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Imaging Nanoparticles Using Hyperspectral Analysis

Imaging Nanoparticles Using Hyperspectral Analysis

Hyperspectral imaging accumulates and processes information from across the electromagnetic spectrum. Although only three bands are visible by the human eye (red, green and blue), the spectrum is divided into many more bands using hyperspectral imaging. [More]
Using Nanotechnology in Medicine: Detecting Blood Clots and Cancer Cells

Using Nanotechnology in Medicine: Detecting Blood Clots and Cancer Cells

The application of nanotechnology in medicine provides exciting possibilities which could revolutionise methods of detecting and treating damage to the human body using nanoparticles. [More]
Nanotechnology in France: Market Report

Nanotechnology in France: Market Report

France has an active nanotechnology sector. Organisations, companies and educational and research intitutions are all outlines herein, along with recent developments. [More]
Using Nanotechnology in HIV Treatment

Using Nanotechnology in HIV Treatment

The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus causing the deadly disease acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) that destroys the human immune system causing life-threatening infections. [More]

What is Optical Metrology?

Optical metrology is the science and technology concerning measurements using light. These measurements may focus on the properties of light itself or other properties such as distance. [More]
Modular AFM Design for Application Flexibility and Upgradability - An Interview with Edward Chyau

Modular AFM Design for Application Flexibility and Upgradability - An Interview with Edward Chyau

Ardic Instruments' newest AFM, the P300, offers upgradable flexibility and enhanced ease-of-use, targeting the growing mainstream AFM market. CEO Edward Chyau talks to AZoNano about the features of this new instrument. [More]
The Future of Power at a Nano Scale

The Future of Power at a Nano Scale

The future of power may be on the nanoscale. Scientist around the world are currently trying to solve some of the major issues associated with todays technology. Advancements in solar cells, batteries and hydrogen fuel may one day offer us a more efficient and eco-friendly future for our power. [More]
Measuring Nanostructures Using X-Ray Diffraction

Measuring Nanostructures Using X-Ray Diffraction

In order to determine the properties of a material, detailed knowledge of the structures it contains at the atomic level is required. This information can be obtained using conventional X-ray diffraction (XRD) methods for ordinary materials. [More]

The Properties and Applications of Silicon Nanotubes

Silicon nanotubes are tube-like nanoparticles which are made of silicon atoms. They are similar to carbon nanotubes and widely used in the semiconductor industry due to their exceptional electromechanical properties. [More]

Molecular Nanowires: Nanoelectronic Components

In 2001, molecular nanowires millions of times tinier than a human hair were developed. Researchers discovered that nudging these tubes with a sharp tube can modify their ability to carry an electric current. [More]