Article - 7 Jan 2013
Carbon nanotubes can improve the electrical, thermal and mechanical properties of ceramic matrix composite materials.
Article - 14 Apr 2020
Graphene-based nanomaterials can be used in antibacterial applications and show great potential in future drug research.
Article - 30 Jun 2013
Switzerland, a Central European, landlocked country located to the north of Italy and east of France, covers an overall area of 41,277 km2.
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 - 18 Feb 2013
High-quality synthetic graphene will be an expensive option for the near future - but graphene composites can allow engineers to reap the benefits of the "wonder material" much sooner and at a lower...
Article - 15 Jun 2012
Bruker's AcuityXR Surface Profiler has been designed in such a way that it can significantly enhance the lateral resolution for a broad class of measurements.
Article - 18 May 2010
Bacteria readily adhere on all types of surfaces and form biofilms. The biofilm protects the colonizing microorganisms and thus, bacteria in a biofilm can be several orders of magnitude more resistant...
Article - 1 Oct 2009
Future nano-devices are expected to underpin many of the technologies that society relies on, ranging from household electronics to medical implants.
Article - 15 Jan 2009
The AFM is a powerful tool for observing the levels of alignment and organisation in collagen structures. These measurements can illuminate fundamental biological questions, as well as test new...
Article - 23 Aug 2006
Artificial nanostructures, such as nanoparticles and nanodevices, being of the same size as biological entities, can readily interact with biomolecules on both the cell surface and within the cell....