<b>Talga to supply coated anode products to lithium-ion battery giant Farasis</b>

Talga to supply coated anode products to lithium-ion battery giant Farasis

Australia-based battery graphene anode producer Talga has entered an agreement with European lithium-ion battery giant Farasis Energy Europe (Farasis). Talga will supply coated anode products for evaluation in Farasis batteries. Talga sourc...
<b>Researchers create unique DNA biosensor for early stage disease detection</b>

Researchers create unique DNA biosensor for early stage disease detection

The researchers developed an ultrasensitive, electrochemical DNA biosensor based on “urchin-like” carbon nanotube-gold nanoparticle (CNT-AuNP) nanoclusters that represents a promising signal amplification strategy for DNA detection and...
<b>The 3D structure of protein can be analyzed by AI</b>

The 3D structure of protein can be analyzed by AI

In blue is the protein structure predicted by computer green is the result of experimental verification. The similarity between them is very high. Image source: deepmind one of the biggest challenges in biology -- three dimensional structure...
<b>Wrinkles give heat a jolt in pillared graphene</b>

Wrinkles give heat a jolt in pillared graphene

Pillared graphene would transfer heat better if the theoretical material had a few asymmetric junctions that caused wrinkles, according to Rice University engineers. Rice materials scientist Rouzbeh Shahsavari and alumnus Navid Sakhavand fi...
<b>Imperfect electrode proves more efficient</b>

Imperfect electrode proves more efficient

Resistive switching memory devices offer several advantages over the currently used computer memory technology. Researchers from the MIPT Atomic Layer Deposition Lab have joined forces with colleagues from Korea to study the impact of elect...
<b>Small: hydrogen etched bifunctional sulfur rich defect res2 / cc electrocatalyst for efficient water </b>

Small: hydrogen etched bifunctional sulfur rich defect res2 / cc electrocatalyst for efficient water

The energy crisis environmental pollution of are becoming increasingly serious. A clean sustainable energy hydrogen (H2) is urgently needed to replace chemical fuels. Hydrogen production from electrolytic water is a promising technology. The...
<b>Zebrafish embryos help prove what happens to nanoparticles in the blood</b>

Zebrafish embryos help prove what happens to nanoparticles in the blood

What happens to the nanoparticles when they are injected into the bloodstream, for example, to destroy solid tumours? Researchers are now ready to tackle such a challenging question using zebrafish embryos as a new study model in nanomedicin...
<b>A Sensitive Method to Detect 'Charge Traps' in Organic Semiconductors</b>

A Sensitive Method to Detect 'Charge Traps' in Organic Semiconductors

Scientists at Swansea University have developed a very sensitive method to detect the tiny signatures of so called 'charge traps' in organic semiconductors. The research, published in Nature Communications and supported by the Welsh Governm...
<b>New research uses 3D printing technology to "print" miniature kidneys</b>

New research uses 3D printing technology to "print" miniature kidneys

an international research team uses a new biological 3D printing technology to rapidly "print" a large number of micro kidney organs in the laboratory which is expected to be applied in the related research of human organ transplantation in...
<b>Researchers develop a novel graphene-vanadium flexible hybrid battery/supercapacitor</b>

Researchers develop a novel graphene-vanadium flexible hybrid battery/supercapacitor

Researchers at the Graphene Integrated Functional Technologies (GIFT) Research Cluster at Queen’s University in Canada have developed a novel graphene-based flexible hybrid battery–supercapacitor device. The device consists of high spec...