News - 27 May 2022
The latest study published in the Journal of Cleaner Production focuses on the effective utilization of magnetic nanoparticles for the primary purpose of water treatment to remove toxic wastes such as...
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.
Article - 30 Mar 2004
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are reporting the discovery of a simple method for rapidly creating different shapes of carbon nanotube structures. Posted March 23 2004
News - 11 Jun 2008
What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets
stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the
potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure
News - 11 Aug 2015
People with diabetes mellitus often suffer from impaired wound healing. Now, scientists in Egypt have developed antibacterial nanofibres of cellulose acetate loaded with silver that could be used in a...
News - 7 Sep 2010
Hosokawa Micron Ltd announces the launch of the Micron Pulvis, dry agitating bead mill for high efficiency milling of sub-micron sized particles. Capable of producing finer particle sizes than a jet...
News - 7 Jun 2010
Imec and Holst Centre have developed very sensitive integrated sensing elements for gas detection. The polymer-coated microbridges in high-density arrays can detect ppm-level concentrations of vapors...
News - 11 Feb 2009
Scientists in Arizona and New Jersey are reporting that aerogels, a super-lightweight solid sometimes called "frozen smoke," may serve as the ultimate sponge for capturing oil from...
Article - 5 Dec 2012
Nanocellulose is a light solid substance obtained from plant matter and comprises nanosized cellulose fibrils.
News - 9 Dec 2016
Capable of producing finer particle sizes than a jet mill and with energy consumption typically eighty percent less than other mills, the Pulvis offers an efficient alternative to impact type mills,...