News - 11 Mar 2022
An article published in the journal Scientific Reports investigated a potentially clean solution for storing mercury waste based on the containment of solid-state nanoscale mercury at room temperature...
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News - 28 Jun 2008
With rising energy prices and greater concern over global warming, compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are having a successful run. Sales of the curlicue, energy-sipping bulbs, which previously had...
Article - 12 Nov 2021
Researchers have created a solid form of mercury at room temperature that exhibits unique electrochemical properties.
News - 18 Aug 2009
Naturally occurring organic matter in water and sediment appears to play a key role in helping microbes convert tiny particles of mercury in the environment into a form that is dangerous to most...
News - 5 Mar 2013
A research group of WPI-MANA, including Dr. Chung Vu Hoang (Doctoral Research Fellow), Dr. Tadaaki Nagao (Group Leader of Nano-System Photonics Group), Dr. Masakazu Aono (Director-General of MANA),...
News - 2 May 2007
With gold nanoparticles, DNA and some smart chemistry as their tools, scientists at Northwestern University have developed a simple "litmus test" for mercury that eventually could be used...
Article - 22 Sep 2009
RMIT University researchers have used nanotechnology to create a pioneering sensor that can precisely measure one of the world's most poisonous substances, mercury.
News - 8 Jun 2022
Solid-state nanofluidic channels are promising tools for selective sensing of analytes. However, delayed interaction of recognition moieties with analytes hinders their application in rapid detection...
News - 9 Jun 2020
In a world-first, an international research team, led by Monash University and ANSTO, has created an ultrathin porous membrane to completely separate potentially harmful ions, such as lead and...