Nanofabrication is the process of creating tiny, intricate structures with mind-boggling precision. This allows us to create devices and materials with unique properties that were once impossible. Nanofabrication has the potential to revolutionize many industries, including medicine, electronics, and energy. For example, nanofabricated sensors can be used to detect disease at an early stage, nanoscale transistors can be used to create faster and more efficient computers and nanostructured solar cells can convert sunlight into electricity more efficiently. Nanofabrication is still in its early stages, but it has the potential to change the world. Scientific researchers, are you ready to explore the possibilities?
Scientists at the Technion have developed a laser that can emit light of a specific spin, paving the way for new applications in quantum information and sensing. The laser is based on a single atomic layer and can operate at room temperature, without the need for strong magnetic fields. This makes it a promising candidate […]
Researchers have developed a new way to synthesize spherical nanosilica materials from agricultural wastes such as bagasse and rice husk ashes. This nanosilica material is highly effective at removing methylene blue, a toxic dye, from water. The new method is much simpler and more cost effective than traditional methods for synthesizing nanosilica. It also uses […]
A new graphene sensor can detect COVID-19 and flu in 10 seconds and could be used to test for other respiratory infections as well. The sensor is made of graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms that is highly sensitive to the presence of viruses. It works by binding to antibodies that are specific to […]