Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Composite surface has features that can move microparticles, mix droplets, repel biofilms and more.
'HAMR’ can walk on land, swim, and walk underwater.
Though only one nine thousandth of the planet's biomass, humans have an outsized impact on Earth.
Nano cages could have applications in mesoscale material assembly, as well as medical diagnosis and therapeutics.
“Hairy” nanoparticles key to a more powerful and safer lithium battery
Graphene electrodes could enable higher quality imaging of brain cell activity
Researchers have succeeded in generating quantum entanglement between two quantum chips faster than the entanglement is lost.
Cornell’s new pyrolysis kiln – the largest of its kind at a U.S. university – opened May 24.
Researchers engineered a cell-like structure that harnesses photosynthesis to perform designer reactions
Nanoscale structures based on ones found in nature make eye implants more effective and last longer