IT Energy Efficiency: Single-Atom Transistor in Gel Electrolyte Reaches the Limit of Miniaturization
Researchers have developed the world's smallest single-atom transistor that consumes very little energy opening new avenues for Information Technology.
Led by Dr. Akhilesh K. Gaharwar, a team at Texas A&M University has developed a method that employs 2D nanoparticles to promote blood vessel growth.
Made up of silver nanowires, this transparent and stretchable loudspeaker can also function as a microphone.
From military to medical usage, these carbon nanotubes could provide a new way to offset cumbersome batteries and electronic gadgets.
Engineers recently developed a cell-sized ultrasound-powered robot with the ability to swim through blood while removing harmful bacteria and other harmful toxins.