News - 24 Dec 2007
Tiny copper structures with pores at both the nanometer and micron size scales could play a key role in the next generation of detonators used to improve the reliability, reduce the size and lower the...
Article - 16 Nov 2018
This article discusses nanofabrication and the benefits of a bottom up nanofabrication appraoch.
News - 14 Mar 2007
MIT researchers have created an inexpensive method to screen for millions of different biomolecules (DNA, proteins, etc.) in a single sample--a technology that could make possible the development of...
News - 19 Sep 2017
Researchers from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have created an innovative electrocatalyst with the ability to directly convert carbon dioxide...
News - 27 Aug 2014
Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report: Advanced Ceramics and Nanoceramic Powders.
BCC Research estimates that the global consumption of advanced and nanoscale...
News - 16 Apr 2010
When lasers that could emit ultrashort pulses of light became available in the 1980s, Steve Leone recalls, they ushered in a new field of "femtochemistry." A femtosecond is a quadrillionth...
Article - 18 Sep 2018
In fast developing area of technology, key developments are often hard to define however influential they are, in this article some of the key developments are touched on and why they are so important...
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 - 17 Jan 2010
This review will focus on carbon nanotubes attached on larger graphitic solids, which can range from simple flat graphite to complex cellular foams having open-interconnected porosity.
News - 3 Sep 2010
A new low-cost etching technique developed at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory can put a trillion holes in a silicon wafer the size of a compact disc.