Article - 21 Jul 2006
The implications of possible future nanotechnological developments in the military are briefly explored. Major military-based nanotechnology projects in the USA, UK, Sweden and European Union are also...
Article - 14 Nov 2003
Researchers at the University of Missouri-Rolla are using nano-sized glass microspheres to trace explosives back to their manufacturers and help law enforcement authorities thwart terrorists. Posted...
Article - 10 Dec 2004
Social scientists have been considering how advances in nanotechnology might affect society, with special focus on medical ethics, the information technology divide between rich and poor (the ‘nano...
Article - 10 Nov 2004
Using MEMS as sensors and actuators on the battlefield could radically change the ways in which the military conduct future campaigns. Other nanotechnology devices, such as nanocomputers and molecular...
Article - 12 Oct 2004
Controlling nanosensors and nanoparticles in smart textile and materials production could improve military body armour, weaponry, the human-machine interface and space products, while DNA practices...
Article - 19 Apr 2004
Technanogy Materials Development and Nanotechnologies Inc have agreed to merge assets and combine efforts in the field of nano-aluminium enabled applications. Posted April 14 2004
Article - 26 Mar 2004
Luna Technologies is turning a former tobacco warehouse in Danville, Virginia into a plant for manufacturing nanomaterials. Posted March 19 2004
Article - 4 Mar 2004
The driving forces behind the nanotechnology revolution are described. From aerospace and defence through to civilian applications like computing, electronics and communications.
Article - 9 Mar 2004
The Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (ISN), today announced the addition of six new industrial partners. Posted May 22 2003
News - 21 Sep 2010
Walmart announced today it will expand its renewable energy efforts through lighter, lower cost thin film solar technology.
The company plans to add solar generating systems to another 20 to 30 sites...