News - 22 Feb 2010
Some say the world's population will swell to 9 billion people by 2030 and that will present significant challenges for agriculture to provide enough food to meet demand, says University of Idaho...
News - 24 Jul 2009
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) will be awarding scholarships and fellowships to 145 young people at the Scholarship Award Ceremony 2009 on Friday, 24 Jul 2009, at Biopolis....
News - 7 Apr 2009
Research and industry are increasingly exploiting the potential of aptamers. As well as their application in research, medical diagnosis and treatment, aptamers are also interesting as a basis for...
Article - 8 Feb 2010
If we define nanotechnology as the application of materials and devices with characteristic (i.e. property determining) length scales between 1 and 100nm to the development of new products and...
News - 19 May 2010
Four new projects, announced today, will develop biological methods that offer a new approach to antibiotic production, power generation for extremely small mechanical components, new classes of...
News - 19 Jun 2009
The recent explosion in the development of nanomaterials with enhanced performance characteristics for use in commercial and medical applications has increased the likelihood of people coming into...
News - 18 May 2009
The answer to the looming fuel crisis in the 21st century may be found by thinking small, microscopic in fact. Microscopic organisms from bacteria and cyanobacteria, to fungi and microalgae, are...
News - 5 Dec 2007
The combination of beer, wastewater, microbes, fuel cells, high school students and teachers sounds like a witches’ brew for an old –fashioned, illicit ‘60s beach party.
Article - 24 Oct 2013
Dr. Malika Ardhaoui, Co-founder of SETCOR events start-up, talks to AZoNano about conference management within the nanotechnology research industry.
Article - 10 Nov 2014
NTA provides information on particle size distribution of samples in liquid suspension using the properties of Brownian motion and light scattering.