Article - 27 Feb 2004
Researchers at Georgia Tech have created nanorings from single crystals of zinc oxide (ZnO). The way in which these structures were produced is desxcribed along with potenatial applications for the...
Article - 14 Mar 2007
Nanotechnology is rapidly entering the world of smart materials and taking them to the next level.
Article - 10 Aug 2006
In this article researchers have enabled nano-scale dispersion of immiscible polymers by blending with high-shear processing; the domain sizes of the dispersed polymer phase are over one order smaller...
Article - 13 Mar 2004
Arrowhead Research Corporation announced today that it has entered into an agreement to form a new majority-owned subsidiary to commercialise an ultrathin crystal film (nanofilm) technology. Posted...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Semiconducting oxide nanobelts (or nanoribbons) have unique properties which make them very appealing to manufacturers of sensors, transistors and other electronic devices.
Industry uses for...
News - 16 Mar 2016
The more powerful the phone, the higher the demand on the battery. This can result in frequent charging, increasing the inconvenience for users and restricting the performance of the phone. A possible...
News - 27 Jul 2009
Much like humans, materials are capable of some pretty remarkable things when
they're placed under pressure. In fact, under the right conditions, materials
can even produce electricity....
Article - 9 Oct 2007
Utilizing breakthrough proprietary technology, Nanomotion develops and manufactures unique ceramic servo motors and positioning systems that provide superior motion solutions based on the level of...
Article - 7 Nov 2003
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, have made single-crystal zinc oxide helical structures or nanosprings. They have piezoelectric properties and show promise for biomedical...
News - 1 Dec 2008
Imagine a self-powering cell phone that never needs to be charged because
it converts sound waves produced by the user into the energy it needs to keep
running. It's not as far-fetched as it...