Features
Graphene Plasmons at Near-Infrared Wavelength Suitable for Telecommunication Applications

Graphene Plasmons at Near-Infrared Wavelength Suitable for Telecommunication Applications

Scientists from ICFO, MIT, CNRS, CNISM and Graphenea have conducted a study on the active electrical control of energy flow from erbium ions into plasmons and photons.

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Researchers Develop Nanoscale Surface which Prevents Bacterial Attachment

Researchers Develop Nanoscale Surface which Prevents Bacterial Attachment

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Cornell University have devised a new nanoscale surface which uses an electrochemical anodization process in order to prevent the surface attachment of bacteria.

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Malvern to Present Nanoparticle Characterization Papers at IFPAC 2015

Malvern to Present Nanoparticle Characterization Papers at IFPAC 2015

Malvern Product Development Manager for Process Systems, Alon Vaisman, will be presenting two papers covering two analytical techniques and their applications at IFPAC 2015.

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2015: The Year of the Trillion Dollar Nanotechnology Market?

2015: The Year of the Trillion Dollar Nanotechnology Market?

One of the most widely repeated predictions for nanotechnologies was its role in the creation of a trillion dollar industry by 2015. Will the prediction come true?

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Nanolithography Technique Uses Nano Spheres to Create 3D Nanostructures

Nanolithography Technique Uses Nano Spheres to Create 3D Nanostructures

New nanolithography technique uses polystyrene nano spheres to create 3D nanostructures for biomedical, photonic and electronic applications from NC State University.

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Interviews

Nanoscale Chemical Mapping with Bruker's Inspire

In this interview, Thomas Mueller talks about the development of the new Inspire™ system and the PeakForce IR method, which uses sSNOM technology to generate high-resolution chemical maps.

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The Features and Benefits of the Low Temp PanScan

Adam Kollin, President of RHK Technology, talks to AZoNano.com about the features and benefits of the Low Temp PanScan.

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Nano Particle Sizing and the Zeta Potential

Jack Saad, Associate Scientist at Micromeritics, talks to AZoNano.com about nano particle sizing and the zeta potential.

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A Novel Tool for Surface Analysis from the Milli- to the Nanoscale

Raphaëlle Dianoux, CEO at NanoScan, talks to AZoNano.com about their new VLS-80 system for surface analysis.

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Industrial Scale Production of Nanoparticles

In this interview, James Murray from MetNano talks about their unique, patented process for producing high quality silver colloids and nanoparticles, scalable to industrial volumes.

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