News - 28 Jul 2010
Not quite body armour made out of cornstarch but scientists from Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s (A*STAR) Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) and the...
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...
News - 6 Aug 2008
Nanocomp Technologies, Inc., a developer of energy-saving component products and performance materials, today announced it has been awarded a $1.5 million development contract from the U.S. Army...
Article - 20 Jun 2012
A review of the current and forthcoming nanotechnologies in the military.
News - 6 Apr 2010
A simple cotton T-shirt may one day be converted into tougher, more comfortable body armor for soldiers or police officers.
Researchers at the University of South Carolina, collaborating with...
News - 21 Sep 2011
According to a market research report titled ‘Global Carbon Nanotube Market 2010-2014’ available from MarketResearch.com, the estimated CAGR of worldwide carbon nanotube market will be...
News - 6 Sep 2007
A common hospital superbug called Clostridium has a protective coat of armour that can self assemble when put into a test tube on its own, which may have important commercial uses in nanotechnology,...
News - 21 Aug 2019
Advanced materials company, First Graphene Limited (“FGR” or “the Company”) advises the execution of a Supply Agreement with new Gen for 3,000kg of PureGRAPH® products...
News - 13 Aug 2018
Over many millions of years of evolution, nature has given birth to innumerable biological materials which serve either as the skeletons of the organisms or as offensive or defensive weapons. Although...
News - 18 Sep 2012
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a $999,990 Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to Applied Nanotech for the development of ultra-light hydrogen fuel tanks utilizing...