FUSION-TECH, INC. manufactures patented nano-ceramic treatments that extend the service life of “friction pairs” such as pistons in cylinders, bearings in races, bullets in barrels, and...
Micro Surface Corporation began as an aerospace company in the early 80's. Today, the company is an international engineered coatings firm that specializes in developing solutions for wear, corrosion...
Taylor Hobson has a long and rich heritage. The company was originally formed in 1886 to manufacture lenses. During the 1940s, Taylor Hobson supplied over 80% of the world’s film studio...
Innovations of Leningrad Institutes and Enterprises, Closed Joint Stock Company (ILIP CJSC) was founded in 1989.
Since 2002, ILIP has been working on the systemic development of carbon...
Researchers at Georgia Tech have created nanorings from single crystals of zinc oxide (ZnO). The way in which these structures were produced is desxcribed along with potenatial applications for the...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=548 | 27 Feb 2004
Nanotechnology is expected to have a pervasive effect on the future of automotive products and manufacturing processes in the automotive industry. Broad areas within the automotive industry where...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=1629 | 10 Jul 2006
PI provides the world’s broadest and deepest portfolio of precision motion technologies from micro-precision to sub-nanometer precision. PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., is the U.S. operation of...
Advanced Diamond Technologies (ADT) announces that Merck-Millipore has selected UNCD® Bearings™ to improve the reliability and dry-running capability of its NovAseptic® line of mixers.
http://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=21533 | 9 Feb 2011
A collaborative group of researchers are endeavouring to develop nano-sized ball bearings for efficient transportation in the nano world. These bearings could be used for transportation of medicines...
http://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=31239 | 7 Oct 2014
Researchers at Purdue University, working with
the U.S. Air Force, have developed tiny wireless sensors resilient
enough to survive the harsh conditions inside jet engines to detect
http://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=5218 | 31 Oct 2007