Article - 23 Nov 2012
Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland comprises more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.
Article - 16 Aug 2006
If manipulation of individual molecules was possible, then materials with optical and electronic characteristics that are not visualized in bulk could also be designed.
Article - 9 Dec 2020
New research suggests a method to improve the large-scale production of single-walled carbon nanotubes vital for increasingly sophisticated electronics.
Article - 7 Aug 2020
As the quest for a COVID-19 vaccine continues, researchers working in other areas of science such as nanotechnology have joined the battle against the virus.
Article - 25 Sep 2013
Novel drug delivery is one of the most-researched areas of nanomedicine - now MIT researchers are advancing the field even further with a nanoparticle aerosol spray that could be used to deliver...
Article - 24 Jun 2013
Favourable government funding and a strong research sector make England a hotspot for nanotechnology developments. Consequentlly, England is worth watching for both nanotech developments and...
Article - 22 Dec 2009
This article describes the characterization of nanoparticle size and state prior to nanotoxicological studies using nanoparticle tracking analysis.
Article - 30 Jun 2017
The uptake of metals into individual cells is of importance to both environmental and human health studies, whether the metal is dissolved or exists as nanoparticles (NPs).
Article - 6 Nov 2020
The current pandemic has exposed the medical vulnerability to viral infections that may lead to another pandemic. This article discusses how nanotechnology is being used to combat COVID-19.
Article - 29 Jul 2020
In June 2020, engineers at the University of California San Diego published a paper demonstrating the prospect of using "nanosponges" to fight against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2...