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Researchers at Bar-Ilan University in Israel introduce a novel technique of using nanodiamonds for delivering medical and cosmetic agents through the skin A team of researchers integrated the technique of nanotechnology and optics to produce tiny diamond-like particles that are...
These semiconductor nanocrystals have photo-physical properties that can reproduce daylight conditions. Quantum Dots(QDs) have been studied since the 1990s as a light source. They possess optoelectronic properties therefore showcasing excellent colour performance with high colour rendering capabilities. The researchers at the...
Researchers design 3D printed plasma sensors to predict weather and study climate change. Researchers at MIT have designed the world's first completely digitally manufactured plasma sensor for satellite application. These plasma sensors, which are also known as retarding potential analyzers(RPAs),...
It has been achieved due to improvements in voltage and payload capacity that makes the aerial robots better than their previous versions After developing agile and resilient insect-sized drones that manoeuvered like real insects, researchers at MIT heralded a new...
Inspired by spiderweb design, the microchip sensor combines nanotechnology and machine learning for studying gravity waves amongst others Inspired by the intricate nature of a spiderweb, a team of researchers from TU Delft has designed one of the world’s most...
In simple terms, nanotechnology is the part of science that deals with the control of matter with dimensions smaller than 100 nanometres, and can go down to atomic and molecular scales. The study and manipulation of matter, particles and structures...
This article discusses the scope of nanoscience and nanotechnology along with curricular courses, initiated by various Indian institution. Advancements in science and technology have led to the emergence of nanoscience in India. This has further led to the development of...
Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers. Upon Completion of the slideshow, you will be able to understand the following: What is “Nanoscale”? Nanotechnology What makes the Nanoscale special? Need of Nanotechnology...
Transistor fabrication is a highly complex process, requiring high-temperature, high-vacuum equipment. In another step in combining consumer electronics and nanotechnology, University of Pennsylvania engineers have shown a new approach for making transistors: sequentially depositing their components in the form...
 
 

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