News - 12 Dec 2021
A new breakthrough in cellulose nanofiber production (CNF) is reported in the journal Frontiers in Nanotechnology.
Study: Production and Characterization of Cellulose Nanofiber...
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
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 - 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'....
News - 2 Jun 2021
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A graphene-based material that could filter heavy metals and other contaminants from water and air has been patented in the US.
News - 1 Mar 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...