Researchers at Princeton Engineering have found a way to turn your breakfast food into a new material that can cheaply remove salt and microplastics from seawater.
A recent study intends to improve the heat transfer properties and thermal efficiency of a multi-walled carbon nanotube and titanium dioxide nanofluid using a pilot-scale cross-flow cooling tower.
Does a sieve with more pores permit more liquid to flow through? According to material scientists, with regard to their recent discovery, this apparently simple question might have a surprising answer at the nanoscale.
A nanofluid based on organic material derived from bio-origin resources was developed with enhanced physical properties.
The creation of palladium (Pd) and silver (Au) nanoplate-containing nanofluids for volumetric absorption of intense solar radiation in concentrating solar power (CSP) plants with parabolic-trough collectors (PTC) is the topic of a new study.
Researchers attempt to highlight adequate dispersion methods for producing a stable graphene-based nanolubricant suspension.
Multifunctional sweat sensors with novel sensing methods have the potential to revolutionize non-invasive medical diagnosis and healthcare management.
A new study discusses an analytical pretreatment method based on a nanofluidic device to downsize the chemical unit operations to the range of femtoliter to picolitre volume in mass spectrometry.
An efficient nanosheet-laminated photocatalytic membrane with high water permeance and photocatalytic activity has been successfully created by an international team of researchers under the direction of Kobe University academics.
A new study describes the potential of employing radiolysis to design durable, efficacious nanofluids with improved heat conduction for the first time.