Detection of very high frequency magnetic resonance could revolutionize electronics

IMAGE: Jing Shi is a teacher in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UC Riverside. view more  Credit: I. Pittalwala, UC Riverside. RIVERSIDE, Calif. — A group of physicists... Read more »

Designer-defect clamping of ferroelectric domain walls for more-stable nanoelectronics

A UNSW research study released today in Nature Communications provides an interesting action towards domain-wall nanoelectronics: an unique type of future electronic devices based upon nano-scale conduction courses, and... Read more »

Sticky situation inside blood vessels can worsen stroke damage

AUGUSTA, Ga. (Jan. 15, 2020) – A stroke appears to develop a sticky situation inside the blood vessels of the brain that can worsen damage days, even months later... Read more »

Getting to the heart of heart beats: Cardiac thin filament structure and function revealed

IMAGE: Schematic diagram of the muscle fiber structure (left) and the molecular structure of the whole thin filament (right) view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Researchers at Osaka... Read more »

MIPT physicists find ways to overcome signal loss in magnonic circuits

Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Kotelnikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, and N.G. Chernyshevsky Saratov State University have actually shown that the coupling components... Read more »

FEFU scientists participate in development of ceramic materials that are IR-transparent

IMAGE: FESEM images of Y2O3?MgO composite SPS ceramics sintered at 1100 (a), 1200 (b), 1250 (c) and 1300°C (d) view more  Credit: FEFU press workplace Scientists from Far Eastern Federal... Read more »

IU team identifies potential target for restoring movement after spinal cord injury

IMAGE: (a) Both lumbar MNs and greater motor centers, consisting of the corticospinal (CST), rubrospinal (RST) and coming down propriospinal (dPST) systems, are needed to start and keep locomotor function... Read more »

Nanoscience breakthrough: Probing particles smaller than a billionth of a meter

IMAGE: Tin oxide SNCs carefully prepared by a dendrimer design template approach are packed on the thin silica shell layers of plasmonic amplifiers, such that the Raman signals of the... Read more »

Electronics integrated to the muscle via ‘Kirigami’

A research study group in the Department of Electrical and EIIRIS at Toyohashi University of Technology has actually established a donut-shaped kirigami gadget for EMG recordings. The proposed gadget... Read more »

Hiring antibodies as nanotechnology builders

IMAGE: Artistic representation of the technique embraced in the work. Antibodies, by binding to antigen-conjugated DNA tiles, cause the assembly of tubular nanoscale structures. view more  Credit: Ella Marushchenko What... Read more »