Article - 22 Mar 2007
Concerns with climate change have lead many to look to nanotechnology as a science with the potential to deliver new, sustainable and environmentally friendly methods of providing energy solutions.
Article - 19 Mar 2004
NEC Corporation, the Japan Science and Technology Corporation and the Institute of Research and Innovation announced they have developed a tiny fuel cell for mobile terminals using the much...
Article - 11 Jun 2013
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a testing platform for solar-driven electrochemical systems using microfluidics, which allows small-scale screening of anode and...
Article - 10 Feb 2004
Just as many researchers are working to manipulate real atoms and build materials from atomic levels, others are doing the same thing with computers to simulate these materials and investigate their...
Article - 6 Aug 2012
Hydrogen is an extremely promising form of energy storage. Nanotechnology could provide some of the answers to the problems with production and storage of hydrogen which have been holding back the...
Article - 17 May 2004
Nanostellar is to present Nanostellar’s proprietary approach to design & synthesize nano catalysts for a wide range of clean energy applications. Posted May 14 2004
Article - 24 Nov 2017
Graphene is constantly being employed into various battery and energy storage technologies and this has become one of the largest growing areas of graphene research commercially.
Article - 22 Sep 2014
The future of power may be on the nanoscale. Scientist around the world are currently trying to solve some of the major issues associated with todays technology. Advancements in solar cells, batteries...
Article - 16 Jul 2008
In this interview, John Guerin, Direction of Global Accounts for Micromeitics, talks about their latest developments, products and technologies.
Article - 26 Mar 2004
A step towards building tiny motors on the scale of a molecule has been demonstrated by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). Posted...