Article - 6 May 2013
Wyoming, situated in the mountainous regions of Western United States, covers a total area of 253,348 km2, making it the 10th largest state.
Article - 8 Apr 2013
Lanthanum oxide is insoluble in water, soluble in dilute acid, and highly hygroscopic. Lanthanum oxide nanoparticles have a high photoelectric conversion efficiency.
Article - 31 Mar 2013
Silicon nanotubes are tube-like nanoparticles which are made of silicon atoms. They are similar to carbon nanotubes and widely used in the semiconductor industry due to their exceptional...
Article - 15 Feb 2013
The separation of gas mixtures using nanoporous materials is an emerging field of research with many potential applications including fuel cells, batteries, gas sensors and gas purification.
Article - 10 Jan 2013
The University of Nevada, with campuses in Las Vegas and Reno, is active in nanotechnology research, and a number of nanotech companies operate out of the area, covering application areas from...
Article - 30 Oct 2012
Recently, a CNRS team from the Institut Charles Sadron headed by Nicolas Giuseppone, professor at the Université de Strasbourg, along with researchers from the Laboratoire de Matière et Systèmes...
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 - 30 Jul 2012
Photocatalytic nanoparticles can use the energy in sunlight to decompose molecules, from dirt molecules on glass surfaces to water molecules.
Article - 25 Jun 2012
Fuel cells already have a stronghold in a growing corner of the energy market. Advances in nanotechnology are speeding up that growth by making fuel cells cheaper, smaller, more efficient and...
Article - 1 Dec 2010
Many exciting areas of nanotechnology research are converging on artificial photosynthesis. The connection between the health of our plant and the humans it sustains is now part of a growing field...