News - 29 Jun 2007
Tiny plastic fibers could be the key to some diverse technologies in the future -- including self-cleaning surfaces, transparent electronics, and biomedical tools that manipulate strands of DNA.
News - 10 Apr 2007
Biomedical engineers are constantly coming up with ways to repair the human body, replacing defective and worn out parts with plastic, titanium, and ceramic substitutes - but the body does not always...
News - 4 Apr 2007
Flexible electronic structures with the potential to bend, expand and manipulate electronic devices are being developed by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National...
Article - 27 Jun 2012
Nanomedicine could greatly improve quality of life for diabetes sufferers, from more accurate and convenient glucose monitoring systems to potential cures.
Article - 28 Apr 2010
As nanoscale tools become more sophisticated, so does our ability to design and to assemble increasingly complex, precise supramolecular structures and devices.
Article - 2 Aug 2007
Nanocyl is one of the key players in the carbon nanotube (CNT) industry. To ensure and even improve this strong position, Nanocyl has the research support and technology transfer from 13 University...
News - 11 Nov 2016
A research team from the Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICP RAS), Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), and Chuiko Institute of Surface...
News - 16 Sep 2013
Eden Steven, a physicist at Florida State University’s MagLab facility, discovered that simple methods can result in surprising and environmentally friendly high-tech outcomes during his...
News - 19 Jan 2011
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), an estimated 322,000 deaths globally per year are linked to severe injuries from fire and in many of these cases death could have been avoided with...
News - 11 Oct 2010
Actuators are devices that convert electrical energy into mechanical energy, such as the battery-powered device inside a cell phone that causes the phone to vibrate. When this process is reversed...