MANA E-BULLETIN Vol.16 [March 2023]


[ Vol. 88 ]
Advancing Organic Circuits: MANA Study Changes Current Computing Architecture

Researchers from the Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) have developed a novel organic logic inverter circuit capable of handling four logical states. This advancement improves the data processing capabilities of organic integrated circuits.

[ Vol. 87 ]
MANA Scientists Usher in Advances in Thermoelectric Materials

Scientists from the Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) have now enhanced Mg3(Sb, Bi)2-based alloys with molybdenum, paving the way for materials that efficiently harness heat energy.

[ Vol. 86 ]
New Leap in Flexible Electronics: MANA's Breakthrough Doping Innovation

Researchers from the Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) have introduced a doping method to achieve accurate and consistent conductivity for organic semiconductors.

[ Vol. 85 ]
High-performance Physical Reservoir Computing with Multi-detection Chaotic Spin Wave Interference

Researchers from the Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) present the first experimental demonstration of a physical reservoir computing system based on spin wave interference.

[ Vol. 84 ]
Plasmaron Quasiparticles in Cuprate Superconductors

A team led by researcher at Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) delved into the interplay of plasma oscillations and electrons in cuprate superconductors, shedding light on the emergence of plasmarons -- distinct quasiparticles driven by charge fluctuations within the system.

[ Vol. 83 ]
Novel “Drycell” Microdroplets to Make Handling a Single Cell Easier

Scientists at MANA have developed micrometer-sized ‘liquid marbles’ that can encapsulate single to several living cells, thereby aiding single cell studies.

[ Vol. 82 ]
Demystifies Conductivity of Ruthenate Nanosheets, Moving Towards Next-generation Electronics

A research team at MANA has shed light on how electrical conduction in oxide nanosheets can be markedly affected by small changes in their atomic arrangement.

[ Vol. 81 ]
Towards Inexpensive and Highly Conductive Anion-Exchange Membranes

An international research team at MANA has worked to improve the ionic conductivity of anion-exchange membranes (AEMs) made from layered double hydroxides (LDHs), laying the foundation for their use in many electrochemical applications.

[ Vol. 80 ]
Novel, Biocompatible UV Light Absorber

An International research team at MANA has developed a biocompatible ultraviolet (UV) light-shielding compound from naturally occurring aqueous iron(III), hereinafter aqua-Fe(III), complexes stabilized inside a layered silicate scaffold.

[ Vol. 79 ]
Insight into Organic Antiambipolar Transistors

MANA researchers have elucidated the mechanism behind organic antiambipolar transistors (OAATs), a new class of transistors with possible applications in artificial intelligence and neuromorphic devices.

[ Vol. 78 ]
New Diamond Transistor Exhibits High Hole Mobility

A research team at MANA, using a new fabrication technique, has developed a diamond field-effect transistor with high hole mobility, which can lead to reduced conduction loss and higher operational speeds.

[ Vol. 77 ]
New TEM Technique Creates 2.8nm Transistor

An international research team at MANA has used a transmission electron microscope (TEM) to create a 2.8nm transistor consisting of nanochannels embedded in metallic carbon nanotubes (CNTs), which exhibits quantum transport at room temperature.