Article - 9 Mar 2005
Energy conversion efficiency rates of solar cells could be improved by the application of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies. On top of looking at materials systems and techniques for improving solar...
Article - 6 Apr 2005
NASA is testing its ‘TETwalker’ nanobot, which is a protean ‘smart robot’ which changes shape to adapt to different space environments. Replacing the electric motor with MEMS and NEMS will lead to...
News - 1 Feb 2011
Researchers in solar energy speak of a day when millions of otherwise fallow square meters of sun-drenched roofs, windows, deserts and even clothing will be integrated with inexpensive solar cells...
News - 16 Feb 2010
A thin-film electronic backplane production process developed by PowerFilm Inc. and technology giant HP took top R+D honors at the 2010 Flexible Electronics + Displays Conference this month in...
News - 25 Jan 2013
Michael Veto, a third-year graduate student in the School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) at Arizona State University, has been chosen to build an infrared and visible light camera system that...
Article - 7 Sep 2018
Future space missions aim to reach Mars and beyond, but many challenges must be overcome before this can be achieved – and nanomaterials will play a critical role.
News - 14 Nov 2017
At the end of a long time spent working hard in the labs, this week, scientists from the Graphene Flagship are gearing up for conducting two experiments for investigating the use of graphene...
News - 24 Jan 2011
Dr. Ray Baughman, director of the UT Dallas NanoTech Institute, and team researchers will be featured in an upcoming episode of the national PBS television program, NOVA.
UT Dallas makes its debut...
Article - 10 Jul 2019
Nanotechnology promises innovative but practical advances in space exploration in the future. Yet the historical application reveals how the technology has both influenced and affected space...
Article - 5 Mar 2020
In 1607, a comet appeared over Europe. This was Halley’s comet, later named after the astronomer who successfully predicted its reappearance and 75-year orbit in 1759.