Article - 20 Mar 2020
Nanocellulose's most notable application is in food packaging as a biological and eco-friendly alternative to conventional packaging materials. It is also present in a range of applications, including...
Article - 16 Jan 2020
A borehole is a narrow shaft drilled into the ground, either vertically or horizontally. It is constructed for different purposes, such as the extraction of water, petroleum, and gases, etc.
Article - 10 Jan 2020
Many industries rely upon techniques that provide accurate information on substances and products being tested. One set of techniques that have importance for research and development in several...
Article - 11 Dec 2019
The University of Michigan have made several discoveries in nanoengineering using ultra-low vibration.
Article - 10 Aug 2018
During the process of making physical systems smaller, it can be difficult to tell in which ways physical laws still apply.
Article - 23 Oct 2017
Graphene, known worldwide as a potential wonder material, is asserting its dominance across nanotechnology, materials science, chemistry and physics fields.
Article - 11 Aug 2017
Produced as a result of the combustion of fossil fuels, CO2 emissions have been associated with raising the average global temperature, which thereby seriously affects normal weather patterns, the...
Article - 20 Feb 2017
By integrating a graphene amplifier with a pyroelectric (LiNbO3) substrate scientists at the Cambridge Graphene Centre constructed a bolometer with a TCR of 900% K-1. This was achieved by fabricating...
Article - 20 Jun 2013
Researchers at the University of Maryland's Nanocenter have developed a new battery using novel materials - but not the usual suspects. Their battery uses wood fibers, coated with carbon nanotubes and...
Article - 13 Mar 2013
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus causing the deadly disease acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) that destroys the human immune system causing life-threatening infections.