The material is so black that even when crumpled, it still looks completely flat. Continue reading →
Scientists have wound carbon nanotube composite yarns around lithium-ion battery fibers and woven them into cotton fiber to create a battery.
The researchers took the unusual step of applying the flexible sensors to plants and insects to see if the devices could detect nerve gas.
A copper-based catalyst breaks apart a key chemical bond in the class of nerve agents called organophosphates. Continue reading →
A low-tech solution has been found to make industrial-scale graphene.
A molecular box folds and unfolds in a way that improves the energy-storing capacity of hydrogen fuel cells.
The motor could be useful for delivering drugs to specific areas in the body, among other tasks. Continue reading →
Carbon nanotubes help keep personal safety fashion-forward. Continue reading →
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