Article - 3 Feb 2020
For many decades, titanium and titanium alloys have been used to develop various medical applications due to their unique characteristics of strength, biocompatibility, resistance to the effects of...
Article - 1 Feb 2020
This article discusses the fundamentals of surface science.
Article - 25 Jun 2015
The production and research of nanocarbon for both diamond and graphite forms has witnessed a significant growth in recent times.
Article - 5 Sep 2012
Modern warfare and the threat of terrorism have driven a wave of research into more sensitive and more accurate explosive sensors, and nanomaterials form the backbone of many of these new...
Article - 5 Dec 2003
A tailored, cage-like silica structure, developed by Penn State researchers, is easier and less expensive to make than previous materials and is tunable in size. Posted September 15 2003
Article - 14 Jan 2020
Polymeric nanoparticles (PNPs) are key components in a range of products including paints, adhesives, and coatings. Current interest is in the field of biomedical products, to make use of them as drug...
Article - 4 Nov 2009
One of the challenges in tissue engineering applications is to preserve cells normal physical activities on synthetic scaffolds and maintain tissue-specific function.
Article - 24 Apr 2017
Qian Cheng has developed a honeycomb-like porous graphene sponge, also known as “Magic G” (MG).
Article - 30 Jun 2015
One of the first biological molecules characterized by atomic force microscopy (AFM) was DNA. DNA imaging using AFM is often performed for characterizing the structure of DNA, protein interaction,...
Article - 6 May 2005
The use of techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy, Scanning Tunnelling Micrscopy and Ellipsometry have allowed the characterization of azurin molecules in air self-assembled on gold. Evidence also...