As the quest for a COVID-19 vaccine continues, researchers working in other areas of science such as nanotechnology have joined the battle against the virus.
Harvesting Energy as you Move: The Future of Wearable Technology
By Laura Thomson
How Graphene is Used in Acoustic Devices
From The Graphene Council
Laser Diffraction in the Nano-Range for Automatic Particle Size Analysis
From FRITSCH GMBH - Milling and Sizing
Graphene Sensors and their Properties and Benefits
Surface Potential Imaging of Soft Structures via Sideband KPFM
From Park Systems Europe
Recent Progress in Cancer Nanotechnology
By Benedette Cuffari
Newly Developed Graphene-based Material for Longer-lasting Fuel Cells
Graphene-Based Masks Launched to Combat COVID-19
From DIRECTA PLUS S.p.A.
Scientists Develop First-Ever Nitrogen-Containing Graphene Ribbons
New Nanoparticle Technology Reveals Common Marker of Heart Disease
New Nano-Structuring Technique to Process Surfaces on Atomic Scale
Compact, Low-Cost Optical Power Meters for Photonics Alignment Provide High Bandwidth
From Physik Instrumente (PI) GmbH & Co KG
New Method to Synthesize Manganese Dioxide with Specific Crystalline Structure
Sub Ambient Synthesis of Novel Gold Organometallic Complexes
Tiny Titanium Wields Great Power to Shape Crystals
Dr Ishara Dharmasena
EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow, Dr Ishara Dharmasena, speaks to AZoNano about their groundbreaking triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) technology that has the potential to convert our movements into electricity.
Rafael Varela Della Giustina
In this interview, AZoM talks to Rafael Varela Della Giustina, Business developer at PAC-G, about the capabilities of PAC-G, and who it would serve best.
In this interview, AZoNano speaks to Frank Deppe, Junior Group Leader for Superconducting Quantum Circuits at the Walther-Meißner-Institut, about QMiCS.
This page details the capabilities of the FT-I04 Femto-Indenter, a high-resolution nanomechanical testing system.
This page details the capabilities of the NTEGRA MARLIN, an AFM-RAMAN-SICM system.
Incorporating a number of new features, the EIGER2 X and XE detector series from DECTRIS can help researchers push the limits of their research.