Recently, we found a popular TEDTalk by researcher Joshua Smith who is developing a nanobiotechnology “cancer alarm” to scan for traces of disease in the form of special biomarkers called exosomes. His dream is to revolutionise cancer detection and save lives.
We found an article titled ‘A revolutionary atom-thin semiconductor for electronics‘ on phys.org that we thought would be good to share with you. A two-dimensional material developed by Bayreuth physicist Prof. Dr. Axel Enders together with international partners could revolutionize electronics. Atom-thin semiconductors are no longer the stuff of science fiction, rather a reality now […]
We found a very interesting article titled ’Nanofibre matrix sends stem cells sprawling in all directions’ by New Atlas that we thought would be good to share with you. The latest breakthrough in stem cell research comes from Japanese researchers and Kyoto University. They have developed a nanofibre matrix for culturing human stem cells, that […]
Nanotechnologists deal with materials incredibly small and complex, and it’s exciting to see the scientific breakthroughs continue apace in 2016/17 – especially in biomedicine and pollution remediation. I’m really excited by the new innovative companies and researchers turning this science into practical products – it seems advanced materials have turned a corner with uses moving […]
Created with the help of nanotechnology, say hello to these breakthrough SuperBatteries with an immense long life, low on heating and guaranteed not to explode. Isn’t it annoying to have to replace batteries in games, remotes, and other electrical devices, especially when you have to do it every month? Thanks to HE3DA, a Prague-based company, […]
Here is news of a breakthrough research on nano-spacecrafts – an article titled ‘Sustainable nano-spacecraft explored by researchers’ featured on techxplore.com that we thought would be good to share with you. So, self-healing chips? Healing after radiation damage? This ability would provide major success in interstellar travel and spacecraft according to reports. Scientists at NASA […]
MIT News and World Economic Forum published a very interesting article titled – ‘Inside very tiny tubes, water is doing the complete opposite of what you’d expect’ – that we thought would be good to share with you. It is well-known that water at sea level starts to boil at 212 degrees Fahrenheit, or 100 […]
Revolution Fibres’ Dr. Bhuvana Kannan is second author on a recently published article titled: ‘Biofunctionalizing nanofibers with carbohydrate blood group antigens’. The full pdf can be downloaded here. For a peek into the research and getting an understanding of Kode technology, please watch the video below.
Phone batteries have drastically improved over the years, however, scientists at the University of Central Florida have reached the next evolution of battery chargers. They have developed a very thin, flexible supercapacitor which offers high energy density, and works well for electronic devices becoming more powerful but reducing in size. “We developed a simple chemical […]
Cosmos featured a very interesting article, ‘The future of brain and machine is intertwined, and it’s already here,’ which highlights a promising future of neurological connections between the brain and machine. This technology is helpful for victims of severe strokes or other neurological damage experiencers who suffer from locked-in syndrome; they are fully conscious but […]