Article - 9 Jan 2004
Materials fortified with carbon nanotubes are strongest when the embedded filaments run parallel to each other, but electronic and thermal conductivity are best when the nanotubes are oriented...
Article - 30 Nov 2013
Nanostructures are usually assumed to be a relatively new phenomenon, but in fact some nanoparticles have been present in animals and minerals for millions of years.
Article - 30 Dec 2003
Super-thin nanowires could yield optical chips, sensors for biological and chemical molecules. Posted November 27 2003
Article - 24 Jun 2013
Favourable government funding and a strong research sector make England a hotspot for nanotechnology developments. Consequentlly, England is worth watching for both nanotech developments and...
Article - 14 Jan 2004
University of Queensland researchers have discovered novel miniature organisms. At 20 to 150 nanometres in length, the organisms, which they call nanobes, are much smaller than the smallest certified...
Article - 8 Mar 2018
Find out how binders and QPAC® polyalkylene carbonate are used in 3D printers and additive technology applications.
Article - 14 Nov 2019
IR nanospectroscopy enables the extraction of detailed chemical information at the nanoscale and the identification of properties that influence the performance of functional materials.
Article - 15 Aug 2017
Secondary ion mass spectrometry, otherwise known as SIMS, is a well-established analytical technique for determining the elemental composition of a sample through ion bombardment and sputtering...
Article - 16 Jan 2020
The development of agriculture is essential due to the rapid growth in population, creating a demand for food. Sustainable growth of the agricultural system using new and innovative techniques such as...
Article - 16 May 2006
Since their discovery several methods have been used to produce single and multi walled nanotubes.