Nanoethics on the World Wide Web is a centralized resource for teaching materials on social and ethical issues related to nanotechnology. This site features original case studies and white papers as well as a compilation of existing materials from around the web.
Lithium-doped graphene approaches the limits of transparency and conductivity, Transparent conductive coatings pervade modern technology. They are a critical component of optoelectronic devices such as smartphone and tablet displays as well as solar cells. The search for novel transparent electrode materials with good stability, high transparency and excellent conductivity is driven by the required trade-off between transparency and conductivity. In new work, researchers now have simultaneously increased the conductivity and transparency of ultra thin graphite by lithium intercalation.read more
Quenching the world's water and energy crises, one tiny droplet at a time, In pursuit of beetle biomimicry, nano engineers develop new, textured materials to trap and channel small amounts of liquid.
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