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New Type Of Electronic Device Suggested By Ballistic Transport In Graphene
2014-02-06 11:59:13

Using electrons more like photons could provide the foundation for a new type of electronic device that would capitalize on the ability of graphene to carry electrons with almost no resistance even at room temperature – a property known as ballistic transport.

2014-02-06 08:24:33

RED BANK, N.J., Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Som N.

2014-02-06 08:22:23

SAN MARCOS, Texas, Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Quantum Materials Corp.

2014-01-30 23:01:33

The report continues the firm’s coverage of the transparent conductor space and especially ITO alternatives.

2014-01-29 23:22:25

“NanoMaterials Ltd.” has published its yearly "2013 Test Compilation Report” for one of its leading products, the GH-X Extreme Pressure (EP) Anti-Wear (AW) / Anti-Friction (AF) Paste

2014-01-29 08:36:45

World's largest lithium-ion battery maker invests in graphene manufacturer LANSING, Mich., Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- XG Sciences, Inc.

2014-01-28 08:23:43

Using carbon nanotubes, Arovex HT is a highly toughened prepreg that improves the durability of carbon fiber products COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan.

2014-01-27 23:03:23

Research published in OSA’s Biomedical Optics Express describes process for safely inserting silk-covered nanodiamonds into cells. Washington (PRWEB) January

Silk And Diamonds Makes New Imaging And Drug Delivery Tool
2014-01-27 13:02:06

Silk and diamonds aren't just for ties and jewelry anymore. They're ingredients for a new kind of tiny glowing particle that could provide doctors and researchers with a novel technique for biological imaging and drug delivery.

New Quantum Dots Bring New Era Of Electronics Operating On Single-atom Level
2014-01-27 11:14:03

New types of solotronic structures, including the world's first quantum dots containing single cobalt ions, have been created and studied at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw.


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