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Fang Zhao said: “People use silicon that has a band gap for semiconductors,” External link

miragenews Tuesday, October 19, 2021 1:09:00 AM CEST

Fang Zhao said: “Opening a sizable band gap on graphene has given rise to intense studies for semiconductor use,” External link

miragenews Tuesday, October 19, 2021 1:09:00 AM CEST

Fang Zhao said: “This process creates much longer hydrogen treatments because of its low graphene damage,” External link

miragenews Tuesday, October 19, 2021 1:09:00 AM CEST

Yevgeny Raitses said: “This spinoff from Ptolemy can now be used for microelectronics, QIS [quantum information science] and other applications,” “The method can also be applied to other 2D materials” External link

miragenews Tuesday, October 19, 2021 1:09:00 AM CEST

Peter Bøggild explains: “We showed in 2019 that circular holes placed with just 12-nanometer spacing turn the semimetallic graphene into a semiconductor. Now we know how to create circular holes and other shapes such as triangles, with nanometer sharp corners. Such patterns can sort electrons based on their spin and create essential components for spintronics or valleytronics. The technique also works on other 2D materials. With these supersmall structures, we may create very compact and electrically tunable metalenses to be used in high-speed communication and biotechnology,” External link

scitechdaily Monday, October 18, 2021 9:36:00 AM CEST

Peter Bøggild explains: “We showed in 2019 that circular holes placed with just 12-nanometer spacing turn the semimetallic graphene into a semiconductor. Now we know how to create circular holes and other shapes such as triangles, with nanometer sharp corners. Such patterns can sort electrons based on their spin and create essential components for spintronics or valleytronics. The technique also works on other 2D materials. With these supersmall structures, we may create very compact and electrically tunable metalenses to be used in high-speed communication and biotechnology,” External link

focustechnica Monday, October 18, 2021 9:05:00 AM CEST

Bruce Tromberg said: “These technologies represent important innovations to address the need for ready access to rapid, low-cost tests everywhere in the country, including in every home,” External link

fiercebiotech Friday, October 15, 2021 6:21:00 PM CEST

Liangfang Zhang says: “This new funding stream will definitely stimulate and support more research and development in the area of antiviral nanomaterials,” External link

scientificamerican Friday, October 15, 2021 1:53:00 PM CEST

Liangfang Zhang says: “There are many different types of virus, and each virus may have different variants,” External link

scientificamerican Friday, October 15, 2021 1:53:00 PM CEST

Christian Sigl says: “The advantage of our shells is the number of virus binders we can attach, and also that we can switch the virus binders very easily,” External link

scientificamerican Friday, October 15, 2021 1:53:00 PM CEST

Richard Feynman said: “I am not afraid to consider the final question as to whether, ultimately – in the great future – we can arrange the atoms the way we want… What would happen if we could arrange the atoms one by one the way we want them? (Within practical limits, you can’t put them so that they are chemically unstable, for example)” External link

innovationnewsnetwork Thursday, October 14, 2021 6:10:00 PM CEST

Pavel Postnikov says: "In comparison with an initial MXene, our material turned out to be more stable by four folds. At the same time, it was hydrophobic," "The research work was fundamental. We demonstrated the principle that our method worked and brought very good results. Further, we intend to develop the method and search for ways of giving MXenes specific properties" External link

sciencex Thursday, October 14, 2021 10:50:00 AM CEST

Alexander Novak said: "In today's world, energy is one of the foundations of socio-economic development," External link

adnkronos Thursday, October 14, 2021 10:09:00 AM CEST

Carlos Portela indique: "La prochaine étape consistera à optimiser l'agencement des entretoises et à employer autre chose que du carbone pour tenter d'améliorer nos résultats" External link

science-et-vie Thursday, October 14, 2021 6:58:00 AM CEST

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