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Transparent electrodes composed of carbon nanotube bundle networks

Researchers in Prof. Zhenan Bao's laboratory have developed a solution-based process for fabricating thin film transparent electrodes with high flexibility, high conductivity, and low roughness. This carbon nanotube (CNT), plastics-compatible technology ...
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Electric Field Control of Protein Immobilization

Researchers in Dr. Roger Howe’s lab have developed a method to control the orientation of proteins and other biomolecules during immobilization on a solid-state surface. Immobilization and attachment of proteins on solid surfaces has wide application i...
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