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Protecting the Environment by Recovering Oil Spillages Using Graphene-Based Adsorbents

Oil spills resulting from fuel transportation and drilling operation have a great impact on the environment besides causing a huge loss of energy resources. It is necessary to take an appropriate action in protecting the environment and recovering oil spills. [More]
Graphene as a Transparent Electrode for OLED Applications

Graphene as a Transparent Electrode for OLED Applications

In the growing transparent conductor market, the potential of graphene as an alternative to indium tin oxide (ITO) is gaining significance, especially in the development of highly portable, flexible devices. [More]
Monolayer CVD Graphene Films on PET for R&D Applications - Graphenea Product Overview

Monolayer CVD Graphene Films on PET for R&D Applications - Graphenea Product Overview

This article describes the range of graphene films on polyethylene terephthalate polymer (PET) available from Graphenea. [More]
Manipulating Nanoscale Magnets with Ultrafast Heat Conduction: An Interview with David Cahill

Manipulating Nanoscale Magnets with Ultrafast Heat Conduction: An Interview with David Cahill

David Cahill, Willett Professor and Department Head of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 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. [More]
Nanotechnology in Hong Kong: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Hong Kong: Market Report

Despite their prosperous economy Hong Kong does not seem to value R&D as highly as many other developed nations. With their lower commitment, scientific developments will be less frequent and nanotechnology development will slower then in neighbouring countries. [More]
Nanotechnology in Spain: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Spain: Market Report

While Spain has numerous companies and universities involved in nanotechnology, the recent developments outlined herein and the poor state of the Spanish economy (expected to remain in recession until some time on 2014) indicate that most of their nanotech developments will be in collaboration with other nations. [More]
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 replace the world's reliance on rare earth magnets. [More]
Nanotechnology in South Korea: Market Report

Nanotechnology in South Korea: Market Report

South Korea is, and will continue to be a nation that embraces R&D, innovation and nanotechnology. As such, South Korea would make a good place to be a nanotech researcher, but how much the public hears about their successes is altogether another question. [More]
Nanotechnology in Japan: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Japan: Market Report

Japan is one of the most developed nations in the world. They have have a well established research infrastructure and are well poised to be able to accelerate their nanotechnology activities when the economic climate improves and Japan's large high tech corporates increases their expenditure on R&D. [More]
Influence of Wavelength and Detector Noise in Laboratory Pair Distribution Function Calculations

Influence of Wavelength and Detector Noise in Laboratory Pair Distribution Function Calculations

This article describes the qualitative PDF analysis of Pigment Yellow 213 (C23H21O9N5) using a Stoe Stadi P powder diffractometer with a Dectris MYTHEN 1K detector. [More]