Nanostructures are often assumed to be a relatively new phenomenon, but they have been present in the natural world for millions of years. Now that scientists have the tools to examine samples on this scale, they are discovering more and more naturally-occuring functional structures which rely on nanoscale effects.
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A study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has uncovered more valuable information about the electrical properties of graphene, and how they change when the "wonder-material" is brought into contact with semiconducting materials.
The SARFUS Mapping Station is a complete system dedicated to the observation of nano-objects in real-time using SEEC (Surface Enhanced Ellipsometric Contrast) Microscopy
Nanostructured ceramics are materials that are employed in a wide range of applications, from small-scale uses such as paints and pigments to complex ones such as sensors and imaging.
Scientists at Oxford University and Warwick University have created a "nano-train" - a self-assembling nanoscale transport network controlled by DNA.
Jeremy Warren, General Manager of NanoSight, talks to Will Soutter from AZoNano about the recent acquisition of NanoSight by Malvern Instruments.
Odette Nolan, Product Manager at Labconco Corporation, talks to AZoNano about balance enclosures for the manipulation of nanoparticulates.
Adam Keithley, Marketing Manager at Labconco Corporation, talks to AZoNano about the design and development of nanotechnology enclosures.
In this Insights from Industry interview, Carl Jones, CEO of nanoTherics, talks to Will Soutter about the company and their magneTherm nanoparticle heating system.
Dr. Chanmin Su, talks about Bruker's philosophy of innovation and the development process for Bruker's groundbreaking PeakForce Tapping™ AFM mode.
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