IISER Pune’s novel anode increases Li-ion capacity, quickens battery charging

IISER Pune researchers have fabricated a novel anode made of silicon-phosphorene mixture for use in Li-ion batteries. The anode has five times more capacity than carbon-based electrodes and can be fully charged in about 15 minutes. The electrode showed no discernible cracks even after 250 cycles of charging and discharging. A novel anode developed by … Continue reading IISER Pune’s novel anode increases Li-ion capacity, quickens battery charging

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IACS team designs logic devices for DNA-based computation

IACS scientists have designed DNA-based logic devices that would find application in DNA-based computation. The reusable YES and INHIBIT logic systems has been built by using a fluorescent small molecule that binds to both G-quadruplex and nucleases. They have also designed combinatorial logic systems (INHIBIT−INHIBIT and NOR−OR) by using different combinations of four nucleases as inputs. … Continue reading IACS team designs logic devices for DNA-based computation