Article - 8 Apr 2005
Space applications can benefit from using nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in their production processes. This article considers the use of nanopowders in power systems, aerogels, magnetic...
News - 11 Nov 2008
Graphene is a perfect example of the wonders of nanotechnology, in which
common substances are scaled down to an atomic level to uncover new and exciting
Graphene is created...
News - 13 May 2009
Researchers at UCLA have
developed a new method for producing a hybrid graphene-carbon nanotube, or G-CNT,
for potential use as a transparent conductor in solar cells and consumer electronic...
News - 8 Nov 2010
A timely review analyzing the correlation of synthesis methods and physical
properties of single-layer and few-layered graphene flakes.
A review of methods used for synthesizing both single and...
News - 11 Jun 2008
The ability to shuttle nanometer-sized cargo controllably
could have implications in nanoscale loading and delivery applications
in biotechnology. In their article
in ACS Nano, Prof. Joseph Wang...
News - 16 Apr 2011
A University of Pennsylvania research team at the schools of Engineering and Applied Science and Arts and Sciences has discovered a method that will help control the properties of semiconductor...
News - 2 May 2008
In a “major step” toward a practical
energy source for powering tomorrow’s nanomachines,
researchers in Arizona report development of a new generation of
Article - 21 Dec 2016
This Graphene Battery User’s Guide explains the working principle of graphene batteries, and details the actionable steps to take to begin developing a graphene battery.
News - 27 Jan 2017
A research team from Kansas State University have discovered a new technique for mass-producing graphene, but without the use of catalysts, chemicals, and expensive machinery. The new technique...
News - 7 Jul 2009
Though the solar industry today predominately produces solar panels made from
crystalline silicon, they remain relatively expensive to make. New players in
the solar industry have instead been...