An interdisciplinary research centre dedicated to nanoscience and nanotechnology at the frontier of basic and applied research. The emphasis in research is on cutting-edge experimental techniques and modelling tools, novel concepts, and close collaboration with academia.
The new lab-on-a-chip is based on surface-acoustic-wave technology and is capable of detecting measles virions in human saliva. Results, published in Advanced Functional MaterialsIt, may enable early "point-of-care" diagnostic applications.
Quantum computers may efficiently investigate many-body systems through mapping a variational calculation of many excitations onto one for a single state. Researchers suggest this new method in an article published in Physical Review Letters.
The latest Activity Report of Istituto Nanoscienze presents our most exciting achievements for the years 2020-2021. Read on and discover 164 pages of frontier research, active collaborations, and outreach activities!
A new research project led by Ilaria Tonazzini of Cnr-Nano has been funded by the Angelman Syndrome Alliance. It will develop a less invasive method to deliver Angelman syndrome therapy and assess non-invasive imaging methods.
A combined STM and DFT study reveals that upon deposition on a metal surface the energetics of motor molecules conformations are modified. Results are published and pictured on the cover of The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.