Unlike conventional soft conductors, it exhibits remarkable electrical stability even when deformed. This is due to the material's unique structure and a nanoscopic insulating thin film coating.
A new type of nanomaterial with interlocking molecules has the potential to be useful for a wide range of applications, including specialized sensors and new types of electronics
Researchers at the University of Tokyo investigated previously unresearched thermal properties of cellulose nanofibers, and their findings suggest these materials may be even more useful
In new research, a team from Columbia University describes ZrSiSe, a metal capable of conducting light. ZrSiSe shares electronic similarities with graphene.
A new nanofabrication method, enabes the production of thousands of nanopillars per square millimeter integrating single-photon emitters
More pores in a sieve let more liquid flow through it. But the opposite can be the case at the nanoscopic level, researchers experimenting with Graphene Oxide (GO) membranes have found.
A team of scientists in Japan has developed a construction route that converts fish scales extracted from fish waste into carbon nano-onions in just seconds through microwave pyrolysis.