Article - 26 Oct 2009
Plasma is like a gas, but many of its atoms have been stripped of an electron or two. These positively charged atoms swim about in a crackling-hot sea of negatively charged loose electrons, making...
Article - 22 Jun 2009
The high resolution imaging capability of AFM has recently facilitated the construction of atomic models of supramolecular assemblies from topographical images of photosynthetic proteins and channel...
Article - 9 Mar 2007
Like the industrial revolution, which took almost 50 years to come to fruition, the impact of nanotechnology is likely to be gradual and almost evolutionary until we find ourselves in the midst of...
Article - 27 Feb 2007
Nanotechnology is being commercialised outside of general public awareness or debate, without any serious attempt to involve the community in decision making about its introduction, and in the absence...
Article - 16 Aug 2006
If manipulation of individual molecules was possible, then materials with optical and electronic characteristics that are not visualized in bulk could also be designed.
Article - 9 Aug 2006
Part 1 of an adaptation of "Managing the Effects of Nanotechnology". This article argues that better and more aggressive oversight and new resources are needed to manage the potential adverse effects...
Article - 14 Dec 2004
This article discusses a bottom-up approach to making nanotechnology products.
Article - 17 Jul 2018
The challenge of a rapidly growing population combined with an unpredictable climate has further pushed researchers towards developing innovative technologies that can ensure human beings and animals...
Article - 28 Mar 2013
Germany is a Central European country covering an overall area of 357,022 km2. As of 2017 estimates, the country has a population of 80,457,737.
Article - 18 Jun 2007
While Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) have come into existence only in the last decade, they have application in almost all areas of science. Microcantilevers are the most basic form on MEMS.