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  • Article - 12 Dec 2013
    In order to determine the properties of a material, detailed knowledge of the structures it contains at the atomic level is required. This information can be obtained using conventional X-ray...
  • Article - 11 Dec 2013
    The fusion of nanotechnology and medicine is changing healthcare as we know it. Organizations and government entities are investing huge amounts in nanotech R&D; life science technology innovators...
  • Article - 30 Nov 2013
    Nanostructures are usually assumed to be a relatively new phenomenon, but in fact some nanoparticles have been present in animals and minerals for millions of years.
  • Article - 22 Nov 2013
    The successful fabrication of single layered graphene has generated a great deal of interest and research into graphene in recent years. One of the most recent advancements is the development of...
  • Article - 18 Nov 2013
    Odette Nolan, Product Specialist at Labconco Corporation, talks to AZoNano about balance enclosures for the manipulation of nanoparticulates.
  • Article - 15 Nov 2013
    DARPA, the research arm of the United States defense agencies, has been in pursuit of special suit for warriors that would utilize advanced robotics and nanomaterials technology to prevent injury and...
  • Article - 15 Nov 2013
    Nanowires have a number of exciting properties which are not exhibited by 3-D or bulk materials. This is due to the fact that electrons within the nanowires are quantum confined and have energy levels...
  • Article - 5 Nov 2013
    This article looks at how close we are to the commercialization of graphene.
  • Article - 4 Nov 2013
    The introduction of minute particles into the body to treat disease or repair damage may sound like something out of science fiction, but recent advances in nanomedicine leave researchers increasingly...
  • Article - 8 Oct 2013
    Nanoscale coatings of the 2D material hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) have been shown to protect materials from oxidizing under high temperature conditions, in a news study from Rice University.