Article - 16 Jun 2016
RHK talk to Prof. Rob Carpick, professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania and a long time RHK microscope and controller user, about the new R9 controller that is being used...
Article - 13 May 2016
Scanning microwave impedance microscopy, also known as sMIM, is an atomic force microscopy (AFM)-based method used for the characterization of materials and devices.
Article - 16 Oct 2015
Spectroscopy is a technique widely used in analytical chemistry to identify and characterise samples of material.
Article - 24 Sep 2015
Existing methods fail to give all of the required data on a SWNT in one measurement so hybrid techniques are required. Raman spectroscopy combined with dynamic light scattering (DLS) provides an...
Article - 17 Jul 2014
Nanoelectronics, composite materials and hydrogen fuel cells are just a few applications a new three dimensional porous nanostructure could make possible. Researchers from Rice University have made a...
Article - 15 Jul 2014
Nanotechnology experienced a huge surge 30 years ago when a soccer-ball-shaped formation of carbon atoms was created. The discoverers were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1996 and the windfall of publicity...
Article - 4 Oct 2013
A new fuel cell catalyst made from gelatin has been created at Birmingham University. The material could replace the much more expensive platinum in fuel cells for vehicles and small-scale electricity...
Article - 26 Sep 2013
Engineers at Stanford have created the first working carbon nanotube computer - validating the technology as a potential replacement for silicon semiconductors in electronics.
Article - 15 Jul 2013
Japan is an island nation in East Asia. It is situated in the Pacific Ocean and covers a total area of 377,944 km2. As of July 2014, the country has a population of 127,061,000.
Article - 14 Jul 2013
Malaysia is a peninsular country situated in southeastern Asia. As of 2014, it has a population of 30,262,000 and covers a total area of 329,847 km2.