The CUNY ASRC’s Nanoscience Initiative is using interdisciplinary approaches to study dynamic systems at the tiniest scale with applications ranging from biomedicine to food science and green energy. The physics of the nanoscale differs from the physics of the macro scale, and changing the structure of materials on the molecular level can lead to new behaviors and properties for natural or human-made materials.
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July 13, 2020
Graphene is a “supermaterial” with stellar electronic properties — but they need some tweaking before they can be used in electronic devices.
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Biomedical scientists are now working on creating synthetic materials that are dynamic enough to treat or repair living systems.