Article - 6 Nov 2003
Penn State electrical engineers say that adding buckyballs or carbon nanotubes to nematic liquid crystals changes their properties and makes them low-cost alternatives for holographic and image...
Article - 27 Oct 2003
Wake Forest University is about to officially open their new 5000 square foot Center for Nanotechnology. Posted October 27 2003.
Article - 17 Jun 2004
Buckytubes have potential applications in fields such as field emitters, conductive polymers, energy storage, molecular electronics, thermal materials, structural composites, fibres and fabrics,...
Article - 7 Jan 2004
The Advanced Electronic Materials (AEM) arm of Dow Chemical and MicroEmissive Displays (MED) have signed an agreement for the supply of LUMATION Light-Emitting Polymers (LEPs) for MED’s polymeric...
Article - 14 Nov 2007
This article examines a scalable inexpensive technique to grow grid patterns of nanotube arrays. The inter-grid spacing can be tailored as required giving a simple method of controlling the volume...
Article - 15 Aug 2006
The growing need to develop and apply new photonic technologies represents an opportunity for the North East of England, one that aligns firmly with One NorthEast's strategic focus to build and...
Article - 6 Sep 2004
NanoGram who possess vast intellectual property in the area of nanomaterial processing have announced that they will a licencing programme to assist partners to produce high performance materials....
Article - 23 Jan 2007
The standard cathode ray tube (CRT) based monitor, display or television screen has been almost completely eclipsed by liquid crystal displays (LCD) and flat screen plasma displays. Advances in...
Article - 3 Aug 2006
Flexible functional materials, such as plastic electronics, have properties that silicon semiconductor technologies can't offer. Their flexible form means they can be used for displays and panels that...
Article - 10 Nov 2004
Medicine and computing will probably be the first two industry sectors to bring nanotechnology products to market, according to market analysts and trends in the field of legal patents.