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...
News - 20 Mar 2017
A research team from The University of Texas at Dallas has been involved in analyzing a variety of materials for several years hoping to find one with electrical properties that may be suitable...
Article - 16 Sep 2016
Nanoparticles have become an area of intense scientific research due to the broad range of potential applications in the optical, biomedical and electronic fields.
Article - 7 Jan 2013
In this Insights from Industry interview, John LeMoncheck, President and CEO of Cambrios, tells AZoNano's AZoNano about their novel silver nanowire material for printable touch screens.
Article - 18 Jan 2006
Temperature-Programmed Desorption (TPD) is one of the most widely used and flexible techniques for characterizing the acid sites on oxide surfaces.
News - 8 Oct 2010
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Advances in New Catalytic Materials" report to their offering.
Series: Advanced Materials Research Vol. 132
Selected, peer reviewed...
News - 19 Apr 2010
Ocean explorers are puzzling out Nature's purpose behind an astonishing variety of tiny ocean creatures like microbes and zooplankton animals - each perhaps a ticket-holder in life's lottery, awaiting...
Article - 10 Nov 2004
Using MEMS as sensors and actuators on the battlefield could radically change the ways in which the military conduct future campaigns. Other nanotechnology devices, such as nanocomputers and molecular...
Dr Sarah Morgan joined Nanotechnology
Victoria (NanoVic) in September 2005 from the Water Studies Centre, School
of Chemistry, at Monash University, accepting a position as Project Manager...