Article - 10 Aug 2004
In an attempt to create nanocomposites incorporating carbon nanotubes and diamond, scientists at Argonne National Laboratory created nanotubes with graphitic wings. Posted July 16th, 2004
News - 4 Feb 2016
A team of University of Arkansas at Little Rock researchers is exploring ways to change the world with the help of tiny, incredibly strong materials.
Supported by a $50,000 seed grant from the...
News - 26 Aug 2015
At the recent 20th International Conference on Composite Materials (ICCM), researchers from Cardiff University**, UK in conjunction with Haydale Ltd. presented the results from an in-depth study...
News - 28 Jan 2015
Chemists at the Nagoya University in Japan have synthesized novel cycloparaphenylene (CPP) chromium complexes and have shown the possibility of using them for obtaining monofunctionalized CPPs, which...
News - 21 Jul 2011
By Cameron Chai
MarketResearch has added a new report, Production and Application of Carbon Nanotubes, Carbon Nanofibers, Fullerenes, Graphene and Nanodiamonds: A Global Technology Survey and Market...
News - 24 Mar 2009
Carbon Nanotubes (CNT), discovered in 1991, have amazing mechanical, thermal
and electrical conductivity, as well as excellent field emission properties.
Actual uses of CNT are already about...
News - 2 Jun 2011
By Cameron Chai
Research and Markets has added a book called "Raman Spectroscopy in Graphene Related Systems" to their offering. This book was published by John Wiley and Sons. Recent studies have...
News - 7 Jul 2010
Quantachrome Instruments will be participating at the Carbon 2010 conference in Clemson, South Carolina, July 11-16 with a scientific contribution presented by Dr Matthias Thommes, Quantachrome's...
News - 20 Oct 2015
Haydale announces that it has received confirmation from the European Patent Office (EPO) of the decision to grant a European Patent for its proprietary HDPlas® functionalisation process for...
News - 23 Jun 2014
Researchers at Penn State and Shinshu University in Japan have developed a simple, scalable method of making graphene oxide (GO) fibers that are strong, stretchable and can be easily scrolled into...