News - 29 Jun 2015
An implantable, microchip-based device may soon replace the injections and pills now needed to treat chronic diseases: Earlier this month, MIT spinout Microchips Biotech partnered with a...
News - 6 Oct 2014
Nanoparticles have the potential to revolutionize the medical industry, but they must possess a few critical properties. First, they need to target a specific region, so that they do not scatter...
News - 9 Apr 2013
Nearly everyone knows what the inside of a computer or a mobile phone looks like: A stiff circuit board, usually green, crammed with chips, resistors, capacitors and sockets, interconnected by a...
News - 21 Nov 2012
Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have modified electrically-conductive polymers, commonly used in solar energy applications, to develop revolutionary polymer nanoparticles (PNs) for a...
News - 10 Jun 2011
A team of scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory of the Department of Energy are working together with researchers from the Wuhan University in China to manufacture electrodes using...
News - 10 Feb 2011
A new combination of nanoparticles and graphene results in a more durable catalytic material for fuel cells, according to work published today online at the Journal of the American Chemical...
News - 17 Apr 2010
Conventional die castings can be made stronger using new, more environmentally friendly technologies developed by CSIRO.
The two new technologies – a dynamic gating system and the 'ATM...
Article - 4 Oct 2018
This article talks about the characterization of photovoltaics using atomic force microscopy.
News - 18 Sep 2007
For orthopaedic implants to be successful, bone must meld to the metal that these artificial hips, knees and shoulders are made of. A team of Brown University engineers, led by Thomas Webster, has...
Article - 23 Apr 2018
There are numerous carbon nanotubes properties and applications which take full advantage of CNTs unique properties of aspect ratio, mechanical strength, electrical and thermal conductivity.