News - 7 Dec 2010
Viruses have a bad rep—and rightly so. The ability of a virus to quickly and precisely replicate itself makes it a destructive scourge to animals and plants alike.
Now an interdisciplinary...
News - 9 Dec 2009
Stanford engineers have built what they believe is a chip with the most advanced computing and storage elements made of carbon nanotubes to date by devising a way to root out the stubborn complication...
News - 13 Jul 2009
The only medical devices event that brings together materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, product designers, researchers, and clinicians is coming to Minneapolis, Aug. 10-12.
News - 31 Mar 2009
It is a completely transparent and flexible energy conversion and storage device that you can bend and twist like a poker card.
It continues a line of prototype devices created at the USC...
News - 24 Dec 2007
Tiny copper structures with pores at both the nanometer and micron size scales could play a key role in the next generation of detonators used to improve the reliability, reduce the size and lower the...
Article - 23 Jan 2020
The use of nanoparticles to enhance clothing is not a new development. Starting in the mid-2000s, many garment manufacturers began integrating silver nanoparticles with antimicrobial qualities into...
Article - 10 Dec 2019
This article discusses how 2D materials can be characterized using AFM.
Article - 11 Feb 2019
In this article the topic of Nanoceramics is discussed, what they are and the different applications that they can be used for
Article - 18 Sep 2018
In fast developing area of technology, key developments are often hard to define however influential they are, in this article some of the key developments are touched on and why they are so important...
Article - 28 Jun 2018
Nanotechnology stands to benefit from 3D printing as it allows the materials and devices to be assembled without a human operator. This would speed up previously lengthy tasks, produce less waste, and...