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Nanomaterials news, May 2015

Physicists at the University of Washington have conducted the most precise and controlled measurements yet of carbon surface.

Research to improve the world.

DNA origami scaffolds support building of precisely controlled nanoparticle clusters.

Couple carbon nanotubes as RF quantum dots.

Compressed graphene can be printed onto paper for flexible applications.

Researchers synthesize antibacterial polydopamine-Ag nanocomposite particles for biomedical applications via an easy, green process.

Could compounds extracted from corn husks offer a low-cost route to antibacterial nanoparticles?

Technique of microcombing helps to make carbon nanotube films stronger and more conductive.

Researchers have discovered topologically protected one-dimensional electron conducting channels at the domain walls of bilayer graphene.

New research has revealed four atomic arrangements of a gold nanoparticle cluster.

Researchers have developed new textured surfaces for culturing cells in the lab.

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