News - 24 Nov 2017
Single wall carbon nanotubes are on the fast track to displacing carbon black, multi wall carbon nanotubes, carbon fibers and other conventional additives from their dominant position in the additives...
Article - 25 Aug 2016
Thermal conductivity or local temperature can be measured using scanning thermal microscopy (SThM) with nanometer resolution, for example in polymer science and semiconductor devices.
News - 23 Sep 2009
Imagine a gift wrapped in paper you really do treasure and want to carefully fold and save. That's because the wrapping paper lights up with words like "Happy Birthday" or "Happy...
Article - 19 Dec 2014
There has been major interest over the last 15 years in using various forms of nanomaterials as a replacement for ITO. The ideal material would be cheap, transparent and highly conductive - a...
Article - 6 Sep 2012
Molecular recognition and molecular encapsulation are nanoscale processes that offer great potential for applications as diverse as sensors, environmental remediation and targeted drug delivery....
Article - 13 Dec 2009
Biomedical microdevices include any miniaturized devices or systems for biomedical from simple sensors for monitoring a single biological, to complex micro total analysis or lab-on-a-chip instruments...
News - 31 Jul 2017
MIT has come up with a new flexible, transparent solar cell which would make it possible for solar cells to be used in numerous items around us in the near future – in cell phones and laptops,...
News - 15 May 2015
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have developed a new method for commercial-scale fabrication of graphene. This could lead to significant advances...
News - 27 Aug 2009
Electrospray-deposited polymer films can be used to make organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) with better characteristics than those made from spin-coated films, according to Yutaka Yamagata of the...
News - 30 Aug 2017
Formed deep within the earth, graphene has been proved to be stronger than steel, and thinner than a human hair. Some experts even refer to it as “the most amazing and versatile” material...