We are thrilled to announce that world-renowned AFM expert Bart Hoogenboom will be joining Nanosurf as the new Head of Research and Development, starting in July. With an impressive academic background and significant ex...
As the interaction happening between the workpiece, abrasive grain, and nanofluids on the minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) grinding interface is hard to note instantly, there is yet lack of direct proof to disclose the internal mechanism of carbon group nanoparticles present on the abrasive grain or workpiece grinding interface.
In 2021, lanthanide-doped nanoparticles made waves—or rather, an avalanche—when Changwan Lee, then a PhD student in Jim Schuck’s lab at Columbia Engineering, set off an extreme light-producing chain reaction from ultrasmall crystals developed at the Molecular Foundry at Berkeley Lab.
Digital Surf today announced the release of the tenth major version of the company’s renowned Mountains® software analysis platform for surface metrology & microscopy, trusted by 50+ leading instrument manufacturers and 22,000+ users.
Traditional implantable medical devices for brain stimulation are frequently too hard and bulky for what is one of the body’s softest and most sensitive tissues.
Auburn, MA – PI, a leading manufacturer of air bearings and precision motion systems offers two economical series of high-performance direct-drive linear stage modules, namely the V-855 and V-857 product families.&...
A new response mechanism particular to exposure to nanoparticles that are common to multiple species has been found by scientists.
Penn State scientists have created the first protein-based nano-computing agent that functions as a circuit.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have demonstrated how to create cage structures with nanoparticles using computer simulations, which could indicate a way to create structured nanostructures with heterogeneous materials.
The pharmaceutical scientists from National University of Singapore (NUS) have come up with multi-functional synthetic peptide nanonets for alleviating inflammation resulting from bacterial infection
A novel technology to make nanosheets, which are thin films of 2D materials a couple of nanometers thick, in approximately one minute was developed by a study team headed by Professor Minoru Osada (he, him) and postdoctoral researcher Yue Shi (she, her) at the Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability (IMaSS), Nagoya University in Japan.
As far as nature is concerned, the skin of cephalopods (animals with tentacles fixed to the head) displays peerless camouflage ability.
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed a new sustainable electrocardiogram (ECG, also known as EKG) patch that is fully recyclable and made of biomaterials.
A new method of controlling the shape of tiny particles about one tenth of the width of human hair could make the technology that powers our daily lives more stable and more efficient, scientists claim.
Graphenest, a leading technology provider of innovative electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding solutions for the electronics and automotive industries, announced today that it has raised 1.8€ million in funding to scale up its graphene cleantech production and its commercial business development.