News - 11 Sep 2008
Hailed as the world's most powerful transmission electron microscope, TEAM 0.5 is living up to expectations. Using TEAM 0.5 (TEAM stands for Transmission Electron Aberration-corrected Microscope),...
News - 8 Jul 2008
Scientists at CNRS-affiliated laboratories(1) in Bordeaux, Lyon and Paris have provided the first proof that amorphous materials, also known as soft glasses, deform and flow through a collective...
News - 12 Feb 2020
Materials science researchers from McCormick School of Engineering of Northwestern University have developed a technique to observe the atoms’ dynamic movement in atomically thin...
News - 12 Apr 2019
It is possible to obtain graphene from graphite. However, what about borophene? There does not exist anything called borite.
In contrast to its carbon counterpart, two-dimensional borophene...
News - 25 Oct 2011
Anasys Instruments' AFM-IR system is featured in a new keynote publication in this month's issue of Applied Spectroscopy: Spatial Differentiation of Sub-Micrometer domains in a...
News - 10 Mar 2010
Electron Microscopy Sciences, the leading provider of supplies and equipment for microscopy, announced the addition of graphene transmission electron microscope support films to its product line. The...
Article - 28 Apr 2020
The discovery of a link between troilite's crystalline structure and magnetic properties could develop spintronic technology.
Article - 14 Nov 2007
A new promising material is molybdenum-sulfur-iodine nanowires. This article is a brief overview of atomic and electronic structure of molybdenum-sulfur-iodine molecular nanowires.
Xenocs is a supplier of x-ray scattering equipments (SAXS/WAXS) for characterizing the nanostructure and morphology of materials at the nanoscale. Such equipments are used for research, development,...
News - 22 Nov 2017
Jason Trelewicz has been interested in the field of materials science since he was a young child, when his father — an engineer — would bring him to work. In the materials lab at his father’s...