Article - 10 Nov 2004
Using nanotechnology self-assembly tools to build products from the bottom-up, should offer massive savings to companies operating in the in the electronics and semiconductors industry, and many other...
Article - 12 Apr 2005
Specially prepared crystalline semiconductors that emit different colours of light when illuminated by lasers allow scientists to watch the inner workings of a living cell. The process consists of...
Article - 26 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology is set to play an important role in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors for humans and animals. How nanoparticles, microfluidic devices, biochips, nanoshells, nanocapsules,...
Article - 2 Dec 2003
A material that can be used for F2 lithography has been made by a Japanese manufacturer, Mitsui Mining and Smelting. Posted August 18 2003
Article - 4 Aug 2010
As a result of the increasing demand for smaller optical devices, a field called nano-optics is quickly emerging.
Article - 25 Aug 2005
Quantum dots, also called semiconductor nanocrystals, possess unique properties which have application in a number of industries, including medicine. Properties, behaviour, use in the medical sector,...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) methods can be used to measure the mechanical, electrical and field emission properties of individual carbon nanotubes. This overview highlights the in-situ TEM...
Article - 4 Aug 2006
Aimed at entrepreneurs and leaders from industry, academia and government, CPI services focus on bridging the gap between scientific and commercial innovation. CPI help clients to surmount their...
Article - 4 Mar 2005
Experiments performed in microgravity are helping researchers to advance knowledge about nanotechnology. This work is aimed at improving techniques in the gas phase synthesis of nanopowders and...
Article - 13 May 2005
Dynamic light scattering (DLS) has become an increasingly popular tool for screeing tool for crystallography since the early 1990's. Its use in protein crystallisatio0n screening is described taking...