“Inkable” nanomaterial promises big benefits for bendable electronics
An international team of scientists is developing an inkable nanomaterial that they say could one day become a spray-on electronic component for ultra-thin, lightweight and bendable displays and devices.
Smart nanotechnology for more accurate delivery of insulin
Glucose-responsive insulin that eliminates the need for people with type 1 diabetes to check their blood sugar levels could be a step closer thanks to research led by RMIT and Monash University.
Hardy health plant a hero ingredient to help manage obesity
Antioxidants in the roselle plant have anti-obesity properties that could help in food alternatives to current weight management medications, according to new research.
How to make hydrogen straight from seawater – no desalination required
Researchers have developed a cheaper and more energy-efficient way to make hydrogen directly from seawater, in a critical step towards a truly viable green hydrogen industry.