News - 6 Nov 2008
Engineers from Cummins Filtration, the leader in filtration, exhaust, coolant and chemical technology for all engine-powered systems, recently received the prestigious Diploma of Recognition from the...
Article - 22 Mar 2007
Concerns with climate change have lead many to look to nanotechnology as a science with the potential to deliver new, sustainable and environmentally friendly methods of providing energy solutions.
News - 11 Jul 2016
A team of scientists from Oxford University has shown how the natural movement of bacteria could be harnessed to assemble and power microscopic 'windfarms' - or other man-made micromachines...
News - 3 Aug 2011
Scientists at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coherent X-ray Science (CXS) located at the University of Melbourne have developed a novel cold electron source that will increase the speed of...
News - 14 Mar 2011
A research team at the Rutgers University has developed a category of high-strength metal alloys that can create tiny flexible springs, sensors and switches.
The alloys could be used in...
News - 17 Jul 2015
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Materials Science and Technology Division, has taken delivery of a state-of-the-art Cameca 4000X Si Local Electrode Atom Probe (LEAP), a high performance...
News - 22 Sep 2010
DAIS ANALYTIC CORPORATION (DLYT 0.36, -0.02, -4.05%) , a clean technology firm commercializing its nanotechnology inventions focusing on the applications of desalination, energy efficient HVAC...
News - 26 Mar 2009
The supervisory board of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies has approved the participation of the Corporation in the manufacturing setup of precision electrochemical machines for production...
News - 19 Feb 2007
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have successfully generated electricity from heat by trapping organic molecules between metal nanoparticles, an achievement that could pave the...
News - 29 Mar 2017
Venus has a very hot surface hidden behind its thick swirling clouds. The planet is pelted with sulfuric acid rains, and has a temperature of 480 °C, which would burn any of the electronics...