The use of nanoparticles and the attention to regulatory provisions for nanomaterials induce a large interest for nanoparticle size characterization.
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.
Researchers from Rice and Swansea universities have discovered a method to eliminate contaminants from nanotubes to increase their application.
By organizing silver nanoparticles on nanowires in specific arrangements, molecular detection of Raman spectroscopy at low concentrations has been enhanced.
Physicists in America are using billiards and a bowling ball to demonstrate the unexpected results obtained while investigating the spin of different sized nuclei. Their work may offer new insight into the mechanisms affecting particle production in proton-ion collisions.
Accurate Nanoparticle Size Distribution from SAXS Measurements
How Piezo Controller Design Influences Thermal Stability
From Aerotech, Inc.
The Latest Advances in Nanotechnology at Pittcon 2018
By Stuart Milne
Next Generation Quantum Dot Pixel Based LCD Displays
From Avantama AG
Shape and Size Measurements of Gold Nanoparticles
Tribometer for Tribology of Polymers
Fabrication of ABA and ABC Trilayer Graphene
Bolometer Exploits the Thermoelectric Properties of Graphene
Human Immune System Reacts to Graphene Oxide in a Similar Way to Pathogens
BAM inaugurates state-of-the-art SAXS facility from Xenocs
Collagenase Enzyme Reduces Pain and Recovery Time
Park Systems Holds Grand Opening Ceremony of the Park Nanoscience Lab at their European Headquarters
From Park Systems Inc
Nanoengineering Technique Could Treat Cancer and Infections
Injectable Delivery System Discharges Drug Carriers for Months
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.
VSPARTICLE have developed a new instrument that uses spark ablation to produce particular nanoparticles, of a set size distribution, all in one afternoon.
The CMS196, developed in association with Prof. Bram Koster's team at Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC) in the Netherlands, is the result of four years of R&D.
Aerotech’s QNP series piezo stages, drives, controls, and software make positioning to nanometers extremely easy.
The Asylum Research Cypher™ AFMs are considered to be in a class of their own. Every design choice was guided to obtain an exceptional combination of highest resolution, integrated environmental control, fast scanning and supreme productivity.
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