Latest nanotechnology News

Research to limit COVID-19 risk in people with Down syndrome
Gold Star For Green Fluidic Device
New Fulbright scholar unlocking the mystery of static electricity
Raelians celebrate ‘International Day of Paradism’, advocating for a future without labor and money
2024 edition of Amcor Lift-Off initiative now accepting applications
Scientists grow human mini-lungs as animal alternative for nanomaterial safety testing
Course for veterans to expand microchip workforce in New York state
Synchrotron techniques provide insights into swifter battery charging
Nano Solution For Removing Toxic Dyes
Fast-charging Lithium-sulphur Batteries On Horizon
Pelvic Organ Prolapse Cure Comes Closer
Fast Five With Mark Vidallon
Transcript: The launch of the St Vincent’s Discovery and Innovation campaign by Professor Chennupati Jagadish
Discovering the molecular recognition of technological solids by mutant self-assembling peptides
What did electron ‘say’ to phonon in graphene sandwich?
Building a DNA nanoparticle to be both carrier and medicine
Fatty acids hold clue to creating memories
Machine Learning Guides Carbon Nanotechnology
Cornell, partners to supercharge NYS microchip industry
Bright ideas attract major funding
Nanotech takes on orthopedics
Polyethylene waste could be thing of past
Turning back clock on brains aged by Covid
PolyU researchers develops novel selenium nanoparticles for managing postmenopausal osteoporosis
Liquid metals shake up century-old chemical engineering processes
Nanotechnology creates World’s Smallest Kiwi
UQ to establish world leading mRNA lab
Swinburne shines in ARWU Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2023
We built a ‘brain’ from tiny silver wires. It learns in real time, more efficiently than computer-based AI
Support For Victorian Medical Research Powers On
Professor Michelle Simmons explores The Atomic Revolution in her first Boyer Lecture
Plasma jet tech transforms microalgae
Taste of future: crafting new dairy products
Queensland and Japan universities to continue energy innovation
Salt water-degradable plastics to help oceans
Ultrathin nanotech promises to help tackle antibiotic resistance
Griffith DECRAs dream big in latest $86m funding round
Nanoneedle breakthrough gives hope for cheaper cancer treatment
Controversial ‘forever chemicals’ could be phased out in Australia under new restrictions. Here’s what you need to know
Mineralization of bone matrix regulates tumor cell growth
New technology promises rapid and reliable development of new diagnostic tests
Researchers craft ‘origami DNA’ to control virus assembly
ARC Linkage grant will use synchrotron techniques to analyse and evaluate innovative battery technology
Experiments reveal water can “talk” to electrons in graphene
Yeast dust makes cheap, fast virus test
Two innovative research teams win Royal Society of Chemistry’s prestigious Horizon Prizes
Biodegradable bags to revolutionise mushroom farming
Nanoparticles deliver brain cancer treatment