Article - 6 May 2004
The University of Texas Austin has received $1.93 million in federal funds that it will put towards nanotechnology equipment. Posted April 30 2004
Article - 14 Nov 2005
Researchers have found that membranes composed of man-made carbon nanotubes permit a fluid flow nearly 10,000 to 100,000 times faster than conventional fluid flow theory would predict because of the...
Article - 1 Aug 2005
This article discusses how nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in the defense and security industries.
Article - 27 Apr 2005
Microelectrode (MEAs) and nanoelectrode arrays can be used to study the activities of whole cells and tissues. This article looks at lab-on-a-chip projects using 3C-SiC technology, solid-state MEAs,...
Article - 17 Dec 2003
Evident Technologies, the leader in nanotechnology applications and materials, has started commercial production of PbSe Core EviDots for applications that require high performance semiconductor...
Article - 6 Nov 2003
Scientists at Motorola Labs are researching ways to improve controlling the growth of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) ino order to make transistors smaller and faster. Posted October 21 2003
Article - 8 Feb 2006
The kSA BandiT is a non-contact, non-invasive, real-time, absolute wafer temperature sensor. Using the temperature-dependent optical absorption edge of semiconductor materials, the kSA BandiT provides...
Article - 2 Jan 2004
Researchers from Sandia National Laboratories have made tiny, complicated shapes from zinc oxide. Posted November 23 2003
Article - 21 Feb 2010
The field of sensors encompasses a wide variety of materials and devices used for capturing physical, chemical or biological stimuli converting them to measurable output signals.
Article - 18 Jun 2007
While Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) have come into existence only in the last decade, they have application in almost all areas of science. Microcantilevers are the most basic form on MEMS.