Article - 4 Mar 2004
The US believes that nanotechnology development is important for maintaining its hold in national defense, specifically with respect to aerospace capabilities.
News - 20 Apr 2021
DNA-based robots could form a massive part of the medicine of the future and a new tool could design incredibly complex nanomachines in a matter of minutes rather than days.
News - 15 May 2019
Electronics grade graphene company Grolltex, has shipped the first version of its patented single atom thick strain sensor to a large European sensor maker partner. The company calls this sensor...
News - 17 Apr 2014
The 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster made the dangers of radiation all too real. To avoid similar tragedies in the future, scientists are working to develop new radiation-proof materials for nuclear...
News - 1 Aug 2009
Thirty students from the Albany, Schenectady and Troy City School Districts participated in a tree-planting ceremony at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering ("CNSE") of the...
News - 20 Jul 2009
Scientists in Brazil report the controllable formation of quantum turbulence in an ultra-cold atom gas. The results, which appear in the July 20 issue of Physical Review Letters and are highlighted in...
News - 21 Jan 2009
Manhattan Scientifics, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHTX) announced today that it successfully completed and entered into an exclusive license agreement with the Los Alamos National Laboratory. This new...
News - 27 Jan 2016
Ciphers and invisible ink – many of us experimented with these when we were children. A team of Chinese scientists has now developed a clever, high-tech version of “invisible...
News - 9 Oct 2014
HyperSolar, Inc., the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, today commented today on a recent announcement that Airbus, a leading airplane...
News - 24 Dec 2012
In a forced game of molecular tug-of war, some strings of atoms can act like a lever, accelerating reactions 1000 times faster than other molecules. The discovery suggests that scientists could use...