Article - 5 Jul 2004
The University Jaume, together with other researchers have patented a new compound whose physico-chemical characteristics open up a wide range of technological applications including molecular...
Article - 2 Jan 2004
The Defense Materials and Stores Research & Development Establishment (DMSRDE) in Kanpur has made a breakthrough in carbonaceous absorbents for used in devices to protection against nuclear,...
Article - 9 Dec 2003
An ultrafine, "nanoscale" powder made from iron, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is turning out to be a remarkably effective tool for cleaning up contaminated soil and groundwater. Posted...
Article - 7 Dec 2005
Silica thin films templated by two triblock copolymers (P123 and F127) from the pluronics family and having the p6m two dimensional symmetry were investigated by X-ray Reflectivity (XR) before and...
Article - 15 Nov 2005
CPI is the driving force behind a number of the UK's North East strategic R&D initiatives. Each of CPI' programmes focuses on bringing cutting edge technology research to the region, which can be...
Article - 6 Oct 2005
Accelrys' DMol3 software has been used to investigate the nitrogen dioxide sensing abilities of SnO2 (tin dioxide) nanoribbons. This work is important in the development of chemical sensors.
Article - 27 Aug 2005
Carbon nanotubes, also called Buckytubes, are cylinders made up of pure carbon molecules, whose unique properties make them very attractive to many different industries. A definition of carbon...
Article - 11 Aug 2005
Radio frequency identification (RFid) tags are increasingly being used in electronic tagging, tracking and monitoring. Applications for RFid tags, benefits and drawbacks of using RFid tags, and...
Article - 2 Aug 2005
This article discusses how nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in fuel cells and energy storage/generation systems.
Article - 1 Aug 2005
This article discusses how nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in the defense and security industries.