Article - 30 Dec 2003
Super-thin nanowires could yield optical chips, sensors for biological and chemical molecules. Posted November 27 2003
News - 11 Jan 2013
The University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) is pioneering research into developing the strongest silica nanofibres in the world.
Globally the quest has been on to...
Article - 22 Mar 2017
Researchers around the world have successfully applied nanowires for sensor and light-emitting diode technologies.
Article - 10 Dec 2004
There are several different methods of classification for nanomaterials. This article focuses on the categorisation of nanoparticles, fullerenes, dendrimers, nanowires, nanotubes, nanolayers and...
Article - 2 Feb 2004
A Chinese and US collaboration of scientists has recently made advances in the research of nano optical wave guiding. Posted February 1 2004
News - 13 Apr 2009
Our modern age has become accustomed to regular improvements in information technology, says Slava Rotkin from Lehigh University, but these advances do not come without a cost.
Take the laptop, for...
News - 19 Jun 2012
Researchers believe that indium gallium nitride, part of III-nitrides family, is an ideal material for photovoltaic applications because by altering indium concentration the material’s response...
News - 15 Mar 2012
Research and Markets has included a new report titled ‘Nanotechnology for Medical Diagnostics’ from Cientifica to its database.
The 237-page report discusses in detail about existing...
Article - 21 Nov 2012
Universities and companies in Colorado are making tremendous efforts to promote the significance of nanotechnology through various research programs, workshops, and outreach schemes.
News - 28 Mar 2018
It is hard to visualize a world in which humans can control nanoscale objects at ease according to their own will or even manipulate their own biological matter at a cellular scale by using light....