Article - 30 Mar 2004
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are reporting the discovery of a simple method for rapidly creating different shapes of carbon nanotube structures. Posted March 23 2004
Article - 10 Jul 2007
Our current way of living places massive demands on the environment surrounding us. The demands are not just harmful for the environment itself, but also for us, the people living in it....
Article - 22 Mar 2004
GP Surgical, a Nashville-based distributor of medical products, today announced the recent FDA approval of TiMESH, a revolutionary, new mesh device for hernia repair. Posted March 11 2004
News - 2 Jul 2011
Applied Nanotech Holdings declared that it has received the Phase I SBIR grant from the US Department of Energy amounting to $149,426 to advance extremely less weight hydrogen fuel tanks applying...
Article - 11 Aug 2015
As nanotechnology continues to advance in almost every scientific field, its application in industry has been particularly valuable through the growing use of nanocomposites. A nanocomposite can be a...
Article - 1 Aug 2007
Nanocyl is a manufacturer of specialty and industrial carbon nanotubes, active in the nanotechnology. Nanocyl scientists and engineers continue to develop high quality grades of carbon nanotubes for...
Article - 27 Jun 2006
Much of the recent nanotechnology/nanomaterial hype has centred around carbon nanotubes, sometimes also referred to as buckytubes. This article looks at the amazing properties of this material,...
News - 15 Feb 2013
Research carried out by scientists at Georgia Institute of Technology and The University of Manchester has revealed new insights into how cells stick to each other and to other bodily structures, an...
News - 24 Mar 2010
Professors Henry Cardenas and Sven Eklund, and Ph.D. candidate Kunal Kupwade-Patil of the College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University will present their award-winning paper at the...
News - 12 Dec 2007
Their day job is to keep trees upright. But now the forest's tiniest building blocks are on their way into fancy products for the future.
Imagine a packaging material that kills bacteria and...