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rechargeable batteries

Building Better Batteries by Borrowing from Biology

A research team at Osaka University has reported a new advance in the design of materials for use in rechargeable batteries, under high humidity...
tactile sensingvideo

Feeling the Pressure with Universal Tactile Imaging

Touch, or tactile sensing, is fundamentally important for a range of real-life applications, from robotics to surgical medicine to sports science. Tactile sensors are...
Thermoelectric Nanowire

Powered by Windows: Enhanced Power Factor in Transparent Thermoelectric Nanowire Materials

Research points Thermoelectric generation from temperature difference in window glass is anticipated as an innovative energy source. Low-cost and environmentally-friendly transparent materials with high...
Organic semiconductor

Controlling Organic Semiconductor Band Gaps by Electron-Acceptor Fluorination

Organic semiconductor materials have the potential to be used in innovative applications such as transparent and flexible devices, and their low cost makes their...
quantum dots

Two Quantum Dots Are Better Than One: Using One Dot to...

Quantum dots are nanometer-sized boxes that have attracted huge scientific interest for use in nanotechnology because their properties obey quantum mechanics and are requisites...
Photoluminescent Nanoparticles

Environmentally Friendly Photoluminescent Nanoparticles for More Vivid Display Colors

Most current displays do not always accurately represent the world's colors as we perceive them by eye, instead only representing roughly 70% of them....
Bone Marrow

Brain Cancer Potentially Resists Immunotherapies by Trapping T Cells in Bone...

Certain brain cancers are associated with low numbers of immune system T-cells circulating in the peripheral blood. Low T-cell numbers can be a side-effect...
autonomous device

Autonomous Gene Expression Control Nanodevice Will Contribute to Medical Care

Gene expression is a fundamental of life, where each cell switches on and off specific genes. Thus, an autonomous device that could control the...
organic photovoltaic

Technique to Easily Fabricate Ceramic Films Used as OPV Inter-Layers Developed

As environmental and energy issues have become increasingly aggravated in recent years, photovoltaic (PV) cells are drawing attention as a new energy source. However,...
brain function

Brain Function Partly Replicated by Nanomaterials

The brain requires surprisingly little energy to adapt to the environment to learn, make ambiguous recognitions, have high recognition ability and intelligence, and perform...
electrochromic

Electronic Paper Made of “Real” Paper

Osaka University-led researchers developed technology to combine “a transparent paper” with high transparency (90% of visible-light transmittance of paper made from cellulose nanofibers) and...
Portable ionic current sensor

Portable Ionic Current Sensor Developed

A group of researchers from the Graduate School of Engineering at Nagoya University, the Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering at Kyushu University, and...
DNA repair

Snapshot of DNA Repair

DNA is like the computer code of the body, and it must be preserved for our bodies to survive. Yet, as cells grow and...
EEG Headset

Imec and Holst Centre Introduce EEG Headset for Emotion Detection

At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) taking place in Las Vegas, Nev. Jan. 9-12, 2018, imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in...
Fluorescent proteins

Bright and Stable: New Acid-Tolerant Green Fluorescent Protein for Bioimaging

Visualizing cellular components and processes at the molecular level is important for understanding the basis of any biological activity. Fluorescent proteins (FPs) are one...
artificial intelligence

Technique to Allow AI to Learn Words in the Flow of...

A group of researchers at Osaka University has developed a new method for dialogue systems*1. This new method, lexical acquisition through implicit confirmation, is...
Bowel Diseases

CD4 T Cells, Xenobiotic Transporters, and Metabolites in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Our immune system protects our bodies from numerous pathogenic microbes and toxins in the environment. The system comprises innate (non-specific) and adaptive (acquired) immunity....
Thermoelectric Power Generation

Thermoelectric Power Generation at Room Temperature: Coming Soon?

Thermoelectric (TE) materials could play a key role in future technologies. Although the applications of these remarkable compounds have long been explored, they are...
tadpole

Gene Shown to Induce Undifferentiated Cells During Tadpole Tail Regeneration

A group of researchers at the University of Tokyo found that a particular gene, interleukin-11, functions as a key factor in inducing and maintaining...
carbon nanotube

Creative Use of Noise Brings Bio-Inspired Electronic Improvement

In conventional electronics, a great deal of effort is devoted to eliminating stochastic resonance (SR) -- the annoying hiss that generally hinders the detection...