Article - 5 Jul 2005
Surfactant-free emulsions, using polymeric emulsifiers or solid particles as stabilizers, could offer new alternatives to the conventional formulations used in skincare products. Comparing the...
Article - 1 Jul 2006
AdNano zinc oxide has the potential to improve products by providing valuable additional functions in a wide variety of applications. Examples include transparent cosmetic UV protection and...
Article - 19 Jan 2005
Many ceramics are produced from casting slips. Properties of the final product are dictated by the slip properties. These can be optimized by optimizing particle size and zeta potential. A case study...
Article - 9 Jan 2004
NanoProducts Corporation today announced that its technology has been successfully demonstrated in powder coating applications. Posted November 2 2003
News - 12 Jun 2013
Using star-shaped block co-polymer structures as tiny reaction vessels, researchers have developed an improved technique for producing nanocrystals with consistent sizes, compositions and...
News - 4 Dec 2013
A UConn research team has found a way to stabilize hemoglobin, the oxygen carrier protein in the blood, a discovery that could lead to the development of stable vaccines and affordable artificial...
News - 30 Mar 2015
Georgia Tech Researchers have developed a new method of fabricating nanometer-scale necklaces on the basis of small star-like structures threaded on to a polymeric base.
The method can offer a...
News - 25 Jun 2015
Various diagnostic imaging techniques are currently used for clinical imaging/disease diagnosis.
The accuracy of diagnosis is mainly based on the type of energy used (such as X-ray, sound waves,...
News - 17 Jan 2008
The long and challenging effort to find blood-borne markers for cancer and other diseases may soon enter a new realm of success using a new nanoparticle that preferentially and rapidly removes...
Article - 21 Nov 2003
NanoProducts Corporation have announced that its technology has been successfully demonstrated in powder coating applications. Posted November 2nd 2003