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- 2017 highlights from IOP Materials
We bring you the highlights nanoscale science and technology research in 2017 from IOP Publishing's materials portfolio.
- Non-fullerene organic solar cells show speedy charge separation
Mapping the charge transport in new absorber material combinations points scientists on a different path towards efficient carbon-based solar cells.
- Laser-printed anti-bacterial graphene oxide helps regenerate bone
Technique may revolutionize the design of scaffolds for regenerative medicine applications.
- Highlights of 2017
From CO2 catalysis based on solar cells to nanoparticle-enhanced antibiotics, we highlight some of the developments that have made the headlines on nanotechweb.org in 2017. (You can also watch as a mo …
- Weiss oscillations could appear in a 'wrinkled' 2D electron gas
The magnetotransport properties of materials can be tailored by changing their nanostructure geometry.
- Reactive tunnel junctions could make lab-on-a-chip
They might also be used as highly-sensitive sensors and even as integrated light sources.
- Artificial DNA self-assembly goes large
The use of DNA to self-assemble nanoscale objects has scaled up in both structure size and complexity, as well as the quantity produced.
- Sequential delivery combats cancer recurrence and drug resistance
Mesoporous silicon nanoparticles co-deliver chemotherapeutic and genetic drugs with a time lag for more effectively countering cancer-cell protection mechanisms against drugs, as well as inhibiting ce …
- Carbon nanotube films make gigahertz integrated circuits
The breakthrough comes more than 15 years after the first CNT-based ICs made their appearance.