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ZenGUARD™: Graphene-based nanotechnology reduces transmission risk

Zentek’s ZenGUARD™ graphene-based nanotechnology filters and deactivates pathogens to reduce the risk of transmission, making higher risk work environments and social interactions safer. The team...
Carbon nanotube technology

Carbon nanotube-derived products: Revolutionising lithium-ion cells

Black Diamond Structures discusses its efforts to produce carbon nanotube-derived products on the scale required for the emerging North American lithium-ion market. Black Diamond Structures’...
universal reaction mechanism

New universal reaction mechanism to change the future of nanochemsitry

A universal reaction mechanism, proposed by KAUST scientists, could explain the formation of carbon nanoparticles in interstellar and terrestrial environments. Carbon nanostructures that are formed...
Fibre Optics

Perovskite nanocrystals revolutionise photodetector technology

A research team from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has developed optical fibres with perovskite nanocrystals, which has revealed groundbreaking...
high-speed spintronic devices

Creating efficient and high-speed spintronic devices

A research team has successfully created efficient and high-speed spintronic devices to look at spin dynamics inside rare earth materials, using a tabletop ultrafast...
Fuel cell-powered vehicles

Scavenger nanoparticles could make fuel cell-powered vehicles a reality

A collaborative group of engineers have created a material that prevents inexpensive catalysts from degrading in cell-powered vehicles. A collaborative team, including engineers at the...
Spin Waves

Researchers receive grant to revolutionise spintronic devices

A research team from the Technical University of Kaiserslautern (TUK) has been awarded a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC), to develop...
Manufacturing Technology

Scientists develop novel semiconductor manufacturing technology

A research team from Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), has developed semiconductor manufacturing technology. Why has this semiconductor manufacturing technology been created? Scientists from...
Utilising graphene to transform nanomedicine and health technology

Utilising graphene to transform nanomedicine and health technology

Exploring the evolution of graphene from a lab-based discovery to a clinically useful tool to transform nanomedicine and health technology. Professor Kostas Kostarelos, Chair of...
Establishing critical minerals supply chains in the circular economy

Establishing critical minerals supply chains in the circular economy

Donald Bubar, President and CEO of Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. discusses establishing critical minerals supply chains in the circular economy. Critical minerals supply chains are...
nanotechnology innovation

The evolution of nanomaterials innovation in Canada

Marie D’Iorio, Founder and President of NanoCanada, spoke to Innovation News Netowrk about the evolving nanomaterials landscape in Canada and NanoCanada’s role in accelerating...
Using laser-induced graphene to enhance flexible electronics

Using laser-induced graphene to enhance flexible electronics

Researchers at Penn State have experimented with laser-induced graphene designs to develop advanced flexible electronics for wearable health devices.
Groundbreaking brain-inspired memory device for semiconductor design

Groundbreaking brain-inspired memory device for semiconductor design

Researchers at the National University of Singapore have developed a novel brain-inspired device that could facilitate the transformation of semiconductor design.
Groundbreaking brain-inspired memory device for semiconductor design

Optimising metallic films for the electronics industry 

Researchers’ novel findings indicate unprecedented promise for enhancing metallic films for use in the electronics industry. 
world's smallest technology

Enhancing information storage with the world’s smallest technology

Researchers have manufactured the world's smallest technology – just two atoms thick – creating new methods of storing information.
nanorobot technology

US researchers make a breakthrough in future nanorobot technology

Researchers have identified specialised self-propelled, microscopic particles that may be perfect for future nanorobot technology.
Enhancing the efficiency of metal catalysts for environmental sustainability

Enhancing efficiency of metal catalysts for environmental sustainability

A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Waterloo indicates that metal catalysts used for environmental sustainability degrade and become less effective.
microelectronics

Improving microelectronics with breakthrough silicon discovery

Russian scientists have developed an innovative method that enhances photoluminescence in silicon, potentially advancing microelectronics.
electromigration

New technique reduces electromigration of nanoscale electronic components

A new technique for alleviating electromigration in nanoscale electronic interconnects, enhances the durability of future integrated circuits.
Mycoplasma mobile

Enhancing nanoscale devices through Mycoplasma mobile analysis

In the first discovery of its kind, scientists have identified the gliding machinery of the bacterium Mycoplasma mobile.

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