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 - 1 Aug 2007
Carbon nanotubes have extraordinary mechanical strength properties. Stiffness, toughness, and strength are typical for carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes actually are the stiffest known fiber.
Article - 10 Feb 2005
This article looks at the manufacturing process for carbon nanotubes and also considers their composition, classification and properties. Also discussed are commercial applications for nanotubes,...
News - 28 Jan 2016
Scientists from Rice University have developed a new nanotube-based outer conductor that helps reduce 50% weight of common coaxial cables.
The Rice lab, headed by Professor Matteo Pasquali,...
News - 28 Jan 2015
Chalmers University researchers have enhanced the voltage level of the insulation plastic employed in high-voltage cables by 26 % with the addition of nano-sized carbon balls.
News - 22 Aug 2014
The invention of fibre optics revolutionized the way we share information, allowing us to transmit data at volumes and speeds we'd only previously dreamed of.
Now, electrical engineering...
News - 20 Aug 2014
The invention of fibre optics revolutionized the way we share information, allowing us to transmit data at volumes and speeds we’d only previously dreamed of. Now, electrical engineering...
News - 22 Oct 2013
This Monday (21 October 2013), Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd. hosted the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, The Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable, at its Consett site in the North East of...
News - 13 May 2013
Miniature electronics continue to add circuit functions and increased circuit speed while reducing size and increasing portability.
To serve these demands, miniature cable harnesses use fine...
News - 12 Apr 2011
Researchers at nanoGUNE have discovered that infrared light can be transmitted and nanofocused using nano-sized transmission cables that feature two metal nanowires placed close together in a ladder...