Article - 2 Apr 2004
Researchers from Tomsk have invented and manufactured a device to produce a choice selection of nanoparticles – all particles are equal to the required size and inexpensive. Posted March 26 2004
News - 23 Dec 2013
Based on its recent research on the thermal management solutions for the LED lighting market, Frost & Sullivan presents Cambridge Nanotherm with the 2013 European Frost & Sullivan Award for...
Article - 20 Aug 2007
Materials scientist Joan Redwing is pursuing an understanding of the Group III Nitrides, and gallium nitride thin films in particular, that are used for LEDs and many electronic applications.
News - 16 May 2014
Researchers have taken a step toward practical applications for "hyperbolic metamaterials," ultra-thin crystalline films that could bring optical advances including powerful microscopes,...
News - 26 May 2009
Over the past 15 years, the availability of high quality sapphire and silicon carbide substrates has enabled the rapid growth of the gallium nitride device (mainly high-brightness LED) market to $4.6...
News - 2 Feb 2009
Nanotechnologist ir. Chris Lodewijk has succeeded in significantly increasing the sensitivity of the new supertelescopes in Chile. He will receive his PhD on this topic at TU Delft on Monday 2...
Article - 23 Jul 2015
Strict regulatory and energy conservation requirements imposed on the construction and design of modern buildings in recent years have provided challenges for the glass industry. Thin material-coated...
News - 6 Mar 2007
A team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has created the world's first material that reflects virtually no light. Reporting in the March issue of Nature Photonics, they describe...
News - 14 Jan 2015
Today, we’re surrounded by a variety of electronic devices that are moving increasingly closer to us – we can attach and wear them, or even implant electronics inside our...
News - 18 Apr 2010
Transistors, the cornerstone of electronics, are lossy and therefore consume energy. Researchers from the ETH Zürich and EPF Lausanne have developed transistors targeting high switching speeds...