Article - 5 Apr 2004
A powerful one-step, "chain growth" method should make it easier to design and synthesize a variety of highly conductive polymers for different research and commercial applications. Posted March 30...
Article - 24 Feb 2004
TRI/Princeton’s Center for Modeling and Characterization of Nanoporous Materials has received a two-year project from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) entitled "Nanofibrous Supports for...
Article - 4 Jun 2004
Nissan Chemical have signed a licence agreement with Ormecon that will see them distribute certain Ormecon products. These products include the conductive polymer polyaniline. This is being developed...
Article - 14 Jan 2004
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. and Fujitsu Component Limited today announced the joint development of the world's first resistive touch panel that uses a conductive polymer film. Posted December 22 2003
Article - 1 Aug 2007
Nanocyl is a manufacturer of specialty and industrial carbon nanotubes, active in the nanotechnology. Nanocyl scientists and engineers continue to develop high quality grades of carbon nanotubes for...
Article - 9 Mar 2005
Due to their unique properties, carbon nanotubes can be used for many space industry applications, such as sensors, thermal control, spacecraft, electronics and biomedicine. Also looked at here are...
Article - 2 Aug 2005
This article discusses how nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in fuel cells and energy storage/generation systems.
Article - 26 May 2005
Biosensors can be used for military purposes or in the field of medical diagnostics. How multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) are used to make to make different types of nanosensors such as...
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.
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...