The Dutch university medical center at Maastricht UMC+ and the German Max-Planck and KIT institutes have announced a scientific breakthrough in magnetic deep brain stimulation.
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Israeli and Finnish scientists have designed a nano-hinge that can open and close with the use of light.
The higher efficiency of this material also makes it possible to retrofit the insulation in existing buildings without sacrificing interior space or modifying the facade.
According to the German scientists who have developed this method, it could become a standard application for optical detection of infections on implants in the future.
Universities of Uppsala and Mainz are working separately on a drug against the covid-19 virus. The Swedish medicine is aimed at slowing down the virus, the German medicine is focused on prevention.
"If we don't act, antibiotic-resistant infections threaten to become the leading cause of death worldwide by the year 2050."
A protective layer of graphite nanoplates on implants can prevent infections in patients. That is what scientists at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have […]
A nanosensor has been developed that can trace biomarkers for cancer in the blood that are difficult to detect. It is a scientific variant of […]
A considerable part of the Earth’s surface is not easily accessible via GSM signals; in some places there is a poor internet connection or no […]
250,000 Europeans suffer from Crohn’s disease. More than 700,000 patients are in the United States. There are also thousands more in Japan, Australia and Canada. […]
Without nanotechnology, hardly anything is possible in many areas of everyday life anymore, because, with the help of nanotechnology, techniques, structures, and systems can be […]
A young and brand new Italian start-up aims to revolutionize water treatment processes with carbon nanotubes. Innovacarbon specializes in nanotechnology and they aim to resolve all kinds […]
For small injuries such as cuts or abrasions, there are plasters that are put on the wound. The rest is done by the body’s own […]
Unique nanomesh combines high porosity, unprecedented surface-to-volume ratio and ease of manufacturing More efficient batteries, better catalytic converters, fuel cells and hydrogen production: that’s (part […]
Erik Bakkers, Professor of Advanced Nanomaterials & Devices, focuses his research on a new nanomaterial and thereby hopes to conclusively demonstrate the teleportation of Majorana […]
Researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology and DIFFER have developed a nanolaser that provides light in all directions. The fact that the laser gives […]
It almost sounds like a utopia: When a molecular motor can be operated with just light, regardless of the ambient temperature. But beware, anyone who […]
DELFT/EINDHOVEN, 19 November – No doubt, this what consumers all over the world are waiting for: phone sensors that measure air quality, tiny solar panels […]
A new nano-immune therapy that programs the immune system offers hope for patients who, after an organ transplant, have to take many medications to combat […]
Eindhoven network of nanowires gives particles the space to exchange places In Nature today an international team of researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology, Delft […]