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Dienstag, 12. Januar 2021 00:00:00 Technik News
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A new fluorescence microscopy technique has produced the world's first nanoscale 3D images of molecules in a whole, living cell.

Multiphoton polymerization approach might one day be used to print complex optics.

An international research team reports a novel hybrid emitter that could revolutionize the design of OLEDs.

Accurate measurements of crystalline deformation should help engineer stronger components for more energy-efficient turbines.

Researchers have developed a high-throughput, scalable nanocomposite printing method to manufacture metalenses at low cost, paving the way to commercializing them. The nanocomposite material, which is also suitable for high-efficiency metasurfaces, can be molded into metalenses just by one step of printing without any secondary operations such as thin-film deposition or plasma etching. The researchers synthesized their nanocomposite by dispersing silicon nanoparticles in the matrix of UV-curable resin to achieve a high-refractive index to increase the efficiency of the metalenses. The printing mold is reusable, so the large-scale metalenses can be printed rapidly and repeatedly.

Researchers propose a principle of nanomagnetism, in which the spin direction changes on its own upon applying electric current without external spins. This is expected to accelerate commercialization based on a paradigm shift from conventional spin memory devices.

The surprising results offer a way to boost the activity and stability of catalysts for making hydrogen fuel from water.

A new study by an international team of researchers has used computer power to map the so-called sonic scale, showing the key role turbulence plays in star formation.

Researchers have successfully 'flashed' bulk amounts of 2D dichalcogenides, changing them from semiconductors to metallics.

Multifunctional nanomaterial could enhance solar energy, quantum computing.

Scientists propose a framework for evaluating climate change adaptations.

Development of a strategy for reducing electrolyte-electrode interface resistance, which limits the commercialization of all-solid-state batteries; new material design strategy to increase performance by improving the cathode material.

Researchers have developed liquid metal microparticles with high conductivity and viscoplasticity.

The zinc- and manganese-based alloy further opens the door to replacing solvents commonly used in battery electrolytes with something much safer and inexpensive, as well as abundant: seawater.

Discovery is big step forward in creating new materials used in a variety of applications including optical devices and sensors.

Researchers have proposed a new method for synthesizing high-quality graphene nanoribbons, offering a higher yield at a lower cost, compared with the currently used nanoribbon self-assembly on noble metal substrates.

Theoretical and experimental scientists have come together to watch solids vibrate.

Researchers are working to develop a single-dose vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 that could potentially be stored at room temperature.

Researchers who have studied DNA origami for years, have compiled the first detailed tutorial on the technique. Their comprehensive report provides a step-by-step guide to designing DNA origami nanostructures, using state-of-the-art tools.

A surprisingly simple method improves 'drop casting' fabrication of tiled nanosheets that could be used in next-generation electronic devices. All you need is a pipette and a hotplate.