Article - 16 Feb 2012
Combining microfluidic devices with MEMS and silicon based sensors to make “Lab on a Chip” or BioMEMS products is a rapidly growing commercial enterprise. Typical applications include biosensors, flow...
Article - 15 Aug 2018
This article is based on a talk by Professor Alexander Seifalian from NanoRegMed Ltd, UK, at the NANOMED conference in Manchester (June 2018).
Article - 21 Aug 2017
A group of Researchers at the University of Illinois have recently published their study in the Journal of Materials Chemistry which describes a new and sustainable approach to transfer graphene and...
Article - 5 Apr 2017
A research team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Department of Materials Science and Engineering has recently developed nanowire-coated fibers for optoelectronic probing of...
Article - 16 Nov 2007
In this paper carbon nanotubes were investigated in the form of powder, grown on a Si substrate and as CNT sheets or mats, or bucky paper.
Article - 15 Nov 2013
Nanowires have a number of exciting properties which are not exhibited by 3-D or bulk materials. This is due to the fact that electrons within the nanowires are quantum confined and have energy levels...
Article - 12 Apr 2018
This article is on the applications of nanotechnology in transportation. Nanomaterials exhibit different chemical & physical properties, such as size distribution, surface area to volume ratio,...
Article - 2 May 2017
This week's graphene stories include the mapping of electron flow in graphene by a University of Melbourne team, and a mechanical testing study at MIT quantifying graphene's ability to resist...
Article - 13 Apr 2015
Soft materials such as micelles and liposomes hold promise in the pharmaceutical sector as drug delivery vehicles. As the interest in accurate drug delivery is increasing, these microemulsions need to...
Article - 27 Aug 2013
Beckman Coulter tools help quantify cellular toxicity caused by nanoparticles, reducing time to remove aggregated particles and to quantify cell toxicity.