A versatile composite fabric has been developed by a research group at Northwestern University. The fabric has the potential to deactivate both biological threats, like the novel coronavirus responsible for causing COVID-19, and chemical threats, like those utilized in chemical warfare.
A team of scientists headed by Professor Yinhua Wan from the Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences created a novel highly permeable acid-resistant nanofiltration membrane for effective acidic wastewater treatment.
Researchers have developed an innovative technique for creating nanomaterials. These are materials only atoms wide. They draw on nanoscience to allow scientists to control their construction and behavior.
A new kind of catalyst developed by researchers would pave the way for the advanced and sustainable approaches of creating and utilizing molecules and protecting the supply of valuable metals.
Invisibly minute carbon nanotubes, drawn as fibers and sewn into fabrics, turn out to be a thermoelectric generator that can convert heat from the sun or other sources into energy.
AXT has furthered its commitment to the bioprinting and microfabrication communities by adding the unique UpNano portfolio of products to their range. Austrian-based UpNano develop and manufacture 3D printing systems that offer unprecedented speed and resolution, with the ability to add living cells in a compact benchtop form factor.
Scientists from Skoltech together with their collaborators in the United States and Singapore have developed a neural network that enables tweaking of semiconductor crystals in a controlled way to achieve excellent properties for electronics.
Raith, the global leading precision technology manufacturer of nanofabrication instrumentation, is expanding its product offering by adding direct write laser lithography systems manufactured by 4PICO Litho to its business strategy.
Scientists from the University of Basel have fitted superconducting contacts in an ultrathin semiconductor, for the first time.
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems, a cross-European deep tech company, announces today the purchase by NASA of ATLANT 3D Nanofabricator™ 0G system, the first-ever selective area direct write atomic layer zero gravity R&D unit.