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Display devices based on quantum dots have promised greater power efficiency, brightness and colour purity than previous generations of displays.
Ken Tachibana explores how the effects of nanoparticles on the environment and human body and brain have been left largely unexamined.
Potential new COVID-19 treatment may see decoy nanoparticles trick the life-threatening virus and render them inactive
In toxicology & health science focus, Ken Tachibana, Sanyo-Onoda City University in Japan, walks through the long-term effects of exposure to nanoparticles
Researchers have created biodegradable, magnetic nanomaterials that reduce the likelihood of lab mice having children for 30 days.
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers are attempting to use magnetic nanoparticles to develop a cure for neurological disorders from epilepsy to Alzheimer's - without any invasive or genetic treatment.
Jean-Pierre Leburton, and Olgica Milenkovic, Professors of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discuss how big data processing via bio-sensing, and blue energy production revolutionise solid-state nanopores.
Scientists have developed an implantable sensor using gold nanoparticles, which can function in the human body for "several months" to report health changes.
The use of nano-engineered crystals instead of metallic particles in fuels could could open the door to the next generation of transportation fuels.
Vladik Avetisov and Roman Iliev, the Principal Investigator and the Founder of the Molecular Machine Corporation Ltd, lift the lid on an innovative project that concerns the use of environmental heat as a natural source of thermal energy.
Use of a new optical technology will now help scientists to see some of the smallest nanoparticles, measured at 25 nanometres in diameter.
Petrovite is the name of the new mineral discovered by scientists at St Petersburg University, a bright blue crystal which could someday provide energy.
All forces are being brought to bear in our challenge to slow climate change, in an attempt to preserve our planet for future generations - where does nanotechnology fit in?
Here, Dr Dimiter Prodanov from IMEC explains the final outcomes and perspectives of the NanoStreeM project, including comments on nanomaterials and risk.
Professor Sandra Carvalho, University of Minho, Department of Physics, discusses the emergence of surface functionalization as a strategy in biotech and health.
Monique Groenewold discusses how modern innovation requires regulatory preparedness in risk governance, especially for nanotechnology.
A study in mice has shown long-lasting effects from juvenile social isolation and suggests methods of potential treatment.
Here, Katharine Moore Tibbetts explores laser ablation in liquid as a versatile synthetic technique.
Aarthi Janakiraman, Research Manager, Chemicals and Advanced Materials at TechVision, Frost & Sullivan, explores if nanotechnology aids the battle against COVID-19.
Nuria Rodríguez López talks us through the climate necessity of the ReSiSTant project, which is a Horizon 2020 EU NMBP-Pilot Project, to reduce the environmental impacts of aircrafts.