News - 27 Oct 2010
Cotton has long been "the fabric of our lives," but seven organizations have developed new and innovative uses for the plant that evolved cotton's role beyond fabric, alone.
News - 7 May 2014
All industrial nations need large volumes of oil which is normally delivered by ocean-going tankers or via inland waterways to its destination. The most environmentally-friendly way of cleaning up...
News - 2 Feb 2010
NanoScale Corporation, a leader in advanced chemistry products, services, and technologies, today announces the availability of select consumer-based OdorKlenz® products through Alice.com, a...
Article - 26 Mar 2004
Smalltimes magazine has named textiles company Nano-Tex the 2003 Company of the Year Posted March 2004
News - 30 Jun 2009
It appears to be a paradox: ultra-thin material that absorbs all the incident light. Nonetheless, it does exist. Two Leiden researchers report on their research in 'Applied Physics Letters'....
Article - 12 Feb 2021
The production of carbon nanotube sponges with several unique characters such as high porosity, low density, and excellent elasticity has widened its applicability in science and technology,...
News - 29 Feb 2016
A recent study published in Science Advances reveals a method to manipulate graphene to create the world’s most light-absorbent material for its weight. The material is nanometer-thin and will...
News - 27 Nov 2012
A new device invented at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) can absorb 99.75% of infrared light that shines on it. When activated, it appears black to infrared...
News - 30 Oct 2010
Recognizing the innovative ideas of today's college and university students, the Collegiate Inventors Competition, a program of Invent Now, today announced that a way to implant human liver cells...
News - 20 May 2013
These days, aerospace engineering is all about the light stuff: building airplanes with lighter wings, fuselage and landing gear in an effort to reduce fuel costs.