Indium Corporation is pleased to announce that its Director of Global Supply Chain and International Trade Compliance, Donna Vareha-Walsh, has been elected to the American Tin Trade Association Board of Directors.
Sustainable methods for the synthesis of silica NP optimized for usage as novel nano-absorbents to remove harmful substances from water have been discussed in the journal Environmental Research.
The advancement of tire rubber reinforcing techniques employing Sepiolite-based nanotechnology is the focus of new research.
An interdisciplinary research group has been successful in using innovation to resolve a major issue in stem cell research—more particularly, to introduce therapeutic biomolecules into target cells to raise their growth.
Edwards, a leading manufacturer of vacuum and abatement solutions, is joining MIT’s MIT.nano consortium as a founding member with an investment that includes equipment and personnel, as part of a broader initiative to be an essential participant in new technology developments at the nanometer scale.
In the human body, the transport of molecules through channels is vital for various phenomena such as the transfer of genetic information, synthesis and the degradation of biomolecules, and viral infections and protein trafficking.
Nanomachines enable mechanical work to be carried out on the smallest of scales, were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in the year 2016. However, at such minute dimensions, molecular motors can finish the work only in a single direction.
The draft 2016 National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) Strategic Plan is now available online for public comment prior to publication.
The public is encouraged to submit comments electronically through www.nano.gov/...
An overview of regulatory solutions worldwide on the use of nanotechnology in food and feed production shows a differing approach: only the EU and Switzerland have nano-specific provisions incorporated in existing legislation, whereas other countries count on non-legally binding guidance and standards for industry. Collaboration among countries across the globe is required to share information and ensure protection for people and the environment, according to a JRC co-authored paper.
As engineered nanomaterials increasingly find their way into commercial products, researchers who study the potential environmental or health impacts of those materials face a growing challenge to accurately measure and characterize them. These challenges affect measurements of basic chemical and physical properties as well as toxicology assessments.