Article - 19 Mar 2004
NEC Corporation today announced the development of a fuel cell with 20% greater power generating efficiency than the PC built in fuel cell announced on June 30th, 2003. A prototype notebook PC...
Article - 27 Jul 2018
This article discusses the advancements in vibration control strategies for nanoscale facilities.
Article - 11 Nov 2018
This article discusses 3D printing and the role of atomic force microscopy (AFM) within it.
Article - 31 Aug 2006
The process of moving or altering items at an atomic or molecular scale is known as nanomanipulation. Nanomanipulation is employed in order to produce extremely produce precise structures and can be...
Article - 13 Jul 2004
GE Global Research announced the development of the world’s best performing diode built from a carbon nanotube, which will enable smaller and faster electronic devices with increased functionality....
Article - 6 Sep 2017
While the large windows and glass that often surround modern buildings allow for the immense amount of lighting that enters these areas during the day. However, the glazings that are placed as a film...
Article - 3 Jul 2015
James Baker, Business Director at the National Graphene Institute (NGI), talks to AZoNano about the successful commercialisation of graphene and the important role collaborative work between research...
Article - 25 Feb 2013
Dr Paul West, founder and owner of AFMWorkshop, talks to AZoNano about his unique take on AFM products and education, and tells us about AFMWorkshop's current initiative to give away a TT-AFM and a...
Article - 20 Nov 2012
Keeping warm is a major concern for many people during the winter months. Rising fuel costs mean that just keeping a house warm in cold weather can be a struggle, and good insulation is vital to keep...
Article - 28 Jun 2012
A respirocyte is a hypothetical nanomachine designed to mimic our red blood cells. This article explores how we could go about making one, and what implications the technology could have.