Article - 18 Apr 2005
The unique properties of carbon nanotubes ensure they have great potential in many electronic and mechanical applications. This article looks at the properties, structure, fabrication and synthesis of...
Article - 1 Aug 2007
Nanocyl products can meet various specifications for electrical conductivity in different systems of resins and applications. And besides improving electrical conductivity, carbon nanotubes of Nanocyl...
Article - 15 Aug 2005
Nanoparticles have often been mixed with rubber to improve the wear and strength of tires. Many tire manufacturers are now developing engineered nanoparticles to further extend tire life.
Article - 13 Jan 2021
Research has demonstrated the potential use for carbon quantum dots (CQDs) in next-generation LEDs and display systems.
Article - 24 Aug 2004
With the limits of silicon semiconductors rapidly reaching their limits, a discovery by Cornell researchers relating to the use of complex oxides may be extremely timely. Posted August 24 2004
Article - 26 Mar 2004
Applied Materials, Inc. and Soitec announced a strategic agreement to jointly develop advanced germanium-on-insulator (GeOI) and other related critical Ge-based processes designed to significantly...
Article - 18 Feb 2004
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created a better thermal insulator by controlling material structure at the nanoscale. Posted February 12 2004
Article - 8 Feb 2006
The kSA MOS Ultra-Scan is a flexible, high-resolution scanning curvature and stress measurement system. Based on proven kSA MOS technology, this fully integrated ex-situ tool maps the curvature of...
Article - 25 Aug 2020
The discovery of a new quantum phenomenon in nano-sized nickelate materials that urges components to act in unison could have significant benefits to energy-demanding electronics and the development...
Article - 6 Jan 2017
Resistive random access memory (ReRAM) is an advanced, non-volatile memory technology. It is a front-runner to replace existing non-volatile memory technologies such as flash.