A closer look at two next-generation devices for capturing medical data
Study shows particle collisions may explain overheated circuits, improve thermoelectric devices.
Energy storage device could deliver more power than current versions of this technology.
Karen Gleason focuses on modifying surfaces on the nanoscale and translating those improvements to larger areas and higher volume commercial uses.
Technique developed by Dr. Luis Velasquez-Garcia in MTL mass-produces uniform, encapsulated particles for pharmaceuticals, many other uses.
Measuring enzyme levels could help doctors select appropriate treatments.
Friday, September 9, 2016
Government, industry, and academia partner to bring new generation of electronics to commercial scale.
Summer Scholar Justin Cheng explores process in Berggren group for making ordered metal nanostructures that display interesting new properties.
Device that measures growth of many individual cells simultaneously could lead to rapid tests for antibiotics.
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