Google
Current category: technology

Scientists developed ‘cyberwood’ sensor from tobacco

Written on:March 31, 2015
ETH scientists used cells form the tobacco plant to build the by far most sensitive temperature sensor. (Illustration: Daniele Flo / ETH Zurich)

Atomic chicken-wire is key to faster DNA Sequencing

Written on:March 31, 2015
Graphene

High-tech method allows rapid imaging of functions in living brain

Written on:March 31, 2015
Fast functional photoacoustic microscopy of the mouse brain

Researchers develop bendable digital displays using bionanotechnology

Written on:March 31, 2015
flexiblescreens_225x225

Using Viruses To Help Water Blow Off Steam

Written on:March 30, 2015
TMV-zoom-crop

Simple method of binding pollutants in water

Written on:March 30, 2015
Tiny polymeric particles that bind pollutants from the water are imbed-ded in the porous carrier structure of the membrane adsorbers
© Fraunhofer IGB

Soon, chocolate to get more healthier and delicious

Written on:March 27, 2015
Comments
are closed
chocolate-healthier-tastier

Researchers developed Fast Wound Healing Therapy using Nanoparticle

Written on:March 27, 2015
Comments
are closed
Imaging of burns indicates that those treated with the FL2 inhibitor nanotechnology experienced collagen deposition and hair follicle formation. (2-photo confocal microscopy)
Credit: Vera DesMarais/Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Fire fighting technology using sound waves

Written on:March 27, 2015
Comments
are closed
fire

Carbon nanotube fibers make superior links to brain

Written on:March 27, 2015
Comments
are closed
Pairs of carbon nanotube fibers have been tested for potential use as implantable electrodes to treat patients with neurological disorders like Parkinson's disease.
Courtesy of the Pasquali Lab