Article - 27 Apr 2005
Electron Beam Lithography (EBL) is a special technique for making the very fine patterns that are needed by the electronics sector for integrated circuits. EBL resists (Negative Tone and Positive...
News - 16 Dec 2011
A research team led by Deyu Li, who serves as an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt University, has developed a novel method to modify and improve the thermal conductivity of...
Article - 26 Sep 2011
To use electron or ion beams to create nano-patterns the three methods that are typically used include ion beam milling, beam induced chemistry (deposition and etch), and beam induced lithography....
News - 22 May 2014
When the English author Sir Francis Bacon wrote "The world's a bubble" in 1629, it's a safe bet he wasn't thinking about microfluidics. However, for a research team led by...
News - 27 Apr 2010
Pop a bubble while washing the dishes and you're likely to release a few drops of water trapped when the soapy sphere formed. A few years ago, researchers at the National Institute of Standards...
News - 11 Jun 2009
Innovatech Labs, a contract materials testing lab specializing in materials characterization, is helping ensure product cleanliness and composition for engineers and manufacturers with Fourier...
Article - 27 May 2008
This article looks at FAQ's about carbon nanotubes and their use in nanotechnology including how carbon nanotubes are made and their unique properties
News - 7 Jun 2007
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method of compacting carbon nanotubes into dense bundles. These tightly packed bundles are efficient conductors and could one day...
News - 31 Mar 2011
Researchers led by Kenji Hata at the Advanced Industrialof Science and Technology at Tsukuba in Japan have developed a strain sensor that deploys a carbon nanotube network to repeatedly break up and...
News - 10 Jun 2010
People have been combining materials to bring forth the best properties of both ever since copper and tin were merged to start the Bronze Age.
In the latest successful merger, researchers at the...