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.
LatticeAx® in Action: Dry, Particle-Free Wafer Downsizing in the Cleanroom
Unique Microscopy Solutions - The Driving Force Behind the Success of TESCAN USA
From TESCAN USA Inc.
What are the Different types of Nanoparticles?
By Unmesha Ray
Nanosensors: An Introduction
By Liam Critchley
Nanomaterials: An Introduction
Silicon Nanowires - Promising Material for Photovoltaic Applications
A Collaboration of Science and Art Results in New Piece of Graphene Artwork
Modifying Graphene Nanoribbons to Possibly Develop Precise Nanotransistors or Even Quantum Computers
Trickle-Down Graphene: An Economical Production Mechanism
CTI Materials Drives Nano Commercialization with it's Patented Surfactant Free Nanoparticle Dispersions
From Cheap Tubes Inc.
Haydale Expands Elastomer Capability
From Haydale Limited
New Drug Delivery Microdevice for Controlled Release of Personalized Medicine
Specialized Nucleic Acid-Based Nanostructures Could Be Used to Target Cancer Cells
Schwarzite: Long-Sought Nanoscale Carbon Structure Discovered
Haydale Supplies Graphene for World’s First Graphene Skinned Plane
Michal Rabara, Ph.D.
In this interview AZoNano talks to Michal Rabara, President and CEO of TESCAN, about their unique microscopy solutions, service, and how these combine to benefit researchers in different applicational areas.
In this interview Brian O'Connor speaks to AZoNano about how piezo controller design influences thermal stability.
This product profile looks at the synchronous laser diffraction and dynamic image particle analyzer which is the Microtrac Sync.
Nanoparticle deposition can be realised with diffusion, impaction or filtration accessories offered by VSPARTICLES.
NovoCarbon is getting ready for the large-scale production of graphite products for battery customers who require superior quality and unwavering consistency.
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