Dragonfly Wings Inspire Antimicrobial Coating

Mimicking the structures of a dragonfly’s wings, a research group in Singapore has developed a nano-coating that can kill bacteria on surfaces as well as in water.

Sieving Out MicroRNAs In A Matter Of Milliseconds

Scientists in Japan have developed a nanobiodevice that can separate microRNAs from DNA in the fraction of a second.

Umbrella-Shaped Nanodiamonds Shine Five Times Brighter

Umbrella-shaped, luminescent nanostructures may be useful in highly sensitive magnetic sensors or within the realm of quantum computing.

Fighting Counterfeits With Nanopillars

The moisture from a breath of air reveals hidden patterns in a nanopillar-structured material.