The biological environment interacts with nanoparticles, changing their structure and properties and thus their potential toxicity.
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carbon nanodots are a new exciting class of metal-free and carbon-rich fluorescent nanomaterials
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China and USA are front-runners, competitors and collaborators in the field of nanotechnology
12 April 2016Haiyan Dong, Yu Gao, Patrick J. Sinko, Zaisheng Wu, Jianguo Xu, and Lee Jia*
The magnetic properties of plutonium revealed by neutron spectroscopy.
23 July 2015David Bradley
Powerwall batteries for backing up solar power launched by Elon Musk et al.
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Hiroshi Amano discusses his Nobel prize winning research.
22 April 2015Nina Notman
A day not to celebrate.
17 March 2015David Bradley
The term Micro-Transfer Printing (μ-TP) designates the placement of small-scale semiconductor devices: read more about it here.
10 March 2015Benoit Guilhabert and Antonio Trindade
As a winner of the above Materials Today Asia Contribution Award, Han Gao and colleagues discuss their work with us.
19 February 2015Han Gao, Alvin Virya, and Keryn Lian
Cambridge company PragmatIC hoping to integrate circuitry widely
26 January 2015David Bradley
Computational Materials Science paper in Top 100 of most cited research papers of all time.
7 November 2014David Bradley
Blue LEDs wins the 2014 Physics Nobel.
7 October 2014David Bradley
Defect engineering of the thermoelectric material Bi2Te3 via spark plasma sinteringopens up new opportunities in harnessing waste energy.
6 October 2014Pooja Puneet, Ramakrishna Podila, Jian He, Terry Tritt, and Apparao M. Rao
Could organic LEDs be the subject of the 2014 Chemistry Nobel Prize?
30 September 2014David Bradley
Another addition to the thermal analysis contents page and more...
19 September 2014Priyanka Tyagi
Efficient and environmentally friendly LEDs require red-shifting luminescent materials or phosphors to achieve white light.
29 August 2014Philipp Pust, Sebastian Schmiechen, and Wolfgang Schnick