News - 8 Nov 2013
Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich have developed a new method of using nanotubes to detect molecules at...
News - 17 Oct 2013
Scientists have created a heat-resistant thermal emitter that could significantly improve the efficiency of solar cells. The novel component is designed to convert heat from the sun into infrared...
News - 22 Jan 2013
Two teams of researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas have been chosen to help a $194 million national network create the technologies of the next generation.
One UT Dallas team will...
News - 29 Oct 2012
IBM scientists have demonstrated a new approach to carbon nanotechnology that opens up the path for commercial fabrication of dramatically smaller, faster and more powerful computer chips.
News - 9 Jul 2012
Researchers led by Professor Joseph Lyding at the University of Illinois have devised a new technique to sharpen microscopic probes that significantly enhances image resolution. Probes are essential...
News - 3 May 2012
Nanobiotix, a company developing novel cancer nanotherapeutics, and Thomas Jefferson University, one of Philadelphia's premier medical and health sciences universities, today announced that they have...
News - 8 Dec 2011
New three-dimensional transistors made from tiny indium-gallium-arsenide nanowires can help engineers design lighter laptops and more efficient, compact and faster integrated circuits.
News - 17 Sep 2011
The medicine agency of France, AFSSAPS has approved the commencement of the first clinical trial of NBTXR3, the lead compound in the NanoXray pipeline of Nanabiotix.
Under the first phase of the...
News - 25 Apr 2011
Applied Seals North America has launched an applications and design facility at its headquarters located in Silicon Valley. The center will enable the company to address customer issues with seals,...
News - 2 Dec 2010
A group of Beckman Institute researchers have discovered a practical method for direct writing of metal lines less than five nanometers (5 nm) wide, a big step in creating contacts to and...