Article - 9 Mar 2007
Like the industrial revolution, which took almost 50 years to come to fruition, the impact of nanotechnology is likely to be gradual and almost evolutionary until we find ourselves in the midst of...
Article - 9 Aug 2006
Part 2 of an adaptation of "Managing the Effects of Nanotechnology". This article argues that better and more aggressive oversight and new resources are needed to manage the potential adverse effects...
Article - 7 Jun 2006
This technote reports on recent advancements in nanopositioning technology, such as parallel kinematics, active trajectory control, new control algorithms for vibration suppression and tracking error...
Article - 18 Mar 2004
Going beyond traditional electronics in the solid state, it is plausible to think that the next revolution in electronics would be molecular.
Article - 19 Jan 2018
One of the main advantages of Raman measurements is that the samples need no preparation; this makes the technique perfect for in situ measurement applications within the process industry.
Article - 26 Apr 2017
Electrochemistry refers to the interplay between chemical and electrical energy, where electrons drive chemical changes or chemical reactions to move electric charges.
Article - 12 Jul 2010
This article focuses on laboratory methods that are most often used in research and quality control applications.
Article - 23 Dec 2005
The view that nanotechnology will lead to tiny robotic submarines navigating our bloodstream is ubiquitous but there is an almost surreal gap between what the technology is believed to promise and...
Article - 12 Jul 2005
The new NPS3000 series closed loop digital controllers are the Next Generation of NanoPositioning systems from SDL Queensgate. They have been designed specifically to control Queensgate's nanometer...
Dr Ravi Krishnamurthy joined Nanotechnology Victoria Ltd (“NanoVic”) in January 2005 on secondment from Monash University, where he was a Logan Research Fellow. In June 2005 he was recruited to...