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  • Article - 23 Jul 2014
    Over the last several years scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have been studying how to make nanomotors move around when suspended in a liquid. In 2012 a team...
  • News - 15 Mar 2007
    Electrons love to zip around metals such as copper, especially if the metal is cooled to temperatures near absolute zero. But if they encounter a magnetic atom (say, iron) during their travels, the...
  • News - 14 Mar 2007
    The Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) is arming teachers here with new tools to revitalize their teaching of science in the classrooms. IBN has launched a series of educational Kits...
  • News - 6 Mar 2007
    UK HealthCare researcher David Yurek was recently awarded $66,000 by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF) under the foundation’s Rapid Response Innovation Awards...
  • News - 6 Mar 2007
    Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have developed an advanced concept in nanoscale catalyst engineering - a combination of experiments and simulations that...
  • Article - 17 Dec 2013
    Black silicon is a semiconductor material with a needle-shaped surface structure. It's similar to silicon but with a modified surface that has extremely low reflectivity and a high absorption rate of...
  • Article - 3 Dec 2013
    Nanotechnology is a rapidly developing science and a number of methods are now available for producing nanoparticles. However, some of these methods employ high energy requirements, low material...
  • Article - 29 Nov 2013
    With exceptional electrical, optical, mechanical and chemical properties, Graphene was deemed a wonder material upon its fabrication in Manchester, UK in 2004. It is comprised solely of carbon bonded...
  • Article - 19 Nov 2013
    The application of nanotechnology in medicine provides exciting possibilities which could revolutionise methods of detecting and treating damage to the human body using nanoparticles.
  • Article - 6 Nov 2013
    To detect potential defects in the solar cells seen in solar panels, it is necessary to have a highly sensitive camera that can capture images in very low light conditions. Solar technology is gaining...