Article - 25 May 2010
The creation of 3D micro-and nanoobjects with well-defined and reproducible functionalities remains a key challenge in nanotechnology. A promising approach consists in shaping multifunctional...
Article - 25 Jan 2007
Nanomembranes can be defined as filters that separate liquids and gases at the molecular level.
Article - 4 Nov 2009
Nanoscience and nanotechnology is recognized as the key strategy to improve conventional and develop new membrane technologies by exploring novel nanomaterials and nano-scale processes.
News - 26 Aug 2013
In the future, carbon nanomembranes are expected to be able to filter out very fine materials. These separating layers are ultrathin, consisting of just one layer of molecules.
In the long...
News - 9 Jul 2015
An international collaboration has succeeded in using synchrotron light to detect and record the complex 3D magnetisation in wound magnetic layers. This technique could be important in the development...
News - 29 Dec 2012
Aiming to address the strategic military need for accurate, high-resolution imaging, a University of Wisconsin-Madison electrical and computer engineer working with the U.S. Air Force Office of...
News - 21 Jul 2011
The camera in your phone collects light on silicon and translate that information into digital bits. One of the reasons those cameras and phones continue to improve is that researchers are developing...
News - 14 Aug 2015
Microscopically, “nanomembrane” sheets made from nylon resemble a tangled web. The tiny iron oxide particles on the fiber surfaces can help clean toxic chemicals from water, but if the...
News - 14 Dec 2012
On the road to smaller, high-performance electronics, University of Illinois researchers have smoothed one speed bump by shrinking a key, yet notoriously large element of integrated...
News - 27 Jan 2012
Researchers from the Denmark-based Neils Bohr Institute, the Joint Quantum Institute and Harvard University, have formulated a theory that explains the method of sensing weak electrical signals as...