With the topic of HiPerNano 2018 being Clean Growth, the researchers and industrialist speakers were keen to share their findings on how nanotechnology can help to overcome environmental challenges, including nanotechnology in clean mobility and the development of environmentally friendly nanomaterials.
Graphenea are known for pushing the barriers of graphene research. They have recently developed a Graphene FET (GFET) which is ready for immediate functionalization. This will save valuable research time and eliminate human error, making graphene research simpler and more efficient.
The origin of the field of nanotechnology to a famous lecture given by visionary physicist Richard Feynman back in 1959, entitled “There’s Plenty of Room At The Bottom,” – although at the time, the talk was considered speculative.
In order for it to be used in biosensor applications graphene must be modified to be blood compatible. Research in this area is currently taking place.
Silicon Nanowires - Promising Material for Photovoltaic Application
By Unmesha Ray
Upconverting Nanoparticles (UCNPs): Replacement for Conventional Bioimaging Probes
By Dhruv Tyagi
HiPerNano 2018: Is Nanotechnology the Answer to an Environmentally Sustainable Future?
By Alina Shrourou
Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) for Monitoring Protein Aggregation
From Cordouan Technologies
How can nanotechnology be used to help limit climate change?
By Thomas Hornigold
DNA and Nanotechnology, how are they combined?
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
Researchers Achieve Single-Atom Manipulation Using Advanced Electron Microscope
Squeezing Graphene Stacks Results in Unique Electrical Properties
World’s First-Ever Graphene-Enhanced Sports Shoes
Researchers Get One Step Closer to Replicating Functions of the Brain
Using Glass Bubbles to Detect Presence of Nanoparticles
Physicists Unearth Reasons for Loss in Superconductivity of Nanowires
Nanokirigami Devices Could Help Manipulate Light for Various Applications
Springer Nature and Tsinghua University Press present the fifth Nano Research Award
From Springer - Science and Technology Publishers
In this interview Brian O'Connor speaks to AZoNano about how piezo controller design influences thermal stability.
Prof. Antje J. Baeumner
Novel Nanomaterials for improved food safety.
The basis of the fiber alignment system? is a very stiff set-up consisting of the H-811 hexapod and P-616 NanoCube® nanopositioner.
PI's Q-521 and Q-522 sub-miniature precision stages? can be assembled to form extremely small XYZ positioning systems.
In a continuation of their development of advanced nanomaterials characterization technologies, Cordouan has developed the VASCO KIN™ Time-Resolved instrument. This next-generation equipment is designed to monitor in Real Time nanoparticles synthesis, agglomeration or the stability of suspensions, using accurate kinetic analyses combined within an in situ and contactless remote optical head.
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