Article - 17 May 2006
Carbon nanotubes have a host of unique properties. These properties include high electrical conductivity, flexibility, elasticity and thermal conductivity.
Article - 29 Aug 2005
Classification 977, also called Class 977, was specially written by the US PTO to cover the competitive area of nanotechnology patenting and Intellectual Property (IP) rights. How Class 977 has...
Article - 26 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology is set to play an important role in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors for humans and animals. How nanoparticles, microfluidic devices, biochips, nanoshells, nanocapsules,...
Article - 2 Apr 2004
Researchers at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas have found that a type of buckyball, can cause significant brain damage in fish. The preliminary study is only small but has demonstrated...
Article - 11 Feb 2004
Researchers at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Information Technologies in Poland are working on the development of trees that don’t produce wood but make plastic, metals, metal alloys and...
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 - 6 Nov 2003
Wave-particle duality has been observed in a biomolecule and buckyballs. Posted September 5 2003
Article - 14 Dec 2004
Nanotubes and novel materials (‘nanomaterials’) are likely to be used across many industries, including packaging, space travel, automobiles, fuel catalysts, textiles and construction.
Article - 16 May 2006
Since their discovery several methods have been used to produce single and multi walled nanotubes.
Article - 12 Apr 2005
Advances in medical nanotechnology are likely to be used in biomedical applications for space projects. This article looks at medical diagnostics, biochips, lab on a chip systems, medical sensors,...