News - 20 Feb 2009
Ronald F. DeMeo, M.D., MBA, president and chief executive officer of Radiation Shield Technologies (RST), will join top homeland security and policy experts in a panel discussion titled "Federal...
News - 6 Sep 2007
A common hospital superbug called Clostridium has a protective coat of armour that can self assemble when put into a test tube on its own, which may have important commercial uses in nanotechnology,...
Article - 27 Nov 2003
Researchers have devised a technique that strengthens silicone rubber with nanoscale particles, but leaves the material crystal clear. Posted October 27 2003
News - 21 Nov 2007
Smaller, faster, more efficient: BASF research scientists are helping to revolutionize the future world of telecommunications – with the aid of three-dimensional photonic crystals. In a...
Article - 6 Jul 2012
Batteries are devices that store electrical energy by converting it to chemical energy, to be released slowly at a later time.
News - 17 Jun 2015
In a blood sample taken from a cancer patient, there may be a single circulating tumor cell among hundreds of thousands of other cells. These tumor cells can provide valuable information about how...
News - 20 May 2014
This intriguing prospect is one of the reasons for the current interest in building the capacity to store electrical energy directly into a wide range of products, such as a laptop whose casing serves...
News - 16 Oct 2008
The country's most elaborate travel-wear keeps the body cool in hot helicopter cabins, but transforms into a heat-retaining suit if the helicopter should fall into the sea.
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Article - 14 Apr 2020
Graphene-based nanomaterials can be used in antibacterial applications and show great potential in future drug research.
News - 18 May 2007
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method to bond materials that don't normally stick together. The team's adhesive, which is based on self-assembling...