Article - 7 May 2004
After 15 years of development Beijing Yuantong Corporation Ltd has developed ESP nano-fuel technology. Posted April 28 2004
Article - 19 Mar 2004
Mitsui & Co. Ltd. is to reorganise its nanotechnology businesses and create a single nanotechnology unit from it’s three research and development groups. Posted March 12 2004
Article - 25 Aug 2005
This article offers an understanding of what nanotechnology is all about by explaining how materials behave at nanoscale level. A definition of nanotechnology, an overview of the nanoscale dimensions,...
Article - 8 Apr 2005
A US research team has found a new, quick way of releasing hydrogen from the solid compound of a fuel cell, by using the ammonia borane compound. The process involved transforming the compound into a...
Article - 24 Aug 2005
Dendrimers are three-dimensional, synthetic macromolecules with branching parts, formed using a fabrication process at the nanscale level. A definition and brief history of dendrimers, their use in...
Article - 2 Aug 2005
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in fuel cells and energy storage/generation systems. How nanomaterials are used in fuel cells (PEFC, PEMFC and DMFC), hydrogen storage,...
Article - 19 Oct 2011
Researchers have discovered a new family of materials comprising hybrid nanoparticles in previously unknown nano- inorganic cage structures with variable metal frames and cores that show novel...
Article - 31 May 2007
One of the most pressing environmental issues facing modern society is that of global warming and the reduction of greenhouse gases in the environment. Nanotechnology can be applied to a number of...
Article - 16 Mar 2007
Viscotek has pioneered innovative technologies and products for the characterization of natural and synthetic polymers and proteins, and determination of dilute solution viscosities. Technologies...
Article - 6 Dec 2006
The Nano Tribometer from Anton Paar allows a much greater variation in contact conditions, and is therefore more suited to the study of lubricants at very low loads.