Article - 8 Mar 2018
Empower Materials QPAC® are the cleanest thermally decomposable organic/sacrificial binders in the world: metallic pastes and organic-sacrificial binders.
Article - 8 Sep 2017
In an effort to combine graphene and nanoparticles, a team of Scientists have developed a revolutionary synthesis method that enhances the phenomenal properties of these materials without any need to...
Article - 22 Jun 2017
To develop a method of attaching nanoparticles to functionalized graphene without distorting its native planarity and properties, the group of researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago...
Article - 18 May 2017
Researchers from Michigan State have created a paper thin ferroelectric nanogenerator for next generation audio devices with potential future applications such as an audible newspaper,...
Article - 9 May 2017
This graphene research update includes an investigation into the production of graphene from ethene on a rhodium substrate, and a novel speaker design that uses the properties of graphene to remove...
Article - 5 May 2017
A new contact lens based system has been developed that can monitor glucose levels in tears. The system can also be used to detect the emergence of glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness.
Article - 11 Apr 2017
Nanomaterials are finding a wide variety of applications including next generation computer chips, improved insulating materials, LED displays, high energy density batteries, high power magnets, high...
Article - 4 Apr 2017
The antibacterial properties of nanosilver have been successfully applied for a variety of health treatments including intravenous, urinary and tracheal catheters, endotracheal tubes, bone cements,...
Article - 16 Oct 2015
Spectroscopy is a technique widely used in analytical chemistry to identify and characterise samples of material.
Article - 24 Sep 2015
Nanoscale materials, in the form of nanoparticles, are playing an important and growing role across a range of different applications and industries which seek to exploit the unique properties...