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Nanotechnology

Graphene ‘moth eyes’ to power future smart technologies
A novel material composed of nanostructured, decoupled graphene layers, inspired by the humble moth, is the most light-absorbent for its weight to date.
Interfacial triplet-triplet energy transfer is used to significantly extend the exciton lifetime of cadmium selenide nanocrystals in an experimental demonstration of their molecular-like photochemistry.
25 July 2016
A cost-effective, freeform method of manufacturing epidermal electronic systems enables long-term, high-fidelity physiological signal monitoring.
21 July 2016
Silicon quantum dots that are co-doped with boron and phosphorus exhibit bright and stable luminescence in the near-IR wavelength range and are environmentally friendly.
6 July 2016

A graphene-based electronic patch monitors glucose in sweat noninvasively and provides feedback-controlled drug delivery by using microneedles with a heat-responsive coating.

29 June 2016
A photoactivated technique targets tumor cells and simultaneously triggers the release of inhibitors at ‘ the right time and place’ to block the mechanisms that enable some cancers to escape treatment.
24 June 2016
THz systems sales to grow at 16% through 2020
Analyst Tematys reveals market drivers and which technologies suit each application.
19 July 2016
Magnetic fields offer new window onto nerves in action
Measurement of ultra-small magnetic fields from a frog nerve could lead to practical use in diagnostics.
19 July 2016
Window to the brain moves closer to reality
Two studies indicate future clinical feasibility of University of California, Riverside, implant.
14 July 2016
UK opens £20m funding competition for quantum technologies
Business-led development and commercialization proposals worth up to £2m each are invited.
14 July 2016
 
Jelena Vuckovic: Designing innovative structures for efficient optical devices