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Universitat Jaume I Patents Graphene-Based Catalysts for Energy Conversion and Storage

Universitat Jaume I Patents Graphene-Based Catalysts for Energy Conversion and Storage

Researchers at the Universitat Jaume I have developed materials based on graphene that can catalyse reactions for the conversion and storage of energy. [More]
Allele Biotech Releases New Class of Nano-Antibodies Against Crucial Biological Targets

Allele Biotech Releases New Class of Nano-Antibodies Against Crucial Biological Targets

Allele Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals Inc., a San Diego based life sciences company with a focus on novel technology development, releases the first group of a brand new class of antibodies against crucial biological targets to the research market. [More]
Miniscule Nano-Fibre Polymer Scaffolding Units Help Study Behavior of Individual Plant Cells

Miniscule Nano-Fibre Polymer Scaffolding Units Help Study Behavior of Individual Plant Cells

Miniscule artificial scaffolding units made from nano-fibre polymers and built to house plant cells have enabled scientists to see for the first time how individual plant cells behave and interact with each other in a three-dimensional environment. [More]
Renewable Carbon Nanotube Filter for Heavy Metal Removal Wins 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Renewable Carbon Nanotube Filter for Heavy Metal Removal Wins 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, congratulates Perry Alagappan of Houston, Texas, the winner of the 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP), the most prestigious international student competition for water-related research. [More]
Supercomputers Help Create Virtual Atomic Models of Nanomaterials for Oil, Mining and Energy Industries

Supercomputers Help Create Virtual Atomic Models of Nanomaterials for Oil, Mining and Energy Industries

By using supercomputers the team creates virtual atomic models that interact under different conditions before being taken to the real world, allowing savings in time and money. [More]
Oxford Instruments and University of Bristol School of Physics Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Oxford Instruments and University of Bristol School of Physics Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

On Thursday the 20th of August, representatives of Oxford Instruments, a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research, entered into a strategic relationship with the School of Physics at the University of Bristol. [More]
Haydale Report on Study into Component Scale Composites Using Functionalized Nanocarbons

Haydale Report on Study into Component Scale Composites Using Functionalized Nanocarbons

At the recent 20th International Conference on Composite Materials (ICCM), researchers from Cardiff University**, UK in conjunction with Haydale Ltd. presented the results from an in-depth study entitled ‘Developing Component-Scale Hierarchical Composites Using Nanocarbons’. [More]

Next-Level Nanotechnology Tools from Nanosurf

Nanosurf today is extending cantilever-based measurement and manipulation systems to the next level. They constantly provide unique solutions and tools to solve their customer’s most demanding problems. [More]
New Strategy to Improve Thermal Stability of Small-Molecule-Based Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics

New Strategy to Improve Thermal Stability of Small-Molecule-Based Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics

Using flexible aliphatic chains to link conjugated molecular semiconductors Andrea Gasperini devloped a polymeric material that possesses defined conjugated segments but extended covalent connectivity that enhances crystallinity and thermal stability in field-effect transistors and bulk heterojunction solar-cell devices when used as an additive. The results are pulished in Advanced Materials. [More]
Laser Light and Fat-Coated Silver Nano-Particles Reveal Elusive Toxic Form of Alzheimer's Molecule

Laser Light and Fat-Coated Silver Nano-Particles Reveal Elusive Toxic Form of Alzheimer's Molecule

Scientists have caught a glimpse of the elusive toxic form of the Alzheimer's molecule, during its attempt to bore into the outer covering of a cell decoy, using a new method involving laser light and fat-coated silver nano-particles. [More]
Berkeley Lab Team Makes Progress in the Quest for Hybrid Artificial Photosynthesis

Berkeley Lab Team Makes Progress in the Quest for Hybrid Artificial Photosynthesis

Berkeley Lab researchers, who are involved in the development of a bioinorganic hybrid method for artificial photosynthesis, have accomplished yet another breakthrough. [More]
Researchers Synthesize Nanocomposites Using Physiological Conditions

Researchers Synthesize Nanocomposites Using Physiological Conditions

An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Louisiana Tech University has created a novel nanocomposite for the first time using physiological conditions. [More]
Undesirable Defects of Graphene Oxide Provide Remarkable Mechanical Properties

Undesirable Defects of Graphene Oxide Provide Remarkable Mechanical Properties

Researchers at Northwestern University have discovered that the inherent defects of graphene oxide provide the material surprising mechanical properties. [More]
LG NanoH2O Becomes Part of LG Water Solutions Business Unit

LG NanoH2O Becomes Part of LG Water Solutions Business Unit

LG NanoH2O, Inc., manufacturer of the most efficient and cost-effective reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for desalination, announces that it is now part of the newly launched LG Water Solutions business unit created by its parent company, LG Chem. [More]
New Way to Screen Blood Samples for Traces of Precancerous Polyps in the Colon

New Way to Screen Blood Samples for Traces of Precancerous Polyps in the Colon

Canadian researchers have found a way to screen blood samples for molecular traces that indicate the presence of precancerous polyps in the colon, a key warning sign for colon cancer. [More]

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