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Bumpy surfaces and graphene to dissipate heat

Bumpy surfaces and graphene to dissipate heat | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Bumpy surfaces separated by a layer of graphene could help dissipate heat in next generation microelectronic devices, according to Rice University scientists.
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Des batteries qui se rechargent en quelques secondes

Des batteries qui se rechargent en quelques secondes | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Des batteries capables de se recharger en quelques secondes, tout en offrant une autonomie vingt fois supérieures à celle des batteries lithium-ion traditionnelles ? C'est ce que des chercheurs [...]
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Graphene enables fully flexible near-field communication antennas

Graphene enables fully flexible near-field communication antennas | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Graphene enables fully flexible near-field communication antennas
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Cotton coated in graphene-based ink may support a sustainable, cheap wearable

Cotton coated in graphene-based ink may support a sustainable, cheap wearable | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
The 2D wonder material graphene has shown so much potential in the lab that the University of Cambridge founded an entire center in its names.
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Graphene speaker technology promises 50% more battery life for your portable audio devices

Graphene speaker technology promises 50% more battery life for your portable audio devices | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Montreal-based tech startup Ora Sound believes it has a design and process that could bring graphene-based speaker membranes to the mass market. Insanely lightweight and strong, the Grapheneq​ speaker cones could extend battery life on portable devices by up to 50 percent.
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Gold supraspheres for host-guest chemistry - nanotechweb.org

Gold supraspheres for host-guest chemistry - nanotechweb.org | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Areas such as catalysis, sensing, environmental clean-ups and medicine might benefit.
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iconnect007 :: Article Nanotechnology Enables Powerful and Portable Sterilization Equipment

iconnect007 :: Article Nanotechnology Enables Powerful and Portable Sterilization Equipment | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
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Antibiotics that ‘bomb’ microbes developed - Ahmedabad Mirror

Antibiotics that ‘bomb’ microbes developed - Ahmedabad Mirror | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Scientists from IISc, Bengaluru, and Bose Institute of Kolkata evolve them with nanotechnology; say antibiotics can be delivered at particular location
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Graphene-fed silkworms produce super-strong, electrically conductive silk | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

Graphene-fed silkworms produce super-strong, electrically conductive silk | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Graphene-fed silkworms produce super-strong, electrically conductive silk - The new material could be used to make clothes with embedded electronics, stronger smart fabrics, and even medical implants.
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Nanobiotix flags up cancer vaccine potential of nanoparticle treatment

Nanobiotix flags up cancer vaccine potential of nanoparticle treatment | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Nanobiotix SA (EPA:NANO) - A cancer vaccine would be a huge new departure for NBTXR3, as its development so far has been into the potential as an adjunct to radiotherapy.
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Graphene plasmons reach the infrared

Graphene plasmons reach the infrared | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Graphene's unique properties can be both a blessing and a curse to researchers, especially to those at the intersection of optical and electronic applications. These single-atom thick sheets feature highly mobile electron
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Une méthode pour conserver les vaccins à température ambiante

Une méthode pour conserver les vaccins à température ambiante | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Trois procédés simples et peu coûteux ont permis de conserver des vaccins antiviraux à température ambiante pendant plusieurs mois.
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Producing Perfect Graphene Coatings

Producing Perfect Graphene Coatings | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Graphene is an ultra-thin material that is just a single carbon atom in thickness, and has the potential to be used impressive applications such as friction-free, wear-resistant coatings. But first, large sheets of graphene have to be manufactured under precisely controlled conditions.
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Using thermal measurement to improve cancer therapy outcomes

Using thermal measurement to improve cancer therapy outcomes | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Using thermal measurement to improve cancer therapy outcomes
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A Nanoparticle Boost for Solar-powered Water Heating

A Nanoparticle Boost for Solar-powered Water Heating | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
A highly-efficient, nanoparticle-based method for heating water and generating water vapor from sunlight is demonstrated by WPI-MANA scientists.
Solar energy could provide a renewable, sustainab
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Graphene Solar Absorber Could Enable Cheap Thermal Desalination

Graphene Solar Absorber Could Enable Cheap Thermal Desalination | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Researchers is a step toward a low-cost, portable water desalination system suited for developing countries and remote areas
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Nanotechnology Now - Press Release: Nanotechnology Treatment Found to Inhibit Mesothelioma Tumor Growth

The search for a cure for mesothelioma is in no way limited to the shores of the United States. The toxic impact of asbestos is felt internationally, with the highest incidence of malignant mesothelioma per capita being found in Australia, where over 700 new cases are diagnosed each year. According to the country’s Asbestos Diseases Research Institute (ADRI) more than 10,000 Australians have died of mesothelioma since the early 1980s and the organization expects another 25,000 to be lost over the next forty years. But ADRI researchers have teamed up with a New Zealand-born associate professor at the University of Sydney Medical School, Dr. Glen Reid, along with a Sydney-based biotech company called EnGelIC to research the way that the disease responds to chemotherapeutic drugs and find a better solution. What they’ve come up with is a “futuristic new drug delivery system that relies on nanotechnology and guiding antibodies” The bottom line – they’ve found that it works.
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Superlattice of single-atom magnets aims for ultimate limit of high-density data storage

Superlattice of single-atom magnets aims for ultimate limit of high-density data storage | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—Scientists have fabricated a superlattice of single-atom magnets on graphene with a density of 115 terabits per square inch, suggesting that the configuration could lead to next-generation storage media.
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Nanotechnology enables powerful and portable sterilization equipment

Nanotechnology enables powerful and portable sterilization equipment | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Nanotechnology enables powerful and portable sterilization equipment
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Gold nanoparticle cancer therapy reduces toxic chemotherapy effects

Gold nanoparticle cancer therapy reduces toxic chemotherapy effects | Nanoparticules & Poudres fines | Scoop.it
Gold nanoparticle cancer therapy reduces toxic chemotherapy effects
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