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Developing the World’s First Industrial Graphene Supply: An Interview with Mark Thompson

Developing the World’s First Industrial Graphene Supply: An Interview with Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson, Managing Director of Talga Resources Limited, talks to AZoNano.com about their unique, simple and cost effective process to liberate graphene directly from its large high quality graphite ore deposits. [More]
Equipment for Micro-Handling and Assembly

Equipment for Micro-Handling and Assembly

This article covers various micro-handling and assembly applications of products by FemtoTools, including 3D micropart assembly, in-liquid cell handling, and sample preparation. [More]
Equipment for MEMS Testing from Femto Tools

Equipment for MEMS Testing from Femto Tools

This article covers various applications of equipment provided by FemtoTools in MEMS Testing, including mechanical MEMS testing, piezoresistive sensor testing, piezoelectric actuator testing, thermal actuator testing, and electrostatic actuator testing. [More]
Nanotechnology in Bulgaria: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Bulgaria: Market Report

The lack of funding, along with the alleged poor funding choices and the distractions of the investigations will no doubt be stunting the development of nanotechnology in Bulgaria. Thus, it would be no surprise to hear more about the alleged misappropriation of research funding in Bulgaria, as opposed to any scientific breakthroughs. [More]
Nanotechnology in Portugal: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Portugal: Market Report

Reforms introduced in 2011, along with the planned increases in government R&D spending make good reading, but the real test will be whether they can be delivered based on recovering from the GFC, and will consequently influence the speed at which Portuguese science and nanotechnology develop in the future. [More]
Nanotechnology in China: Market Report

Nanotechnology in China: Market Report

There is no doubt that China is very active in the area of scientific development and nanotechnology. Their willingness to embrace collaboration, large number of researchers and commitment to a knowledge-based economy will see China remain in a leading position for science in general as well as nanotechnology. [More]
Negative Oxygen Ion Impingement on SiO2 Thin Films During Growth

Negative Oxygen Ion Impingement on SiO2 Thin Films During Growth

A major concern in material science and technology is to gain insight into the fundamental processes involved in thin film nanostructuration. Hence, plasma-assisted thin film deposition is applicable, especially because of the strong interaction between the film at the time of growth and the plasma-generated species, which may result in metastable structure formation that offer singular properties or for a range of applications. [More]
The Absolute Quantification of Ion Fluxes from Deuterium from an ECR Plasma Source

The Absolute Quantification of Ion Fluxes from Deuterium from an ECR Plasma Source

Technical processes like thin-film deposition, etching and surface modification extensively use plasma discharges. Hence, it is important to quantitatively characterize plasma sources for understanding plasma sources and technologically optimizing the process. [More]
Nanotechnology in Ireland: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Ireland: Market Report

This article reviews nanotechnology activity in Ireland. It looks at organizations, companies and universities and briefly outlines their involvement in the field. [More]
Nanotechnology in England: Market Report

Nanotechnology in England: Market Report

Favourable government funding and a strong research sector make England a hotspot for nanotechnology developments. Consequentlly, England is worth watching for both nanotech developments and commercialisation. [More]