Article - 15 Aug 2005
Research suggests that it could be possible to produce industrial nanoparticles in genetically engineered crops, instead of in the laboratory. By looking at two recent research projects on...
Article - 6 Apr 2013
This article discusses the properties and applications of europium oxide nanoparticles.
News - 3 Apr 2014
Researchers worldwide continue search for better luminescent materials for OLED manufacturing. Two new compounds with europium complexes developed at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the...
News - 19 Aug 2010
It's the Clark Kent of oxide compounds, and – on its own – it is pretty boring. But slice europium titanate nanometers thin and physically stretch it, and then it takes on super hero-like properties...
News - 6 Feb 2007
Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have created a new type of nanoparticle that could be used in tests for medical diagnostics, environmental pollution, and contamination of food...
News - 15 May 2009
Of the 92 naturally occurring elements, add another to the list of those that
are superconductors. James S. Schilling, Ph.D., professor of physics in Arts
+ Sciences at Washington University...
Article - 27 Mar 2013
Europium is a ductile metal with a hardness that is similar to that of lead. It readily oxidizes in air and water.
News - 17 Mar 2009
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration
has completed a "proof-of-concept" study of a test that quickly and
accurately detects the presence of even the smallest amount of the deadly...
News - 16 Dec 2008
New Company Founded on Mayo Clinic Discoveries is Developing Therapies for Wounds, Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Hair Growth Using Nano-Materials with Angiogenic Properties. OmegaGenesis today unveiled the...
News - 7 Oct 2009
Wires with atomic dimensions are potential structural elements for future
nanoscopic electronic components. Such fine wires have completely new electronic
properties. However, apart from the...