Article - 11 Feb 2004
Researchers at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Information Technologies in Poland are working on the development of trees that don’t produce wood but make plastic, metals, metal alloys and...
Article - 19 Dec 2003
Sandvik Materials Technology has developed a new stainless steel with exceptional properties. Called Sandvik Nanoflex, the new steel allows ultra-high strength to be combined with good formability,...
Article - 26 Feb 2004
Researchers from the National Institute for Materials Science in Tsukuba, Japan, have used nanoparticles to reinforce steel and make it 100 times more creep resistant than any other steel. Posted July...
Article - 18 Feb 2004
Researchers at Rice University have discovered how to create continuous fibers of out of pristine single-walled carbon nanotubes. Posted December 9 2004
Article - 16 May 2006
Since their discovery several methods have been used to produce single and multi walled nanotubes.
Article - 15 Jul 2013
Japan is an island nation in East Asia. It is situated in the Pacific Ocean and covers a total area of 377,944 km2. As of July 2014, the country has a population of 127,061,000.
News - 14 Oct 2008
Physics Professor Diandra Leslie-Pelecky brought more with her when she arrived at UT Dallas than expertise in nanotechnology and shiny behemoth lab equipment. She brought an award for $84,000 from...
News - 25 Jun 2015
Modern technology is defined by a relatively small number of basic materials – and the key to the future success of graphene and other 2d materials is finding the right combination to unleash...
News - 30 Nov 2012
A completely new method of manufacturing the smallest structures in electronics could make their manufacture thousands of times quicker, allowing for cheaper semiconductors. The findings have been...
News - 22 Oct 2010
Nature has one very big advantage over any human research team: plenty of time. Billions of years, in fact. And over all that time, it has produced some truly amazing materials — using weak...