Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Materials & Nanotechnology News

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3D Printable inks using 2D material MXene: the future of electronics

Researchers at The University of Manchester have created a 3D printable ink using 2D material, MXene. MXene is a highly conductible material which researchers at...

A quantum phenomenon highlights the limits of graphene electronics

A quantum phenomenon that tests the limits of graphene’s use in electricity has been discovered by a research team from The University of Manchester,...
winners of MEC Hariri Awards

Winners of the Eli and Brit Harari Graphene Enterprise Award have been granted £70,000...

Two businesses based at the University of Manchester, are to share £70,000 for winning the Eli and Brit Harari Graphene Enterprise Award. This is...
graphene production

Graphene production using bacteria: the future of nanotechnology?

A new paper details researchers’ success in producing the coveted ‘supermaterial’ graphene by mixing oxidised graphite with bacteria. The study, conducted at Delft University in...
How to protect yourself from counterfeits and product liability litigation

How to protect yourself from counterfeits and product liability litigation

‘Product liability’ – every manufacturer is aware of how these two simple words can effectively cost them hundreds of thousands and even millions of...
An image to illustrate that new quantum states have been found in double layer graphene, known as the fractional quantum Hall effect

The fractional quantum Hall effect: the newly found quantum states in double layer graphene

Quantum states of matter, now known as the fractional quantum Hall effect, have been in found in double layer graphene. The previously unknown quantum states...
An image to illustrate the lionfish,the robot version of which is powered by "robot blood" to store energy

“Robot blood”: how a robot lionfish stores energy and completes robotic tasks

Cornell University researchers have created a system using "robot blood", the circulating liquid within robotic structures to store energy and power long-duration robotic tasks. The...
An image to illustrate the concept of neurostimulation devices with a graphene monolayer which could help to treat neurological diseases

The potential of neurostimulation devices with a graphene monolayer to treat neurological diseases

Researchers at Purdue University have added a graphene monolayer to implantable neurostimulation devices, which has the potential to treat neurological diseases. Although implantable neurostimulation devices...
An image to illustrate the study of water in cancer cells using a materials science method

The behaviour of water in cancer cells: how material science can be used in...

A new study on the behaviour of water in cancer cells suggests that materials science methods could be used in cancer research. The researchers Murillo...
An image to illustrate a reversible adhesive that works like snail's slime

A new superstrong reversible adhesive that works like snail slime

Engineers at Penn have shown how a superstrong reversible adhesive that works like a snail's slime. While strong adhesion exists, it is usually irreversible. University...

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