Article - 15 Feb 2017
Researchers in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Illinois have recently shown that photo luminescent CNPs can display a reversal of their optical properties in cancer cells. This...
Article - 14 Oct 2009
For their integration into a desired matrix, nanoparticles often require a surface treatment after or during their synthesis to make them compatible with the surrounding matrix material.
Article - 23 Apr 2018
There are various methods in making CNTs and fullerenes. The first time scientists have observed fullerenes was after vaporizing graphite with a short-pulse, high-powered laser. Yet, this method is...
Article - 19 Nov 2003
Johns Hopkins researchers are seeking to pack drugs inside microscopic plastic spheres that can be inhaled painlessly. Inside the lungs, the particles should dissolve harmlessly, releasing the...
Article - 25 May 2005
The structure of lipid nanoparticles is similar to that of nanoemulsions. Typically, the size of nanoparticles varies between 50 and 1000 nm.
Article - 11 Aug 2009
It's a widely spread idea that performing AFM in liquids is a rather complicated research approach.
Article - 13 Dec 2010
Professor Chopra's research combines expertise in nano/microfabrication, nanostructure growth, materials chemistry, and characterization and spectroscopic techniques to develop novel nanoscale...
Article - 27 May 2008
This article looks at FAQ's about carbon nanotubes and their use in nanotechnology including how carbon nanotubes are made and their unique properties
Article - 23 Oct 2003
Using carbon nanotube technology, Applied Nanotechnology have successfully produced a 14" monochrome display. Using similar technology, they believe they will be able to produce larger, high...
Article - 7 Sep 2017
Researchers at the University of Pittsburg’s Department of Chemical Engineering recently proposed a new theory that could possibly provide a rational explanation to the long-standing question, why...