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Nanomaterials news, June 2014

TiO2 nanocrystals on carbon nanosheets

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Nanocrystalline titania for smart windows

Nanocrytsalline titanium dioxide is a promising material for the next generation of “smart windows”, according to new results from researchers in India.

Making hydrophobic fullerenes amphiphilic for technological applications.

Researchers from Brown have simplified matters by using a stiff, rod-like virus instead of DNA to experiment with nanopores.

Leading materials scientists join the conference.

Free access to presentations spanning thermal analysis techniques.

Free access to conference presentations, covering biosensors, graphene and diamond.

Development of a new generation of nanoporous metal foams for use in energy storage applications

A large international team shows that the electronic properties of graphene change dramatically.

Carbon are not the only nanotubes, boron nitride nanotubes are compared and shown to have contrasting frictional properites at the nanoscale

Scientists have developed a method using DNA origami to turn one-dimensional nano materials into two dimensions.

The best of materials science news from May 2014.

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