Scientists have created a tiny crystal that can turn darkness into light - ScienceAlert

For the first time, scientists in Australia have created a light-bending nano crystal that& 500 times smaller than a human hair, and it could be used to create the future of ultra-light night vision glasses.

GREEN SHEEN  The green hairstreak butterfly’s color is due to a nanoscale surface on its wings that reflects light. Researchers have now re-created this structure in the lab.  ~~ ATOSF/ISTOCKPHOTO

GREEN SHEEN The green hairstreak butterfly’s color is due to a nanoscale surface on its wings that reflects light. Researchers have now re-created this structure in the lab.

Researchers from the University of Montreal have constructed a 5 nanometer wide DNA nanothermometer that could lead to measuring temperature for nanotechnologies.

A Nanothermometer Thinner Than Hair Made With Programmable DNA

IBM's new computer chips can fit 30 billion transistors on your fingertip - ScienceAlert

IBM researchers have announced a brand new way of manufacturing computer chips, one that will see 30 billion transistors packed into a space the size of a fingernail, and give a serious boost to the processing power we need.

Synthetic nanoparticles achieve the complexity of protein molecules

Chemists at Carnegie Mellon University have demonstrated that synthetic nanoparticles can achieve the same level of structural complexity, hierarchy and accuracy as their natural counterparts - biomolecules.

Nano 'hall of mirrors' causes molecules to mix with light

When a molecule emits a blink of light, it doesn't expect it to ever come back. However researchers have now managed to place single molecules in such a tiny optical cavity that emitted photons, or particles of light, return .

A vaccine made of nanoparticles has shown promising results in cancerous mice and in three melanoma patients.

How cognitive technology is advancing the early detection of melanoma. Advertisement Feature presented by IBM.

Carbon nanotube 'wires' self-assemble in electric field Introducing 'Teslaphoresis', where a Tesla coil and antenna remotely force powdered carbon nanotubes to assemble into electricity-conducting wires. Belinda Smith reports.   Carbon nanotube 'wires' self-assemble in electric field | Cosmos

Scientists at Rice University have discovered that the strong force field emitted by a Tesla coil causes carbon nanotubes to self-assemble into long wires, a phenomenon they call "Teslaphoresis.

A new approach to treating allergies could could not only prevent them, but also strengthen the body's immune system.

Preventing the Common Cold with Probiotics? Though prebiotics may be preferable, probiotics may reduce the risk of upper respiratory tract infections.

Gold 'DNA Nanowires' Could Power Genetic Computers.

Gold 'DNA Nanowires' Could Power Genetic Computers

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