Article - 7 Dec 2012
In this interview, David Carroll, Director of the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University, talks to AzoNano about their new FIPEL lighting technology, how it will...
Article - 23 Nov 2012
Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland comprises more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.
Article - 17 Aug 2012
Nanotechnology is billed to revolutionize many areas of science and industry. But will it be a green revolution? This article explores the environmental pros and cons of nanotech.
Article - 9 Jul 2012
The computing industry demands ever smaller, faster, and more efficient processors, and we are beginning to encounter limits to just how small the necessary components can be made. Making switches...
Article - 27 Jun 2012
Nanomedicine could greatly improve quality of life for diabetes sufferers, from more accurate and convenient glucose monitoring systems to potential cures.
Article - 26 Mar 2012
Height measurement by AFM is crucial in metrology, however it would also benefit from the capability to perform sidewall roughness imaging.
Article - 27 Nov 2011
The statement that a materials functionality is controlled by defects is perhaps the most recognized paradigm of materials science, solid state electrochemistry, and condensed physics alike.
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....
Article - 12 Apr 2011
Bruker's PeakForce TUNA technique is easy to use and proves to be the most capable method of force control mapping, especially for delicate samples and measuring electrical properties. Other TUNA...
Article - 19 Sep 2010
IBN's single-step fabrication technique obviates the time-consuming and labor-intensive lithography process for nano-scale device fabrication, and enhances the fabrication accuracy and yield.