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Flat lenses enabled by Nanotechnology to replace lenses in devices, from microscopes to displays and cameras in cell phones

A classical lens made of plastic or glass has a curved shape that bends the path of incoming light toward a single focal point on a piece of photographic film or an electronic sensor. This is because light travels faster through the thinner glass at the edges of the lens …

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Nanotechnology enhanced weapons and Nanoweapons are growing Global Security Threat with potential to cause human extinction

Nanotechnologies involve designing and producing objects or structures at a very small scale, on the level of 100 nanometres (100 millionth of a millimetre) or less.  It allows humans to play with the building blocks of the universe, exploiting the laws of quantum mechanics to construct materials with unimaginable precision – …

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Nanotechnology enhanced Supercapacitors, including Graphene and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) provide superfast battery charging in electric vehicles to wearable electronics

The rapid increase in global energy consumption and the environmental impact of traditional energy resources pose serious challenges to human health, energy security, and the environment; and reveal a growing need to develop new types of clean and sustainable energy solutions  such as electric vehicles with low exhaust emissions. However the …

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Nanomaterials promise Ideal Single photon sources for photonic quantum computing , quantum cryptography and sensors

Quantum technology (QT) applies quantum mechanical properties such as quantum entanglement, quantum superposition, and No-cloning theorem to quantum systems such as atoms, ions, electrons, photons, or molecules. Quantum technology has many Quantum applications that can be classified in three major classes. Quantum computers shall bring power of massive parallel processing, …

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Machine learning enable designing new Metamaterials with desired property in days

Metamaterials are artificially structured materials designed to control and manipulate physical phenomena such as light and other electromagnetic waves, sound waves and seismic waves in unconventional ways, resulting in exotic behavior that’s not found in nature. They are predicted to be able to protect the building from earthquakes by bending …

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Boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) considered the strongest light-weight nanomaterial.

Nanomaterials (NMs) have gained prominence in technological advancements due to their tunable physical, chemical and biological properties with enhanced performance over their bulk counterparts. NMs are categorized depending on their size, composition, shape, and origin. Newly discovered materials such as fullerene, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, hexagonal boron nitride …

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Electrode Materials are key to Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology

Every action our body performs begins with a thought, and with every thought comes an electrical signal. The electrical signals can be received by the brain-computer interface, consisting of an electroencephalograph (EEG) or an implanted electrode, which can then be translated, and then sent to the performing hardware to produce …

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Metal Organic Framework(MOF) have electromagnetic applications from reducing EMI, enabling stealth platforms to supercapacitor for electromagnetic weapons

Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are periodic crystalline one-, two-, or three-dimensional structures composed of two major components: a metal ion or cluster of metal ions and an organic molecule called a linker. For this reason, the materials are often referred to as hybrid organic–inorganic materials. They are a subclass of coordination …

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Breakthrough OLED and MicroLED Display technologies advancing to meet the need from commercial to military applications

Flat-panel display technology is exploding on several fronts as more screens are required for more devices.  In total, the worldwide display market is expected to grow from $150 billion in 2019 to $228 billion by 2028, according to Touch Display Research. Today, the display market is dominated by two technologies—liquid …

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New Manufacturing technologies paving the way for Silicon or Solid-state quantum computing

Quantum bits, or qubits, are the basic building blocks of quantum computers, just as bits are that of modern computers. Researchers around the world have been exploring a range of different physical systems to act as qubits, including trapping and isolating ions by using electromagnetic fields, photons trapped in microwave …

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