Novel approaches in treating neurodegenerative disorders

The main nerve system (CNS) is the most important part of our body, controling different type of day-to-day activities that are important for our life cycle. Keeping the balance... Read more »

Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation is awarded grant from the Good Food Institute

(LOS ANGELES) – The Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI) has actually been awarded a grant by The Good Food Institute (GFI) to establish a unique and reliable technique... Read more »

Above the noise | Livescience.Tech! Science News

IMAGE: Deep knowing assists scientists to discover concealed functions in resistive pulse signals in nanopore picking up of nanoscale items. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Scientists from... Read more »

Discovery of huge Raman scattering at atomic point contact

IMAGE: Figure 1 (a) Illustration of the experiment. (b) Scanning electron micrograph of a Ag suggestion (top) and scanning tunneling microscopy image of the Si(111)-7×7 surface area. (c) Atomic point... Read more »

World’s first fiber-optic ultrasonic imaging probe for future nanoscale disease diagnostics

IMAGE: Concept art revealing the 3D mapping of tiny things by the phonon probe system. The optical fiber consists of a metal layer on its idea and jobs red laser... Read more »

Nondestructive characterization technique helps gallium nitride crystal developments

IMAGE: Measurement system and observation picture of TDs in GaN semiconductor by multiphoton excitation photoluminescence technique. TDs are observed as dark lines. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka – Gallium... Read more »

AI agent helps identify material properties faster

A group headed by Dr. Phillip M. Maffettone (presently at National Synchrotron Light Source II in Upton, USA) and Professor Andrew Cooper from the Department of Chemistry and Materials... Read more »

Transforming circles into squares | Livescience.Tech! Science News

IMAGE: Researchers encoded patterns and styles into the product by making small, undetectable tweaks to the geometry of the triangular lattice. view more  Credit: (Image thanks to Shucong Li/Bolei Deng/Harvard... Read more »

Nanoparticles reveal their location via mirror SELFI

Can a mirror turn an orange into a doughnut? The response is absolutely no in the genuine (macro) world. But at the nanoscale, a mirror can turn an “orange”... Read more »

Cohesive circuit protection for wearable electronics

IMAGE: Water is harmful to electronic gadgets due to the fact that it quickly triggers brief circuits and mishaps, such as overheating/ignition. By finish electronic circuits with cellulose nanofibers (CNFs),... Read more »