Tag Archives: nanotechnology

Cheap, Efficient Metal-Based Solar Cells May Soon Be Available

Scientists from Rice University, via a path-breaking research discovered a new way, which solar-panel designers could utilize to include light-seizing nanomaterials into future designs. Bob Zheng who is a graduate of Rice’s Laboratory for Nanophotonics (LANP) and Alejandro Manjayacas who is a postdoctoral research associate, fostered a procedure that solar-engineers could utilize to establish the electricity-manufacturing capability for any arrangement ...

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Indian Origin Researcher Comes Closer to Invisibility Watch

Right from the days of film "Mr India", the enthusiasm to explore the possibility of invenitn an invisibility cloak that would bend light around an object and makes it invisible to the naked eye is gaining momentum. Debashis Chanda and his team at the University of Central Florida have managed to create an artificial nanostructure that can do the job, ...

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‘Electronic Skin’: New Hope for Parkinson’s or Epilepsy Patients is Here

Here is a tattoo-like thin wearable device that can store your body information and deliver medicine to your body, besides collecting patient health, treatment and monitoring at one time. Researchers in the US have created an ‘electronic skin’ that can store and transmit data about a person’s movements, receive diagnostic information and release drugs into skin. The technology could aid ...

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