Article - 8 Apr 2005
Space applications can benefit from using nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in their production processes. This article considers the use of nanopowders in power systems, aerogels, magnetic...
News - 11 Nov 2008
Graphene is a perfect example of the wonders of nanotechnology, in which
common substances are scaled down to an atomic level to uncover new and exciting
Graphene is created...
News - 13 May 2009
Researchers at UCLA have
developed a new method for producing a hybrid graphene-carbon nanotube, or G-CNT,
for potential use as a transparent conductor in solar cells and consumer electronic...
News - 8 Nov 2010
A timely review analyzing the correlation of synthesis methods and physical
properties of single-layer and few-layered graphene flakes.
A review of methods used for synthesizing both single and...
News - 11 Jun 2008
The ability to shuttle nanometer-sized cargo controllably
could have implications in nanoscale loading and delivery applications
in biotechnology. In their article
in ACS Nano, Prof. Joseph Wang...
News - 16 Apr 2011
By Cameron Chai
A University of Pennsylvania research team at the schools of Engineering and Applied Science and Arts and Sciences has discovered a method that will help control the properties of...
News - 2 May 2008
In a “major step” toward a practical
energy source for powering tomorrow’s nanomachines,
researchers in Arizona report development of a new generation of
Article - 6 Apr 2013
Iron cobalt nanoparticles appear in black powder form. They are known to possess high magnetic saturation values and high Curie temperatures.
News - 7 Jul 2009
Though the solar industry today predominately produces solar panels made from
crystalline silicon, they remain relatively expensive to make. New players in
the solar industry have instead been...
Article - 21 Nov 2013
Current battery technology has often posed an issue for many industries. However, the discovery of graphene has given scientists and engineers new options when developing the next generation of energy...