Article - 18 Jan 2006
Porous powders are used in industries from catalysts to pharmaceuticals and environmental cleanup to liquid chromatography. Not only is it important to know the pore size distribution of these...
News - 20 Oct 2010
Plants play an important role as producers of sugar and carbohydrates. Scientists
from the University
of Würzburg are conducting research in this area – with the long-term
News - 15 Mar 2016
Batteries that power common devices of modern life, from computers and smartphones to electrically driven cars, are often made of toxic materials, like lithium, that are not easy to dispose of and...
News - 26 Mar 2009
In a paper published in the Journal of Nanoparticle Research (Volume 10, number
5, May 2008), scientists working at Malvern
Instruments presented experimental protocols for measuring...
News - 12 Nov 2010
Future computers may run a little sweeter, thanks to a refinement in the manufacture of graphene at Rice University.
Rice researchers have learned to make pristine sheets of graphene, the...
News - 29 Nov 2007
A new type of fuel cell powered with glucose derived from
biomass is described in the latest issue of the Inderscience
Publication International Journal of Global Energy Issues. The
Article - 17 Feb 2017
Researchers at Rice University’s Department of Chemistry have developed three-dimensional rebar graphene foam (3D rebar GF). The research group used multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) to reinforce...
News - 13 Apr 2010
University of Queensland
research into new and efficient vaccines will be one of the benefits of the
latest Smart Futures Premier's Fellowship.
Professor Anton Middelberg, from UQ's...
News - 3 Jun 2008
With the aid of kitchen mixers, engineers at Harvard’s
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have
whipped up, for the first time, permanent nanoscale bubbles –
Article - 21 Dec 2012
Adoption of electric vehicles has so far been restricted to city centers, because of limitations in battery technology. With the help of nanomaterials, that could all soon change.