Article - 11 Oct 2006
Oxford Instruments NanoScience can offer a wide range of low temperature platform solutions depending on the operating temperature of the cryogenic detector, the configuration of coupling to the...
Article - 17 May 2004
The University of Birmingham will reveal its potential to stretch the extreme limits of surface science nanotechnology next week when it launches its new £2.5 million Nanoscale Science Facility within...
Article - 1 Apr 2015
Mass spectrometry is revolutionising the scientific understanding of matter allowing for breakthroughs in the fields of astronomy, biology, material science and medicine.
Article - 29 Nov 2009
Graphene is the newest member in the family of carbon allotropes. Although isolated graphene was reported for the first time only in 2004, the progress it made over these years is enormous, and it...
Article - 10 Oct 2010
Nanodiamonds can be produced by the detonation of a mixture of the explosives TNT/RDX and have a size range in the region of 5 nm.
Article - 13 Jan 2004
Ohio University has received a grant for research into ultra-small magnetism, an atomic property that results from electronic "spin". Posted November 20 2003
Article - 24 Jan 2005
Ultraprecise surface processing techniques at the nanoscale have many potential uses in space applications. This article looks at production methods for ultraprecise surface figuring, defined...
Article - 20 Feb 2017
By integrating a graphene amplifier with a pyroelectric (LiNbO3) substrate scientists at the Cambridge Graphene Centre constructed a bolometer with a TCR of 900% K-1. This was achieved by fabricating...
Article - 24 Sep 2019
This article discusses how to combine High Force, Nanometer Precision, and High Dynamics with Hybrid Actuators from PI.
Article - 3 Dec 2003
Two giants in the field of nanotechnology debate the future of this burgeoning field of science. Posted December 2 2003