Linux And C In The Browser

There was a time when trying to learn to write low-level driver or kernel code was hard. You really needed two machines: one to work with, and one to screw up over and over again until you got it right. These days you can just spin up a virtual machine and roll it back every … Read more

Fastest carbon dioxide catcher heralds new age for direct air capture

May 28, 2022 (Nanwerk News) Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have a new carbon capture system which removes carbon dioxide directly from the developed atmosphere with an impressive performance. Isophorone diamine (IPDA) in a “liquid-solid phase separation” system was found to remove carbon dioxide at the low concentrations contained in the atmosphere with 99% efficiency … Read more

Upconversion-based nanosensor for chemotherapy drug detection

May 28, 2022 (Nanwerk News) As an important regional antidote for protecting the urinary system of chemotherapy patients, mesna needs to be monitored in real-time to ensure the curative effect. Fluorescence method is a powerful tool in real-time detection with the advantage of fast response and visualization. However, background interference limits its application in biological … Read more

Flexible carbon nanotube sheet sensor for in-pipe water quality monitoring

May 28, 2022 (Nanwerk News) Scientists from Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), in collaboration with Osaka University, Chuo University, Eindhoven University of Technology and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology have developed a non-destructive sheet sensor for liquid quality monitoring (Science Advances“Stretchable broadband photo-sensor sheets for nonsampling, source-free, and label-free chemical monitoring … Read more

Objects can now be 3D-printed in opaque resin

May 28, 2022 (Nanwerk News) Back in 2017, engineers at EPFL’s Laboratory of Applied Photonic Devices (LAPD), within the School of Engineering, designed a 3D printer capable of fabricating objects almost instantaneously. Now, five years later, the team has improved their printing machine and method, and can produce objects made out of opaque resin – … Read more

Nanotechnology Now – Press Release: A sunlight-driven “self-healing” anti-corrosion coating

Home > Press > A sunlight-driven “self-healing” anti-corrosion coating CORROSION PROTECTION MECHANISM OF THE INTACT, DAMAGED AND HEALED SHCS CREDIT ZHIFENG LIN, WEIHUA LI Abstract:Metal materials directly exposed to air, water or other corrosive media are prone to damaged due to various physical and chemical changes, causing huge resource waste and environmental problem. A protective … Read more

Nanotechnology Now – Press Release: New route to build materials out of tiny particles

Home > Press > New route to build materials out of tiny particles Four cubic colloids made from glass CREDIT TU Delft Abstract:Researcher Laura Rossi and her group at TU Delft have found a new way to build synthetic materials out of tiny glass particles – so-called colloids. Together with their colleagues from Queen’s University … Read more

Nanotechnology Now – Press Release: Nanoscale chemically ordered-disordered domains in Fe3Pt alloys and their three-dimensional interface and lattice strain

Home > Press > Nanoscale chemically ordered-disordered domains in Fe3Pt alloys and their three-dimensional interface and lattice strain The three-dimensional distribution of the Fe3Pt alloys prepared in this study with different degrees of chemical ordering is plotted in the figure (top). The size of ordered/disordered nanodomains and the lattice strain observed by high-resolution transmission electron … Read more

Nanotechnology Now – Press Release: Observation of fractional exclusion statistics in quantum critical matter

Home > Press > Observation of fractional exclusion statistics in quantum critical matter Figure 1. Quantum critical matter and fractional exclusion statistics. (a) Interacting bosons at quantum criticality. (b) Ideal particles with FES. CREDIT ©Science China Press Abstract:A quantum system consisting of a large number of microscopic particles obeys statistical laws at the macroscopic level. … Read more