Article - 1 Aug 2017
Within the field of medicine, the use of nanoparticles as drug and gene delivery vehicles, particularly chemotherapeutic drugs, as well as fluorescent labels and contrast agents, has been particularly...
Article - 11 Apr 2017
Nanomaterials are finding a wide variety of applications including next generation computer chips, improved insulating materials, LED displays, high energy density batteries, high power magnets, high...
Article - 10 Feb 2017
Researchers from the Universities of Geneva (UNIGE) and Fribourg (UNIFR) in Switzerland have developed a rapid screening method to select the most promising of nanoparticles and determine whether they...
Article - 18 Oct 2016
Gold nanoparticles (GNPs) are a promising technology with applications in a wide range of fields including catalysis, electronics, materials science, and healthcare. They are of great interest to...
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.