News - 17 May 2007
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method to bond materials that don’t normally stick together. The team’s adhesive, which is based on self-assembling...
Article - 21 Jul 2006
A number of aerospace companies have ongoing programs for the utilization of nano-sized particles of hafnium or aluminum for rocket propulsion applications.
News - 16 Nov 2018
As a result of one unusual feature of carbon nanotubes, engineers can soon measure the accumulated strain in anything from bridges and airplanes, to pipelines, over the whole surface or down to...
News - 14 Sep 2016
From the printing press to the jet engine, mechanical machines with moving parts have been the basis of technology for several centuries. With the U.S. industry developing smaller mechanical...
News - 14 Jan 2010
The Department of Energy's Office of Nuclear Physics recently named Berkeley Lab's Nuclear Science Division to lead a nine-institution collaboration investigating the "Quantitative Jet...
News - 14 Oct 2009
European researchers have created a world-leading camera in CMOS that can record photons at a million times a second. Best of all, it will be really cheap to manufacture, offering applications in...
Article - 27 Feb 2017
While they have been identified, named and classified, not much is known about the heaviest, radioactive elements at the bottom of the periodic table.
Article - 12 Oct 2012
AZoNano speaks to Lance Criscuolo, CEO of Zyvex Technologies about their materials and vessels, including the recently launched LRV-17 Long Range Vessel.
Article - 26 Mar 2013
Situated in the western and southwest regions of the United States, New Mexico spans a total area of 315,194 km2 and, as of 2011, has a population of 2,082,224.
Article - 24 Aug 2009
Nanotechnology is widely regarded as one of the most important sources of new technology over coming decades and will have applications across a broad range of industries. The automotive and aerospace...