Article - 16 Jan 2020
A catalytic converter reduces the toxicity of nanoparticles released by petroleum-based engines. In January 2018, researchers from the University of Technology in Tampere, Finland, took atmospheric...
Article - 19 Aug 2008
The Phenom is a new tabletop scanning electron microscope (SEM) which combines the high magnification of electron microscopy with the ease of use of optical microscopy to improve performance in a...
Article - 4 Aug 2006
Aimed at entrepreneurs and leaders from industry, academia and government, CPI services focus on bridging the gap between scientific and commercial innovation. CPI help clients to surmount their...
Article - 14 Dec 2004
This article discusses a bottom-up approach to making nanotechnology products.
Article - 21 Nov 2003
Researchers at the University of Warwick have solved many of the problems associated with producing hydrogen fuel for fuel cells on a local basis. The project to develop the technology is described....
Article - 20 Jan 2020
Nanotube fibers are a mixture of yarns possessing impressive thermal, chemical, and electrical properties. The yarn holds carbon nanotube fibers, which wrap several electrical charges. These yarn...
Article - 18 May 2019
In the average car, friction occurs between the moving parts of the engine and within the gearbox. This wastes about 15% of the fuel used by the vehicle, amounting to millions of tons of fossil fuel...
Article - 21 Nov 2013
Current battery technology has often posed an issue for many industries. However, the discovery of graphene has given scientists and engineers new options when developing the next generation of energy...
Article - 15 Aug 2005
Nanoparticles have often been mixed with rubber to improve the wear and strength of tires. Many tire manufacturers are now developing engineered nanoparticles to further extend tire life.
Article - 4 Mar 2004
Platinum nanoparticles possess an unusual property that may be useful for manufacturing new substances and the development of materials, according to new research. Posted March 2 2004