News - 13 Feb 2013
Miniaturization of electronic components is reaching a physical limit. While the solution of three dimensional assembly has the advantage of reducing bulk, the manufacture of electrical connections in...
News - 19 Mar 2011
Research conducted at the Center for Nanoscale Materials and Argonne's Biosciences Division has discovered a user-friendly and cost-effective method, by which nanoparticles can be fitted into...
News - 16 Feb 2011
New research sheds light on the interaction between the semi-flexible protein tropomyosin and actin thin filaments.
The study, published by Cell Press on February 15th in the Biophysical Journal,...
News - 24 Aug 2010
sp3 Diamond Technologies, Inc. (sp3), a leading supplier of diamond products, equipment and services, today introduced its newest hot-filament chemical vapor deposition (CVD) diamond reactor, the...
News - 22 Jan 2010
A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, in Germany, led by the Spanish physicist Rubén Fernández-Busnadiego, has managed to obtain 3D images of the vesicles and...
News - 1 Dec 2009
A whole microcosm of various bizarrely shaped life forms opens up when you look at diatoms, the primary component of ocean plankton, under a microscope. The regularly structured silica shells of these...
News - 6 May 2009
In an effort to explore the boundary between thermodynamics and quantum mechanics -- two fundamental yet seemingly incompatible theories of physics -- a team from the UCLA Department of Physics and...
News - 20 Nov 2008
sp3 Diamond Technologies, Inc. (sp3), a leading supplier of diamond film products, equipment and services, today brought to market the newest member of its Model 650 Series of Hot Filament CVD...
News - 20 Aug 2015
One of the striking features of self-organization in biomolecular systems is the capacity of assemblies of filamentous particles for synchronous motion. Physicists of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet...
Article - 1 Sep 2006
Unlike Scanning Electron Microscopy that bounces electrons off the surface of a sample to produce an image, Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEMs) shoot the electrons completely through the sample.