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Ultrafast Atomic Motion, Rare Earth Recycling, MXene Materials, and More in the DOE Science News Source

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Chemistry, Nanomaterials, gold nanoparticles, Silicon, wearable electronic devices, Flexible Electronics, Substrates, Polymer Surfaces, Photoelectrochemical oxidation , single crystal

Research Leads to a Golden Discovery for Wearable Technology

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Writing in the March 17 issue of the journal Science, Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers say they have developed a way to “grow” thin layers of gold on single crystal wafers of silicon, remove the gold foils, and use them as substrates on which to grow other electronic materials.

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Battery, lithim-ion, battery safety, Battery science, Headphones, Hoverboard, Lithium, lithium battery, battery failure, Battery manufacturing, battery materials

Battery Expert on Lithium-ion Safety and Exploding Electronics

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Protostar Blazing, Space Weather Experiment, Mega Meteorite, ALMA News, and More in the Space News Source

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Zeolite, nanosheets, Refining, chemical separation

Researchers Develop Groundbreaking Process for Creating Ultra-Selective Separation Membranes

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A team of researchers has developed a groundbreaking one-step, crystal growth process for making ultra-thin layers of material with molecular-sized pores. Researchers demonstrated the use of the material, called zeolite nanosheets, by making ultra-selective membranes for chemical separations. These new membranes can separate individual molecules based on shape and size, which could improve the energy-efficiency of chemical separation methods used to make everything from fuels to chemicals and pharmaceuticals.

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Melanoma, Cancer, Skin Cancer, Nanoparticle, melanoma research

Drug Combination Delivered by Nanoparticles May Help in Melanoma Treatment

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The first of a new class of medication that delivers a combination of drugs by nanoparticle may keep melanoma from becoming resistant to treatment, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers.

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inkjet printer, Circuits, surface mounted devices, Silver, Silver Nanoparticles, Javier Arrese, Giovanni Vescio, Elena Xuriguera, Beatriz Medina-Rodríguez, Albert Cornet, Albert Cirera, Universitat de Barcelona, Journal of Applied Physics

Bonding Chips Using InkJet Printers

A team of researchers at the University of Barcelona have demonstrated a new bonding technique for surface mounted devices that uses an inkjet printer with ink that incorporates silver nanoparticles. The technique, described this week in the Journal of Applied Physics, was developed in response to the industrial necessity for a fast, reliable and simple manufacturing process, and with an eye to reducing the environmental impact of the standard fabrication processes.

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A New World for Wireless Communication, Parachute Design, Flipping Magnetic Memory Cells, and More in the Engineering News Source

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Bioengineering, Retinal Prosthetics, AMD treatment, Retinitis Pigmentosa, nanotechnnology, Nanowires

New Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight

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A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego and La Jolla-based startup Nanovision Biosciences Inc. have developed the nanotechnology and wireless electronics for a new type of retinal prosthesis that brings research a step closer to restoring the ability of neurons in the retina to respond to light. The researchers demonstrated this response to light in a rat retina interfacing with a prototype of the device in vitro.

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Perovskite, perovskite solar cells, Solar, Energy, LED

Perovskite Edges Can Be Tuned for Optoelectronic Performance

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In the eternal search for next generation high-efficiency solar cells and LEDs, scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory and their partners are creating innovative 2D layered hybrid perovskites that allow greater freedom in designing and fabricating efficient optoelectronic devices. Industrial and consumer applications could include low cost solar cells, LEDs, laser diodes, detectors, and other nano-optoelectronic devices.







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