Article - 3 Sep 2012
Transport fuels are one of the biggest sources of greenhouse gases globally. Nanoadditives in the fuels could help improve efficiency and reduce harmful emissions.
Article - 14 Jan 2020
As materials get smaller, transforming from bulk material to nanoparticle, their properties alter. Materials at the nanoscale are frequently reported to have unique optical, electronic and/or,...
Article - 10 Jan 2020
Nanoparticles are one of the most common nanomaterial forms, appearing in many different compositions and sizes. The ability to tune and create nanoparticles with specific functional properties has...
Article - 6 Sep 2019
Using electrospinning methods to create nanoscale fibers is becoming a widely used method, both in the production of nanofibers as raw materials and for specific applications.
Article - 7 Aug 2019
Nanoparticles differ from their elemental bulk versions and often show unexpected yet promising properties, making them of great scientific interest.
Article - 26 Apr 2019
Naturally occurring in the form of sand or quartz, silicon is a readily-abundant material and a classic semiconductor.
Article - 27 Aug 2018
This article examines how soft and flexible poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) nanotubes are used to provide a sustained and localized delivery of therapeutic drugs.
Article - 4 May 2018
Being able to control what happens at the nanoscale is important to many areas of nanotechnology. The ability to further manipulate colloidal size objects in nanotechnology has been growing in...
Article - 6 Oct 2017
In 1937, Physicist Ettore Majorana hypothesized that within nature existed neutrally charged particles that acted as their own antiparticles.
Article - 11 Aug 2017
Produced as a result of the combustion of fossil fuels, CO2 emissions have been associated with raising the average global temperature, which thereby seriously affects normal weather patterns, the...