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Using diamonds as probes to explore fast-changing weak magnetic fields

Exploiting quantum defects in diamond to image fast-changing weak magnetic fields

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Infrared light control at nano scale for quantum computation

Researchers find a new way of building voltage controlled quantum circuits using a combination of graphene and alpha molybdenum trioxide.

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A novel bandage for better healing of wounds

Researchers have developed a dermal patch with a blend of natural healing agents and polymers in a bilayer structure for improved wound healing

Wound dressings have evolved considerably from the herbal concoctions and magical potions that were popularly accepted as therapy, until the 19th century. Today, wound care is no longer just using a piece of gauze dipped in Dettol. With bioactive agents, nanoparticles, antioxidant agents, growth factors, polymers and more, the science of wound healing is advancing continually.

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