‘Trimming’ the edge-states of a topological insulator yields a new class of material featuring unconventional ‘two way’ edge transport in a new theoretical study from Monash University, Australia.
Rice University chemists have discovered that tiny gold “seed” particles, a key ingredient in one of the most common nanoparticle recipes, are one and the same as gold buckyballs, 32-atom spherical molecules that are cousins of the carbon buckyballs discovered at Rice in 1985.
Due to groundbreaking work by Canadian scientists at Université de Montréal, two molecular languages at the origin of life have been efficiently recreated and mathematically evaluated.
Indium Corporation® is proud to be a global supplier of high-quality, high-purity gallium acetylacetonate, also known as Ga(acac)3. Ga(acac)3 is an organometallic coordination complex, with gallium at the center surrounded by three acetylacetonate ligands, which has several applications in materials science, organic chemistry, and catalysis due to its versatility and stability.
By creating advanced diagnostic tools in the nanoscale, Li-Qun “Andrew” Gu at the University of Missouri has had a passion for resolving life science issues for more than two decades.
The World Nano Foundation, a leading not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the international commercialization of nanoscale technologies across 16 industry sectors, is proud to announce the release of its new whitepaper titled "Commercial Applications for Nanotechnology and Agriculture."
Australia’s digital technology clusters have been mapped and analyzed on a national scale for the first time as part of a new report released today by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and the Tech Council of Australia.
StenTech® Inc., the leading multinational SMT Printing Solutions company, is excited to announce its participation in the SMTA Michigan and SMTA Ohio Expos.
Nanobubbles (NBs) are highly valuable for industrial, agricultural, and water treatment applications due to their remarkable stability.
Sewage biogas produced in Manchester is all set to become a sustainable feed source for graphene and hydrogen production thanks to a pioneering partnership between Levidian and United Utilities.