Category "Nr.17" archive

Berkeley Researchers Create First Soluble 2D Supramolecular Organic Frameworks

2D Supramolecular Organic Frameworks

Berkeley Lab researchers have demonstrated the first soluble single-layer 2D honeycomb supramolecular organic framework that combines the ordering and porous features of metal-organic frameworks with the solubility of supramolecular polymers. Continue reading “Berkeley Researchers Create First Soluble 2D Supramolecular Organic Frameworks” »

Graphene “Sandwich” Protects Microscopic Materials from Radiation

Graphene Controls Radiation Damage

By placing microscopic materials between two sheets of graphene, researchers have discovered a new technique that protects microscopic materials from the harmful effects of radiation when under the microscope. This technique could soon be the key to enabling the direct study of every single individual atom in a protein chain.

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Electronics requires a company (3)

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It is very important that having completed the studies in electronics and physics, our young specialists are provided possibilities to use and develop their knowledge and skills, or otherwise, to grow professionally. It is important to promote intellectual production and entrepreneurship. 

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