News - 8 Jun 2007
In a way, nanotubes are nature’s smallest candles.
These tiny tubes are constructed from carbon atoms and they are so small that it takes about 100,000 laid side-by-side to span the width of...
Article - 15 Jan 2016
AZoNano spoke to their founder and CEO, Jan F. Jørgensen, about SPM, the information their SPIP™ software elucidates for researchers and the continued evolution of the semiconductor industry.
Article - 17 Nov 2015
Nanomaterials are, as defined by Standford University's Environmental Health & Safety Department as "materials with a minimum of one external dimension that ranges in size between 1-100 nanometers
Article - 16 Oct 2015
Jérôme Pollak, Business Development Director at Tekna Plasma Systems, talks to AZoNano about commercializing boron nitride nanotubes for advanced materials applications.
Article - 9 Jul 2015
Ray Morgan, Director of Outreach, SEMI Americas, talks to AZoNano about startups, venture capitalists, and the upcoming Silicon Innovation Forum at SEMICON West 2015.
Article - 21 Jan 2014
A Carbon nanotube (CNT), their name being derived from their size and composition, is a member of the fullerene structural family that forms cylindrical carbon molecules. A CNT can be up to several...
Article - 27 Aug 2013
Beckman Coulter tools help quantify cellular toxicity caused by nanoparticles, reducing time to remove aggregated particles and to quantify cell toxicity.
Article - 11 Jun 2013
Ireland, located to the west of the United Kindom, is the third-largest island in Europe covering a total area of 70,273 km2.
Article - 6 May 2013
Situated within the New England province of the Appalachian Region, Rhode Island has an overall area of 3,140 km2.
Article - 26 Mar 2013
Copper is a Block D, Period 4 element. It is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. The morphology of copper nanoparticles is round, and they appear as a brown to black...