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Nanomedicine development guided by FRET imaging

Publication date: February 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 18 Author(s): Danielle M. Charron, Gang ZhengNano-bio interactions are dynamic, interrelated, and overwhelmingly influence nanomedicine efficacy. Molecular imaging techniques such as fluorescence are essential for illuminating the nano-bio interface to guide nanomedicine development. With...

Glucose monitoring in sweat and tears no stretch for new biosensors

Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19

Remote-controlled DNA nanodevice only on when needed

Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19

Design of structural and functional nanomaterials for lithium-sulfur batteries

Publication date: February 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 18 Author(s): Jungjin Park, Seung-Ho Yu, Yung-Eun SungOver the last decade, lithium–sulfur (Li–S) batteries have been extensively studied because of the abundance of sulfur, their environmental benignity, and high gravimetric (2600 W h kg−1) and volumetric (2800 W h L−1) energy densities....

Shining a light on graphene boosts hydrogen generation

Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19

Ceramic nanoparticles turn light around

Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19

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Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19

Nanoscale active matter matters: Challenges and opportunities for self-propelled nanomotors

Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19 Author(s): Ibon SantiagoProgress in nanotechnology has enabled the synthesis of active particles that can harness chemical energy and translate it into useful work. Catalytic self-propelled motors have implications for understanding out-of-equilibrium systems and have potential applications...

Heterogeneous catalysis by gold and gold-based bimetal nanoclusters

Publication date: February 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 18 Author(s): Jianbo Zhao, Rongchao JinGold and gold-based bimetallic catalysts have shown great potential for many important chemical transformation reactions owing to their good activity and high selectivity under relatively mild conditions. However, elucidating their structure-property...

Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide hybrid materials for energy applications

Publication date: April 2018Source:Nano Today, Volume 19 Author(s): Nitin Choudhary, Md Ashraful Islam, Jung Han Kim, Tae-Jun Ko, Anthony Schropp, Luis Hurtado, Dylan Weitzman, Lei Zhai, Yeonwoong JungTwo-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides (2D TMDs) possess a rich set of extraordinary structural, chemical, electrical,...

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