Article - 16 Jan 2020
The development of agriculture is essential due to the rapid growth in population, creating a demand for food. Sustainable growth of the agricultural system using new and innovative techniques such as...
News - 10 Sep 2009
Researchers at The University of Nottingham have a new weapon in their arsenal of tools to push back the boundaries of science, engineering, veterinary medicine and archaeology.
From soils and...
Article - 9 Mar 2007
Like the industrial revolution, which took almost 50 years to come to fruition, the impact of nanotechnology is likely to be gradual and almost evolutionary until we find ourselves in the midst of...
News - 17 Jan 2013
Nano Labs Corp. is an emerging research and development company that is focused on becoming one of the global market leaders in the field of nanotechnology.
Mr. Bernardo Chavarria, President of...
News - 7 May 2010
A UNIVERSITY of Queensland-led global consortium that aims to produce environmentally friendly aviation fuel from algae is one of four UQ research projects awarded a total $6.48 million in State...
Article - 20 Jul 2020
Engineered nanomaterials, as well as various nanotechnology devices and systems, offer innovative and improved solutions for the remediation of contaminated soil.
Article - 2 Jun 2020
Nanotechnology proves to be a promising technology that is used to mitigate environmental stress on crop plants.
Article - 6 Jul 2015
The wider use of nanomaterials has increased their release into the environment including soil, water, and air, which may lead to unintended contamination of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
Article - 7 Dec 2012
Nanotechnology has been heralded as a new industrial revolution - as in the 18th and 19th centuries, nanotech has the potential to bring about drastic changes in the agricultural industry. The...
Article - 1 Dec 2010
Many exciting areas of nanotechnology research are converging on artificial photosynthesis. The connection between the health of our plant and the humans it sustains is now part of a growing field...