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Finnish and Israeli scientists have found a way to move the hinges at the nanoscale. This marks the next step in the development of what is called molecular machines. This will ultimately make it possible to develop new therapeutic approaches, for example in medicine. Until now, it was not possible to control this type of …

Catalysts are essential for many technologies. To further improve heterogeneous catalysts, it is necessary to analyze the complex processes at their surfaces, where the active sites are. Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), as well as colleagues from Spain and Argentina, have now achieved breakthroughs: as reported in Physical Review Letters, they use …

Image: (a) Photo of FFMP produced on quarter plate and (b) – (d) Scanning electron microscope images of samples. seen Following Credit: National University of Yokohama Researchers at Yokohama National University and the University of Electrocommunications in Japan have developed a very efficient technique to produce a single fullerene crystal, called a fullerene finned micropillar …

BERLIN, December 11, 2020 / PRNewswire / – While automobiles that use fossil fuels are inherently unsustainable, the lack of viable alternatives has led the world to look away from this reality. However, the rise of electric car makers like Tesla has forced more attention to events like the German diesel scandal of 2019, drawing …