During the production of a metal, the manufacturing process is marked by careful regulation of the mechanical properties of the wrought metal. However, these may undergo change later on when the wrought metal is shaped into the end product.
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.
Nanotechnology and Green Technology: How Can the Two Work Hand in Hand?
Improving Farming with Graphene
From Grolltex Inc
The Materials of the Future - A Guide
Revolutionizing the Internet of Things with Graphene
2D Material Standards - Why We Need Them
What are the Key Nanotechnology Developments?
By Dhruv Tyagi
Graphene Controls Surface Magnetism at Room Temperature
Cell Phones, Sporting Goods, and Soon, Cars: Ford Innovates with "Miracle" Material, Powerful Graphene for Vehicle Parts
From XG Sciences, Inc.
Applied Graphene Materials Proves its Value in High Performance Anti-Corrosion Coatings
From Applied Graphene Materials
New Method Allows Harvesting of 2D Materials in Minutes
Nanosurf User Meeting 2018
From Nanosurf AG
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Hosts the Webinar “Soft, Squishy, and Sticky: AFM for Mechanobiology,” on October 24, 2018
From Asylum Research - An Oxford Instruments Company
Graphene controls surface magnetism at room temperature
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.
The positioning performance of high-dynamic motion systems is improved using Aerotech's Enhanced Throughput Module (ETM) which measures the unwanted movement of the machine base directly and relaying it back to the controller.
Anasazi Instruments offers the Eft-60 MHz spectrometer, which is an NMR instrument free of cryogen, providing the optimal resolution, best sensitivity, and most extensive experimental range of any NMR at 60 MHz.
The High Definition-Kelvin Force Microscope (HD-KFM) is an advanced instrument for KFM – a technique that allows the potential of a surface to be probed using an oscillating conductive cantilever.
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