News - 2 Feb 2010
SNM's Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging Summit wrapped up today in Albuquerque, N.M., with in-depth discussion-and a high sense of energy looking ahead.
Nanotechnology is a quickly growing,...
News - 20 May 2009
A $1.3 million State Government grant will help Queensland University of Technology create a new class of solar-powered nano-sensors capable of detecting pollution and monitoring the environment in...
News - 14 Jan 2008
Seventh- and eighth-graders in the annual National Engineers Week Future City Competition™ normally create cities with utopia in mind. This year, they’re also confronting the...
Article - 16 Sep 2016
Nanoparticles have become an area of intense scientific research due to the broad range of potential applications in the optical, biomedical and electronic fields.
News - 14 Mar 2007
The three-dimensional shells of tiny ocean creatures could provide the foundation for novel electronic devices, including gas sensors able to detect pollution faster and more efficiently than...
Article - 24 Jan 2013
Nanomaterials have begun to be widely used in environmental remediation, which is based on using highly reactive or absorbent nanomaterials to remove pollutants. The characteristics of these...
Article - 27 Nov 2012
Nanopollution is a growing issue - we are already releasing a large amount of nanomaterials into the environment, and we do not have a strong idea how many of them will impact human health. Research...
Article - 16 Nov 2012
Nanotechnology is being used in more and more consumer products - despite environmental concerns, clothing is currently one of the biggest areas of expansion.
Article - 21 Jul 2006
Similar to several other sectors, the automotive industry is split between attempting to lower costs and dealing with the high price of performance-improving technology and environmental adherence.
News - 9 Jan 2014
The whistle blows and the big game begins on TV. You watch the punted football sail over the field and into the arms of the opposing team—then the feed abruptly cuts out. The information...