News - 31 Oct 2007
Researchers at Purdue University, working with the U.S. Air Force, have developed tiny wireless sensors resilient enough to survive the harsh conditions inside jet engines to detect when critical...
Article - 29 Aug 2006
Materials scientists and engineers have made significant improvements to the methods of synthesis of nanomaterial solids. A brief review of future trends in nanotechnology developments is given in...
Article - 12 Dec 2003
Energy emissions far greater than predicted by Planck’s Law. Posted July 8 2003
Article - 19 Nov 2003
Zyvex Corporation, a leader in nanotechnology products and services, today announced four new product releases: Zyvex Dried Film™ (ZDF) Carbon Nanotube Solutions, Zyvex Microgrippers, Zyvex NanoSharp™...
News - 22 May 2015
Samtec, Inc., an industry-leading supplier of high-speed interconnects, microelectronics, and micro-optical solutions, is pleased to announce its entrance in the Silicon Photonics Program of the IRT...
News - 10 Feb 2015
The use of silicon carbide as a semiconductor for mechanical and electrical sensor devices is showing promise for improved operations and safety in harsh working environments, according to new...
News - 28 Feb 2008
For the first time, researchers at North Carolina State University have demonstrated that microscopic "two-faced" spheres whose halves are physically or chemically different –...
News - 13 Dec 2007
Appearing Tuesday on Fox Business News, Charles Gassenheimer, chairman of Ener1, Inc. , an alternative energy company, said that the company will bring its automotive Lithium-ion battery to market by...
Article - 19 Mar 2013
Nanocomposites are found in a number of places and the use of nanoparticle-rich materials predates the understanding of nature of these materials. Nanoscale organo-clays have been used to control flow...
News - 1 Apr 2016
In a new study recently published in Nature Nanotechnology, researchers from Columbia Engineering, Cornell, and Stanford have demonstrated heat transfer can be made 100 times stronger than has been...