Article - 1 Apr 2004
Self-cleaning hydrogen sensors may soon join the ranks of self-cleaning ovens, self-cleaning windows and self-cleaning public toilets, according to Penn State researchers. Posted March 25 2004
Article - 19 Nov 2003
Titania nanotubes are 1,500 times better than the next best material for sensing hydrogen. Posted July 29 2003
Article - 4 Mar 2010
This article outlined how nanotechnology is being used for water purification. In particular it focuses on biofouling resistant silver-polysulfone composite membrane.
Article - 1 Mar 2007
For the purpose of this article, most current nanomaterials could be organized into four types: Carbon Based Materials, Metal Based Materials, Dendrimers and Composites
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 - 14 Dec 2004
This article discusses a bottom-up approach to making nanotechnology products.
Article - 19 Apr 2011
Capacitive deionisation (CDI) is a promising alternative technology in desalination which is particularly suitable for small-scale inland brackish water desalination due to its lower energy demand and...
Article - 4 Nov 2009
Nanoscience and nanotechnology is recognized as the key strategy to improve conventional and develop new membrane technologies by exploring novel nanomaterials and nano-scale processes.
Article - 12 Apr 2018
This article is on the applications of nanotechnology in transportation. Nanomaterials exhibit different chemical & physical properties, such as size distribution, surface area to volume ratio,...
Article - 8 Dec 2010
In this paper, the design of a generic in-vivo implantable biomedical device capable of detecting threshold values for targeted concentrations (i.e. detection of glucose levels) has been presented.