News - 29 Jul 2008
There's a new "gold standard" in the sensitivity of weighing scales. Using the same technology with which they created the world's first fully functional nanotube radio, researchers...
News - 3 Feb 2014
Nanoscale Processing for NEMS and MEMS’ is the topic for the next Oxford Instruments technical workshop, being hosted in conjunction with the Institute of Electronics Micro-electronics and...
Article - 3 Aug 2006
CPI have established the Centre for Electronic Nano-Systems (CENS).
News - 1 Sep 2009
The University of Southampton's Southampton Nanofabrication Centre, which opens next week (9 September), will make it possible to manufacture high-speed and non-volatile 'universal memory'...
News - 4 Nov 2008
Physicists working at Canada's National Institute for Nanotechnology (NINT), the University of Alberta, and Norcada Inc. have perfected a technique for controlling the oscillation of NEMS. They...
News - 19 Nov 2013
A team of Columbia Engineering researchers, led by Mechanical Engineering Professor James Hone and Electrical Engineering Professor Kenneth Shepard, has taken advantage of graphene's special...
News - 15 Feb 2010
A conference which will discuss emerging silicon-based nanotechnologies for advanced information + communication devices which mean that mobile phones and computers will be even lighter, more...
News - 10 Dec 2009
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory are developing a way to control the Casimir force, a quantum mechanical force which attracts objects when they are only a...
News - 20 Jun 2009
At the quantum level, the atoms that make up matter and the photons that make up light behave in a number of seemingly bizarre ways. Particles can exist in "superposition," in more than one...
News - 1 Jun 2009
Nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) devices have the potential to revolutionize the world of sensors: motion, chemical, temperature, etc. But taking electromechanical devices from the micro scale...