Article - 6 Feb 2007
This article looks at nanosensors, including a definition, applications and how both chemical and mechanical nanosensors work.
Article - 13 Oct 2006
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, or MEMS, are simply extremely small machines or electronic devices.
Article - 2 Apr 2004
Tiny machines built as part of silicon chips have a need for lubrication the same as large machines such as automobile engines, but conventional lubricants, like oils, are too heavy for these micro...
Article - 7 Jan 2004
Analog Devices, Inc. has announced that its iMEMS (integrated micro electrical mechanical system) accelerometer technology will be used in IBM's ThinkPad mobile computers featuring the new IBM Active...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology devices and methods are set to play an important role in the growth of ‘precision farming’. Agricultural applications for networks of wireless nanosensors, ‘smart dust’ and the USA’s...
Article - 24 Oct 2007
An improved understanding of major packaging process elements reduces product failure and risk management for MEMS packaging. Two technologies that can play a role in better understanding of the...
Article - 17 Nov 2003
University of California, Berkeley, physicists have built first nano-scale motor - a gold rotor on a nanotube shaft that could ride on the back of a virus. Posted July 23 2003
Article - 19 Mar 2004
Nanotechnology can be ideally defined as the ability to design new attributes by manipulating features at a very minute scale—at or around the scale of a nanometer.