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Cheap Tubes Shifts into New 16,000-Square-Foot Production Facility in Vermont

Cheap Tubes Shifts into New 16,000-Square-Foot Production Facility in Vermont

Cheap Tubes is please to announce the completion of their move into their new 16,000SF manufacturing facility. Out initial search was long and building renovation are ongoing but we have gotton to the point where we could move all of our operations under 1 roof to better serve our customers. [More]
Gold Nanoparticle Array Fabricated Onto Hybrid Live Cell-Supported Membrane Using Size-Based Chromatography

Gold Nanoparticle Array Fabricated Onto Hybrid Live Cell-Supported Membrane Using Size-Based Chromatography

Using nanodot technology, Berkeley Lab researchers have demonstrated the first size-based form of chromatography that can be used to study the membranes of living cells. This unique physical approach to probing cellular membrane structures can reveal information critical to whether a cell lives or dies, remains normal or turns cancerous, that can’t be obtained through conventional microscopy. [More]
New Research Report on Markets for Silver Nanomaterials as Transparent Conductors

New Research Report on Markets for Silver Nanomaterials as Transparent Conductors

Global Information Inc. announces the addition of a new market research report "Markets for Silver Nanomaterials as Transparent Conductors" at GIIResearch.com [More]
Nanoscale Impurities Improve Performance of Bi2212 Superconductor

Nanoscale Impurities Improve Performance of Bi2212 Superconductor

Research from North Carolina State University finds that impurities can hurt performance – or possibly provide benefits – in a key superconductive material that is expected to find use in a host of applications, including future particle colliders. The size of the impurities determines whether they help or hinder the material's performance. [More]
Aqueous Nanoparticle Solution Repairs Deep Wounds

Aqueous Nanoparticle Solution Repairs Deep Wounds

A significant breakthrough could revolutionize surgical practice and regenerative medicine. A team led by Ludwik Leibler from the Laboratoire Matière Molle et Chimie (CNRS/ESPCI Paris Tech) and Didier Letourneur from the Laboratoire Recherche Vasculaire Translationnelle (INSERM/Universités Paris Diderot and Paris 13), has just demonstrated that the principle of adhesion by aqueous solutions of nanoparticles can be used in vivo to repair soft-tissue organs and tissues. [More]
NanoMech’s TuffTek Nanoengineered Coating Technology Wins Edison Awards

NanoMech’s TuffTek Nanoengineered Coating Technology Wins Edison Awards

TuffTek by NanoMech has been named a 2014 Award Winner by the internationally renowned Edison Awards™. The distinguished awards, inspired by Thomas Edison’s persistence and inventiveness, recognize innovation, creativity and ingenuity in the global economy. [More]
Modified Carbon Black-Based Nanoreporters Detect Hydrogen Sulfide in Oil and Gas Wells

Modified Carbon Black-Based Nanoreporters Detect Hydrogen Sulfide in Oil and Gas Wells

Scientists at Rice University have created a nanoscale detector that checks for and reports on the presence of hydrogen sulfide in crude oil and natural gas while they’re still in the ground. [More]
EPSRC Awards £2.5 Million for Development of Further Applications for Metamaterials

EPSRC Awards £2.5 Million for Development of Further Applications for Metamaterials

Research into using metamaterials in electromagnetics has already demonstrated an invisibility cloak. To take these ideas further into allied areas of advanced materials, £2.5 Think about the circular ripples caused when a pebble is thrown into a pond. A square rock in the water causes the circular pattern to be disturbed, creating a ‘shadow’ region to the right of the rock. [More]
Stress Induced Phase Transformations in Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys Studied Via In-Situ Nanoindentation Technique

Stress Induced Phase Transformations in Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys Studied Via In-Situ Nanoindentation Technique

In-situ nanoindentation study of phase transformation in magnetic shape memory alloys [More]
Nanosale Reduction of Thickness Changes Lanthanum Nickelate from a Metal to an Insulator

Nanosale Reduction of Thickness Changes Lanthanum Nickelate from a Metal to an Insulator

Ever-shrinking electronic devices could get down to atomic dimensions with the help of transition metal oxides, a class of materials that seems to have it all: superconductivity, magnetoresistance and other exotic properties. These possibilities have scientists excited to understand everything about these materials, and to find new ways to control their properties at the most fundamental levels. [More]
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