Dr. Robert Cook is Deputy Chief of the Ceramics Division and Leader of the
Nanomechanical Properties Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST), Gaithersburg, Maryland,...
News - 21 Oct 2015
Flying carpets, hidden sinkholes and drunken molecules; creating new technologies in the realm of the very fast and the very small.
The vital importance of nanotechnology is being celebrated during...
News - 12 Apr 2013
Mention a breakthrough involving “gumbo” technology in this city, and people think of a new twist on The Local Dish, the stew that’s the quintessence of southern Louisiana cooking....
News - 3 Dec 2008
The Tech Awards, presented by Applied Materials (Nasdaq:AMAT), and a signature program of The Tech Museum of Innovation today announced that nominations are open for The Tech Awards 2009.
Article - 22 Aug 2007
A second generation of solar technology with either much greater conversion efficiency or lower materials cost is ready to come to the market. This technology, which includes thin films, organics,...
News - 30 May 2019
MIT researchers have recently discovered that ingredients like detergent, table salt, and baking soda are amazingly effective for cooking up carbon nanotubes (CNTs).
In a study recently...
News - 5 Apr 2010
Tanaka Precious Metals is pleased to annunce it will be supplying companies in Japan and overseas centered on the Islamic world with two "Easy to use Pork Detection Kits" for the detection...
News - 8 Aug 2007
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Nanotechnology In The Food Industry June 2007 to their offering.
A low-fat ice cream with the scrumptious flavour of a full-fat version; cooking...
News - 11 Nov 2013
The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is pleased to announce its 2013 AAPS Fellows. AAPS Fellows are granted the honor each year for making sustained remarkable scholarly and...
News - 26 Oct 2010
Thanks to a microwave oven, the fundamental nanotechnology process of self assembly may soon replace the lithographic processing use to make the ubiquitous semi-conductor chips.