News - 19 Feb 2007
A newly designed porous membrane, so thin it's invisible edge-on, may revolutionize the way doctors and scientists manipulate objects as small as a molecule.
The 50-atom thick filter can...
Article - 29 Nov 2013
With exceptional electrical, optical, mechanical and chemical properties, Graphene was deemed a wonder material upon its fabrication in Manchester, UK in 2004. It is comprised solely of carbon bonded...
Article - 19 Nov 2013
Serious injuries have always been an inherent risk of contact sports. Increased pressure from governing bodies, fans and ultimately the players, has forced teams to make player health a priority.
Article - 15 Nov 2013
DARPA, the research arm of the United States defense agencies, has been in pursuit of special suit for warriors that would utilize advanced robotics and nanomaterials technology to prevent injury and...
Article - 1 Nov 2013
In the search for efficient and cost-effective energy solutions, a structure that constructs itself provides an interesting solution.
Article - 20 Sep 2013
Researchers at the University of Sydney have developed a new nanostructured material which uses "raspberry particles" to trap water droplets on its surface, with potential applications from preventing...
News - 31 Jan 2007
If you could paint a gallon of paint one nanometer thick, how much area could you cover?
The surprising answer-about 930 acres, or slightly larger than New York's Central Park-certainly makes...
Article - 3 Sep 2013
DNA strands, the building blocks of life, have now been used to create nanostructures that could help revolutionise drug delivery.
Article - 1 Aug 2013
Argentina is a South American country located between Uruguay and Chile. The country has a total area of 2,780,400 km2. As of July 2012, its population was 42,192,494.
Article - 19 Jul 2013
The ultrasonic electronic generator converts AC line power to a 20 KHz signal that powers a piezoelectric convertor/transducer. The transducer in turn converts this electrical signal to a mechanical...