Article - 6 May 2004
In a development that brings the promise of mass production to nanoscale devices, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists have transformed carbon nanotubes into conveyor belts capable of...
Article - 19 Apr 2004
University College Cork, University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin have been given $12.5 million in government funding to establish a joint-research center called CRANN (Centre for Research...
Article - 21 Apr 2005
This article considers the different ways that physics operates at nanoscale level, and also looks at the self-assembly process. The article concludes by looking at the tools and devices used in cell...
Article - 7 Jul 2005
The successful growth of nanotechnology can only occur if the right tools and instruments are available. Current and future markets, global competition, technical challenges faced by manufacturers,...
Article - 12 Apr 2005
NASA plans to use nanotechnology and nanomaterials in its projects, and is focusing its research on nanomaterials, nanoelectronics and biomolecular nanotechnology. NASA is also exploring the potential...
Article - 15 Feb 2017
The PCS and KRISS teams have constructed a nanodevice in which both single and bilayer graphene sheets have been sandwiched by a thick back-gate with a diameter of approximately 20 nm and a thin...
Article - 10 Jul 2011
Despite graphenes impressive list of promising prospects, it does not have a band-gap, once it is conducting it cannot be switched-off. .
Article - 28 Apr 2010
Joining, whether at the nano-, micro- or macro-scale, has been an essential part of manufacturing and assembly of man-made products, providing mechanical coupling and support, electrical connection or...
Article - 23 Jun 2004
Researchers at Sandia and Los Alomos national labortatories have developed a wireless nanodevice similar to a fluoresecent light. The work is another step in creating white light emitting diodes and...
Article - 15 Dec 2003
The December 23, 2002 issue of Applied Physics Letters reports on research from Hosei University into onboard power supplies for nano devices and biochips. Posted December 22 2002