Article - 4 May 2004
Lou Schnur, a major shareholder of Altair Nanotechnologies, today called on Altair's directors to instruct management to immediately sell or mothball its chronically unprofitable mining operations and...
Article - 1 Apr 2004
CSIRO research has found unusual properties in ilmenite sand from the Murray Basin that could be harnessed to remove heavy metal and radioactive pollution from mine drainage, industrial waste streams,...
Article - 14 Nov 2003
Researchers at the University of Missouri-Rolla are using nano-sized glass microspheres to trace explosives back to their manufacturers and help law enforcement authorities thwart terrorists. Posted...
Article - 28 Dec 2005
Micromeritics manufactures a broad line of automated analytical laboratory instruments that measure the physical characteristics of powders and solids.
Article - 8 Mar 2004
University of Tokyo researchers have used a bacterial protein to encase cadmium sulfite nanoparticles. Posted June 5 2003
News - 25 Apr 2013
Like the Roman god Janus, methane presents Earth’s atmosphere with two situational faces. As the main component of natural gas, methane when burned as a fuel produces less carbon dioxide than...
News - 8 Oct 2014
On October 1 to 3, 2014 GS Group presented Nanostructured Carbon Materials, LLC, one of the innovation cluster Technopolis GS enterprises, at the International Forum "Russian industrialist"...
News - 18 Jul 2016
Cemtrex Inc., a world leading industrial and manufacturing solutions company, announced today that it will set up a research pilot plant for the production of Graphene while simultaneously...
News - 10 Feb 2015
The use of silicon carbide as a semiconductor for mechanical and electrical sensor devices is showing promise for improved operations and safety in harsh working environments, according to new...
News - 20 Apr 2011
Many specialists said that making diamond from carbon dioxide (CO2) was impossible, but EnviroDiamond Technologies Inc. (ETI) has succeeded. Daren Swanson, B.Sc., president of ETI, is having a blast...