Article - 30 May 2016
The difficulty often faced while choosing a method for dimpling ductile materials such as solders and pure metals is that the cutting rate is very low when compared to the cutting rate for harder...
Article - 20 Apr 2016
Prof Antje Baeumner, talks to AZoNano about her research into a new nanofiber material used within biosensors to explore new functionalities that can be used within the assays.
Article - 15 Apr 2016
Dr. Sang-Joon Cho, Director & Chief Scientist at Park Systems Corp., talks to AZoNano about the SmartScan software.
Article - 7 Mar 2016
Atomic force microscopy is a type of scanning probe microscopy with sub-Ångstrom resolution. It is able to gather data on the mechanical and electrical properties of materials and surfaces by...
Article - 11 Aug 2015
As nanotechnology continues to advance in almost every scientific field, its application in industry has been particularly valuable through the growing use of nanocomposites. A nanocomposite can be a...
Article - 30 Jul 2015
The European Science Foundation has defined nanomedicine as “the science and technology of diagnosing, treating and preventing disease and traumatic injury, of relieving pain, and of preserving and...
Article - 23 Jul 2015
A major concern in material science and technology is to gain insight into the fundamental processes involved in thin film nanostructuration.
Article - 16 Jul 2015
Dr. Andrew Pollard, Graphene Research Scientist at NPL, talks to AZoNano about the characterisation and standardisation of graphene and other 2D materials.
Article - 30 Jun 2015
One of the first biological molecules characterized by atomic force microscopy (AFM) was DNA. DNA imaging using AFM is often performed for characterizing the structure of DNA, protein interaction,...
Article - 29 Jun 2015
In the food industry, nanotechnology has been utilized in order to enhance the delivery of food ingredients to target sites, increase flavor, inhibit bacterial growth, extend product shelf life and...