Article - 1 Nov 2013
In the search for efficient and cost-effective energy solutions, a structure that constructs itself provides an interesting solution.
News - 31 Jan 2007
If you could paint a gallon of paint one nanometer thick, how much area could you cover?
The surprising answer-about 930 acres, or slightly larger than New York's Central Park-certainly makes...
News - 30 Jan 2007
Carnegie Mellon University scientists have married bright fluorescent dye molecules with DNA nanostructure templates to make nanosized fluorescent labels that hold considerable promise for studying...
Article - 22 May 2013
Australia is a continent situated between the South Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The country’s overall area is 7,741,220 km2.
Article - 21 Feb 2013
In order to maintain the current trend towards smaller and more efficient electronic devices, there is a strong drive towards producing smaller electronic components for these devices.
Article - 8 Jan 2013
Nanomaterials could help to make water treatment plants more efficient and cheaper to run, as well as potentially making them easier to build in developing countries where the clean water supply is...
Article - 24 Dec 2012
Professor Giuseppe Battaglia and Professor Adam J. Engler talk to AZoNano about Nano-Scopic Foam Biomaterial.
Article - 30 Oct 2012
Recently, a CNRS team from the Institut Charles Sadron headed by Nicolas Giuseppone, professor at the Université de Strasbourg, along with researchers from the Laboratoire de Matière et Systèmes...
Article - 17 Jul 2012
The AZoNano team attended Bruker's Seeing at the Nanoscale event in Bristol last week. We collected some great video of equipment demos by the Bruker Nano Surfaces team.
Article - 16 Jul 2012
Nanosilver has been used to kill off bacteria for well over a hundred years. But do we understand its effects as well as we think?