News - 11 Dec 2007
Carbon fibers that are only one-tenth the size of a human hair, but three times stronger than steel, may hold up to the intense heat and radiation of next generation nuclear power generators,...
Article - 5 Apr 2017
A team of researchers from Ukraine has tested a variety of steel compositions, produced through mechanical-pulse treatments (MPT), to produce alloys with nanocrystalline surface structures and improve...
Article - 8 Dec 2014
Researchers from Rice University have used microbullets to analyze graphene strength and feasibility in these applications.
Article - 31 Aug 2004
Purdue University have been awarded a $2m grant from the National Science Foundation and Environmental Protection Agency to study the interactions between man-made nanoparticles and the environment....
News - 2 Dec 2009
Spectrum Blue Steel is emerging as one of the fastest growing green energy companies on the planet. Through the efforts of True Green Energy Group and True Green Planet's President and Recycling...
News - 19 Feb 2007
Pound for pound, carbon nanotubes are stronger and lighter than steel, but unlike other materials, the miniscule cylinders of carbon - which are no wider than a strand of DNA - remain remarkably...
News - 18 Feb 2009
Used as an additive, Baytubes® carbon nanotubes (CNT) from Bayer MaterialScience AG significantly improve the mechanical properties of powder metallurgy aluminum. For example, the hardness is then...
News - 7 Jun 2019
Steel pipes tend to rust and sooner or later fail. To anticipate disasters, oil companies and others have developed computer models to foretell when replacement is necessary. However, if the models...
News - 9 Mar 2009
The University of Cincinnati has long been known for its world-record-breaking carbon nanotubes. Now researchers at the University of Cincinnati have discovered new uses by spinning carbon nanotubes...
News - 30 Oct 2008
They are extremely light, yet stronger than steel and more resilient than diamond. They are nearly unbeatable as heat and electricity conductors. In some cases, they even become superconductors with...