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Bruker Launches Second Generation Inspire for Nanoscale Chemical Mapping

Bruker Launches Second Generation Inspire for Nanoscale Chemical Mapping

Bruker today announced the release of its second-generation Inspire™ infrared (IR) nanocharacterization system, which features 10-nanometer spatial resolution infrared chemical mapping in an easy-to-use, laser-safe package.

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Vittoria Qurano: The Name of the First Graphene-Based Tyre Ever

Vittoria Qurano: The Name of the First Graphene-Based Tyre Ever

This innovative material is made of pristine Graphene nanoplatelets, as provided by Directa Plus. Vittoria has rapidly transformed from a traditional manufacturer to a high-tech innovation company.

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MIT Physicists Simulate Friction at the Nanoscale

MIT Physicists Simulate Friction at the Nanoscale

MIT physicists have devised an experimental method to simulate friction at the nanoscale. They directly examined separate atoms at the interface of two surfaces and altered their arrangement by tuning the quantity of friction between the surfaces.

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Reducing the World's Reliance on Rare Earth Magnets

Reducing the World's Reliance on Rare Earth Magnets

AZoNano recently published a story from Virginia Commonwealth University about novel magnetic nanoparticles which could reduce the world's reliance on rare earth magnets.

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Using Nanotechnology to Build a Space Elevator

Using Nanotechnology to Build a Space Elevator

A space elevator may sound like an idea that could only exist in science fiction but we may be closer to seeing one in the near future than you might have previously thought.

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Interviews

Mechanised Exfoliation Process for the Production of Graphene

Neill Ricketts, founder of Versarien plc, talks to AZoNano.com about 2-DTech and their new proprietary graphene production technique.

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Observing the Growth of Complex Nanoscale Materials in Real Time

Nathan Gianneschi, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UC San Diego, talks to AZoNano about the visualization and growth of “nanoscale” chemical complexes in real time.

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Manipulating Nanoscale Magnets with Ultrafast Heat Conduction

David Cahill, talks to AZoNano about his research into the manipulation of magnetic information with heat and how it can be used to manipulate magnetization at the nanoscale.

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Nanomechanical Testing Under Vacuum

In this interview, Michael Davies from Micro Materials talks about the new NanoTest Xtreme, which offers nanomechanical testing capabilities under vacuum as well as at elevated temperatures.

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Commercial Prospects for Graphene in Inks and Composites

In this interview, Ray Gibbs talks to AZoNano about the developments at Haydale over the last year, from acquisitions and collaborations to expanding process capacity, and their plans for ongoing growth.

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