‘Pinning down’ how salty droplets dry

IMAGE: This is a macroscopic pattern of re-crystallization with coffee-ring result. (left) the preliminary concentration 8.4 percent (right) 0.47 percent. view more  Credit: Rei Kurita Tokyo,Japan – Researchers from... Read more »

Nucleation a boon to sustainable nanomanufacturing

IMAGE: An atomic force microscopy picture of nucleated calcium carbonate nanoparticles (revealing as white color dots) on a quartz surface area. The scan size of the image is 1.3... Read more »

New photonic chip promises more robust quantum computers

IMAGE: ResearchersDr Alberto Peruzzo (left), Mr Jean-LucTambasco and Dr RobertChapman view more  Credit: Photo by RMIT/CQC2T. Scientists have actually established a topological photonic chip to procedure quantum info, guaranteeing... Read more »

Scientists use bear saliva to rapidly test for antibiotics

IMAGE: EastSiberian brown bears. view more  Credit: Bear Conservation If you’re checking out the mouth of a brown bear, among the world’s leading predators, your opportunities of survival most... Read more »

Nanoparticle therapy could deliver double blow to cancer

A brand-new cancer therapy utilizing nanoparticles to deliver a mix therapy direct to cancer cells could be on the horizon, thanks to research study from the University of EastAnglia... Read more »

Combining on and off switches, one protein can control flowering in plants

MADISON, Wis.– As plants stretch towards the summer season sun, they are marching towards one of the most crucial choices of their lives– when to flower. Too early, and... Read more »

Assembly of fluctuating molecules in artificial cell membrane

IMAGE: These are lipid bilayer domains abundant in polyethylene glycol (PEG)- customized lipid. . ( A) Fluorescence image, (B) amplitude modulation (AM) AFM topography, and (C) frequency modulation (FM)... Read more »

USTC proposes a facile, general, and effective strategy to prepare carbon nanomaterials

Carbon products (CMs) display terrific application capacities in varied fields due to their high electrical conductivity, excellent chemical stability, and special microstructure. Traditionally, CMs were prepared by the carbonization... Read more »

Surrey develops ground-breaking flexible X-ray detector

Detectors that are currently utilized for mammograms and for dosage measurements in radiotherapy are typically stiff, triggering mistakes in screening, or dosage shipment to surrounding healthy tissue. This has... Read more »

A new ‘periodic table’ for nanomaterials

IMAGE: Molecules connect and line up with each other as they self-assemble. This new simulation makes it possible for to discover exactly what particles finest connect with each other... Read more »