Article - 17 Dec 2003
InMat LLC has announced the first commercial application of its patented Air D-Fense Barrier Coatings in Wilson Racquet Sports DoubleCore premium ball. Posted May 29 2001
News - 23 Jun 2014
This work focuses on the interactions between molecules and in particular on "amphiphilic" molecules, which contain two distinct parts to them. Household detergent is a good example of a...
News - 23 Nov 2008
If you look carefully at a football, you will notice that its surface is composed
of hexagons and pentagons. Hexagons lie side by side while any pentagon is surrounded
by five hexagons. How...
News - 30 Jan 2009
Want to show support for your favorite team? What if you could change the
color of your car to black and gold (or red and white) in seconds?
Scientists have developed a paramagnetic paint that...
News - 29 Jun 2007
BioQuest Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of
innovative, environmentally safe antimicrobial products, today
announced it is educating athletic trainers from the NFL to high
News - 14 Oct 2010
A new source of ions will soon be the starting point for the beams entering
two major research facilities at the U.S.
Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory —...
Article - 12 Dec 2003
Nanotechnology could allow large-scale solar power stations in space that beam electricity to the surface of the moon, the earth and other planets, decreasing our dependence on a dwindling fossil-fuel...
News - 11 Apr 2014
Symmetry is ubiquitous in the natural world. It occurs in gemstones and snowflakes and even in biology, an area typically associated with complexity and diversity. There are striking examples: the...
News - 3 Dec 2013
Oil and water don’t mix, as any chemist or cook knows. Tom Russell, a polymer scientist from the University of Massachusetts who now holds a Visiting Faculty appointment with Berkeley...
News - 30 Mar 2011
Scientists have developed a material that could be used as a transparent coating to enhance plastic food packaging. The nano-brick is a film that resembles a brick and mortar under a microscope.