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New tool presents precise, holistic picture of devices, materials.

A quasicrystal from nanoparticles using DNA

The breakthrough opens the way for designing and building more complex structures.

Nanowire ‘brain’ network learns and remembers ‘on the fly’

Critical step passed for developing agile, low-energy machine intelligence.

A high-speed electrical readout method for graphene nanodevices

This technique enables high-speed measurements of bilayer graphene quantum dots.

The chemical mechanism behind silica-coated nanodiamonds revealed

The team unraveled the bonding mechanism.

Puzzle solved: Why graphene is so much more permeable to protons?

Graphene discovery could help generate hydrogen cheaply and sustainably.

A novel method to improve the accuracy and precision of nanomechanical testing technology

A new technique for analyzing nanomechanical properties of materials with high precision and accuracy.

The ‘breath’ between atoms is a key building block for quantum technology

Vibration between two layers of atoms can be used to engineer quantum technologies.

New method of harvesting artificial light using organic nanotubes

Organic nanotubes provide artificial light-harvesting for solar cells.

Nanoparticles can be used to create fire-ice structures

Engineers could use the structure to manipulate light in new ways.

Ligand-nanocrystal interactions under visible light irradiation

Researchers demonstrate light-induced quasi-reversible displacement of ligands in organic-inorganic nanocrystals.

Nanotube sensors can detect and distinguish gibberellin plant hormones

The nondestructive nanosensors could have wide applications in agricultural science.

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