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Materials & Nanotechnology News

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The internet of everything: exceeding bandwidth demands with Graphene

The Internet of Everything: exceeding bandwidth demands with Graphene

Researchers in the Graphene Flagship Project, one of the European Commission's biggest research initiatives, has shown that integrated graphene-based photonic devices will offer a unique...
Photonic circuitry: The new particles for futuristic computing

Photonic circuitry: The new particles for futuristic computing

Scientists have discovered new particles which could lead to futuristic light-based computing using photonic circuitry. The physicists at the University of Exeter have published the new...
Multilayer graphene for superconductivity: a new achievement at Linköping University

Multilayer graphene for superconductivity: a new achievement at Linköping University

Multilayer graphene can act as a superconductor when several graphene sheets are layered in a specific stacking order. Multilayer graphene with a specific stacking order...
A new material will revolutionise car manufacturing

The new material set to revolutionise car manufacturing

Researchers at the University of Surrey, England have found a new material that they believe could revolutionise the car manufacturing industry. The benefit of the material...
Flexible devices: the need for thin film encapsulation and barriers

Flexible devices: the need for thin film encapsulation and barriers

The need for flexible, transparent, ultrahigh performance, and low-cost barriers has long held back the promise of many flexible devices. Indeed, for a long...
The first particle tracks have been seen by CERN's neutrino detector

The first particle tracks have been seen by CERN’s neutrino detector

CERN's neutrino detector has just recorded its first particle tracks, which is a significant breakthrough in the International Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). The first...
Scientists find that ultra-fast vibrations can heat liquid

Scientists find that ultra-fast vibrations can heat liquid

Scientists have found that ultra-fast vibrations can heat tiny amounts of liquid. The new study, carried out by a team of researchers at the University...
Scientists use gold nanoparticles to investigate the effectiveness of nanomedicine

Scientists use gold nanoparticles to investigate the effectiveness of nanomedicine

Bin Li and Lucas A. Lane have published a paper discussing the use of gold nanoparticles to investigate the effectiveness of nanomedicine. The paper has...
Wearable Mobility Robot to be showcased at European technology convention

Wearable Mobility Robot to be showcased at European technology convention

A wearable mobility robot will be showcased at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin. A wearable mobility robot will be among the cutting edge technological...
CERN's AWAKE collaboration achieves acceleration of electrons by proton driven wave

CERN’s AWAKE collaboration achieves acceleration of electrons by a proton driven wave

CERN has reported the first ever successful experiment of acceleration of electrons using a proton driven wave by the collaboration AWAKE. The Advanced Wakefield Experiment (AWAKE)...

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