in the blood to kill cancer...

Diagnosing lung cancer with a graphene biosensor

Could a graphene biosensor hold the key to advanced, early stage lung cancer diagnosis? The University of Exeter has developed a new technique which could...
"Graphene is now": The Graphene Pavilion at Mobile World Congress 2019

“Graphene is now”: The Graphene Pavilion at Mobile World Congress 2019

"Graphene is now" - The Graphene Pavilion from the Graphene Flagship is returning to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Graphene Pavilion is curated by...
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High value manufacturing: integrated computational materials engineering

Advances in materials science and computational capability have led to the multiscale modelling and simulation-based design of materials and systems for high value manufacturing. Integrated...
What can quantum mechanics bring to materials design?

What can quantum mechanics bring to materials design?

Dr Raquel Lizárraga from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) together with two experts from academia and industry, Professor Levente Vitos from KTH and...
Microrobotics: Ingesting tiny robots to treat diseases

Microrobotics: Ingesting tiny robots to treat diseases

Microrobotics research at EPFL and ETH Zurich means that in the future, we may be able to ingest tiny robots which deliver drugs directly...
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Ultrafast: The next generation of photonic memory devices

Researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology have developed a hybrid technology which revolutionises the process of data storage for the next generation of...
A new MOF for environmental sensing

A new MOF for environmental sensing

Professor Simon Humphrey and Sam Dunning speak to SciTech Europa about the development of a new Ln-MOF-based sensor which has numerous potential applications in...
IMAP: synthesising and characterising Metal Organic Frameworks

IMAP: synthesising and characterising Metal Organic Frameworks

IMAP’s Research Director Christian Serre discusses the institute’s research activities in the areas of health, energy, and the environment, and some of the different...
In-Mold Electronics is on the brink of large-scale adoption

In-Mold Electronics is on the brink of large-scale adoption

IdTechEx discusses its new paper, which explains that In-Mold Electronics is on the brink of large-scale adoption. IDTechEx Research have recently published a new global...

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