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 - 7 Aug 2019
Nanoparticles differ from their elemental bulk versions and often show unexpected yet promising properties, making them of great scientific interest.
Article - 17 Jun 2019
This article explains how to use Nanomechanical Mode and AFM to Defect Surface Recognition on Coating Layer from Park Systems.
Article - 11 Nov 2018
This article discusses 3D printing and the role of atomic force microscopy (AFM) within it.
Article - 26 Sep 2017
The decoding process by which any cell within the body translates our genetic material, DNA, into functional proteins to carry out important biological tasks, is known as translation.
Article - 21 Sep 2017
Transparent electronic and electro-optical (EO) devices have become an area of increasing interest in modern day technology research.
Article - 18 Dec 2013
Graphene has offered scientists and engineers new possibilities for optical, electronic, and mechanical materials. There are widespread graphene research activities happening across the globe since it...
News - 31 Jan 2007
Scientists are able to view active molecules within a biological motor of the nanometer scale with the help of a new imaging system far more sensitive and powerful than existing optical microscopes....
Article - 29 May 2013
Australia is a continent situated between the South Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The country spans 7,741,220 km2 and had a population of 22,015,576 as of July 2012.
Article - 28 Mar 2013
Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is a non-destructive and non-intrusive imaging technique used to visualise the intricate structure of microorganisms such as viruses at extraordinarily high resolutions....