In the present in vitro study on np-Au’s interaction with cortical neuron–glia co-cultures, researchers demonstrate that the nanostructure of np-Au achieves close physical coupling of neurons by maintaining a high neuron-to-astrocyte surface coverage ratio.
Programmable positioning of 2 μm polystyrene (PS) beads with single particle precision and location selective, “on-demand,” particle deposition was demonstrated by utilizing patterned electrodes and electrophoretic deposition (EPD).
Profound bias‐ and time‐dependent changes in the electronic structure of graphene‐based supercapacitor electrodes are demonstrated under operating conditions via a combination of in operando X‐ray spectroscopy and ab initio modeling.
One contributory factor to the “warming hiatus” is an increase in volcanically induced cooling over the early 21st century. Here a research team identifies the signals of late 20th and early 21st century volcanic activity in multiple observed climate variables.
Pulsed electron sources with high instantaneous current have successfully shortened exposure times (thus increasing the temporal resolution) by about six orders of magnitude over conventional sources while providing the necessary signal-to-noise ratio for dynamic imaging.