Article - 1 Aug 2007
Carbon nanotubes have extraordinary mechanical strength properties. Stiffness, toughness, and strength are typical for carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes actually are the stiffest known fiber.
Article - 14 Nov 2003
Researchers have created a strong and flexible, nacre-like material suited to aircraft and biomedical applications. Posted May 27 2003
Article - 12 Oct 2004
Controlling nanosensors and nanoparticles in smart textile and materials production could improve military body armour, weaponry, the human-machine interface and space products, while DNA practices...
Article - 28 Nov 2003
Although the 21st-century equivalent of chain mail is many years away, other projects underway through MIT’s Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies could aid the soldier within the next five years....
Article - 9 Mar 2004
The Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (ISN), today announced the addition of six new industrial partners. Posted May 22 2003
Article - 20 Jun 2012
A review of the current and forthcoming nanotechnologies in the military.
Article - 11 Feb 2019
In this article the topic of Nanoceramics is discussed, what they are and the different applications that they can be used for
Article - 15 Jul 2020
According to a recent study, new nanofiber technology from Harvard University and the US Army could help protect against both the extreme impact of bullets and the intense heat of explosions –...
Article - 8 Dec 2014
Researchers from Rice University have used microbullets to analyze graphene strength and feasibility in these applications.
Article - 26 Oct 2009
Plasma is like a gas, but many of its atoms have been stripped of an electron or two. These positively charged atoms swim about in a crackling-hot sea of negatively charged loose electrons, making...