Article - 31 Jan 2004
Nanotechnology has been identified as one of the key research areas for the Ho Chi Minh City Hi-tech Zone. Posted January 28 2004.
News - 27 Jan 2009
Ronald DeMeo, MD, MBA, president and CEO with Radiation Shield Technologies (RST), today announced the company has been granted U.S. nanotechnology patent No. 7,476,889 titled "Radiation...
Article - 9 Mar 2005
Due to their unique properties, carbon nanotubes can be used for many space industry applications, such as sensors, thermal control, spacecraft, electronics and biomedicine. Also looked at here are...
Article - 16 Jan 2004
Radiation Shield Technologies, Inc. (RST) announced today the unveiling of its new Demron product line, designed specifically for protection against dirty bombs. Posted January 7 2004
News - 28 Oct 2015
Radiation Shield Technologies, a global developer of advanced personal-protection gear, today announced its introduction of Demron ICE: the world’s first full-body suit that protects against...
News - 29 Nov 2007
Ronald DeMeo, MD, MBA, president and chief executive officer with Radiation Shield Technologies (RST), today announced the company’s acquisition of Russia and Singapore patents for Demron, the...
News - 20 Feb 2009
Ronald F. DeMeo, M.D., MBA, president and chief executive officer of Radiation Shield Technologies (RST), will join top homeland security and policy experts in a panel discussion titled "Federal...
Article - 6 Nov 2003
Degussa have developed a new acrylic paint system incorporating encapsulated silica nanoparticles. The new technology allows the paint to contain a high solids content without the need for extra...
News - 17 Apr 2014
The 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster made the dangers of radiation all too real. To avoid similar tragedies in the future, scientists are working to develop new radiation-proof materials for nuclear...
News - 31 Aug 2010
Rice University scientists have created the first two-terminal memory chips that use only silicon, one of the most common substances on the planet, in a way that should be easily adaptable to...