Article - 17 Jul 2017
The need for efficient solar cells is becoming vital, particularly when they are one of the cheapest and easiest ways to generate clean energy.
Article - 16 Jun 2017
Traditional scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) scan a selected area over the surface of a sample by utilizing a focused beam of high-energy electrons to generate signals onto the surface of the...
Article - 19 Apr 2017
Cation exchange (CE) is known to be a powerful tool for the synthesis of heterogeneous nanocrystals and is currently divided into two main routes- ion solvation-driven CE reactions and thermally...
Article - 10 Apr 2017
One of the most pressing challenges that the graphene industry faces is a lack of pure production of the material. A recent research report conducted by the Centre for Advanced 2 D Materials.
Article - 18 Oct 2016
In-situ characterization of a sample is sometimes necessary to identify and understand the root cause of a problem and then develop an ideal countermeasure.
Article - 25 Aug 2016
Oxygen-free solutions are often used for electrochemical experiments, as ambient oxygen readily dissolves in aqueous solutions and creates a reduction wave that interferes with many electrode...
Article - 3 Aug 2016
Dr. Neil Sarkar, President and Co-Founder of ICSPI and Duncan Strathearn, Director of Product Development at ICSPI talk to AZoNano about the world's first Mircroscopic Microscope, the new Single-Chip...
Article - 20 Apr 2016
Prof Antje Baeumner, talks to AZoNano about her research into a new nanofiber material used within biosensors to explore new functionalities that can be used within the assays.
News - 22 May 2007
Australian nanotech successes including the bionic ear, water treatment solutions, drug delivery treatments, rapid medical diagnostics, fuel cells, and thermally active granules-cleaning paints will...
Article - 16 Oct 2015
Jérôme Pollak, Business Development Director at Tekna Plasma Systems, talks to AZoNano about commercializing boron nitride nanotubes for advanced materials applications.