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4/1/2011 1:37:11 PM | Research | 0 comments
Quantum mapmakers complete first voyage through spin liquid
Scientists from Oxford University have mapped a state of matter called ‘quantum spin liquid’, whose existence was proposed in the 1970s but which has only been observed recently.
3/17/2011 10:15:02 PM | Research | 0 comments
Understanding the magnetic glue of superconductivity
New evidence suggests fluctuating magnetic stripes are the cause of mysterious hourglass magnetic spectrum of high temperature superconductors.
1/21/2011 5:48:29 PM | Research | 0 comments
Quantum robins lead the way
Researchers have been investigating the mechanism which enables birds to detect the Earth's magnetic field to help them navigate over vast distances.
11/29/2010 11:55:00 AM | Research | 0 comments
Fitting a biological nanopore into a man-made one, new ways to analyze DNA
Researchers at Delft University of Technology and Oxford University announce a new type of nanopore device that could help in developing fast and cheap genetic analysis.
9/14/2010 9:08:06 AM | Partnership | 0 comments
Oxford Nanopore Strengthens Collaboration With University of Oxford
Research projects include methods for the direct sequencing of single stranded DNA (ssDNA). This and other nanopore sequencing techniques may offer substantial performance benefits over currently-available sequencing technologies through improved cost and speed.
2/15/2010 9:38:51 AM | Materials | 0 comments
Metal oxide "can transform"
An international team, including Oxford University scientists, has been investigating what happens to the top layer of atoms on the surface of a material.
4/26/2009 11:15:52 AM | Research | 0 comments
Quantum cat’s ‘whiskers’ offer advanced sensors
A team led by Oxford University scientists has turned one of the key problems with quantum entangled systems – that they are easily ‘disturbed’ by their environment – into an advantage which promises quantum sensors that are fundamentally more sensitive than their conventional counterparts.
3/13/2009 6:19:30 PM | Research | 0 comments
Tracking Individual Particles: Electrochemical technique follows the motion of individual microparticles in space and time
Following a swimming bacterium without influencing its motion is difficult. Nanotechnology researchers are also interested in determining the motion of nanoparticles, which would be useful for the development of nanomotors, for example.
11/16/2008 6:03:20 PM | Bio/Medicine | 0 comments
New assassin cells detect HIV's many disguises
Researchers from the UK and US have engineered a white blood cell that is able to recognise immune-system-evading HIV-1 strains
5/9/2008 8:00:40 PM | Nanotubes | 0 comments
Chemists measure chilli sauce hotness with nanotubes
Oxford chemists have found a way of using carbon nanotubes to judge the heat of chilli sauces. The technology might soon be available commercially as a cheap, disposable sensor for use in the food industry
2/23/2006 7:16:14 PM | Research | 0 comments
An Oxford University physicist sees the future of nanotechnology in the workings of one of Nature's tiniest motors
This motor has the same power-to-weight ratio as an internal combustion engine, spins at up to 100,000 rpm and achieves near-perfect efficiency.
1/5/2006 11:21:30 PM | Research | 0 comments
Bang-bang: a step closer to quantum supercomputers
Oxford scientists have come a step closer to quantum ‘supercomputers’ by creating a new technique called ‘bang-bang’ to hold quantum information.
12/9/2005 4:52:27 PM | Research | 0 comments
Physicists from the University of Oxford have designed the first structurally robust, self-assembling DNA building blocks.
The DNA tetrahedra, 10,000,000,000 (ten thousand million) of which could fit on the head of a pin, could lead to the manufacture of complex nanostructures such as powerful electrical circuits.

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