Article - 25 Nov 2005
CPI and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne are developing an electrochemical platform technology which is expected to yield a micro- nano production tool that costs considerably less than deploying...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles could be used in a number of ways to benefit the agricultural industry. Fertiliser made from buckyballs, TiO2 nano-mixtures, using iron nanoparticles in soil cleanup...
Article - 21 Jun 2005
When purchasing or designing a nanopositioning stage the choice of material is important. Aluminium, titanium and Invar are the most common materials with choice depending on properties such as...
Article - 27 Apr 2005
Various methods are used to synthesize silicon nanowires, including Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Plasma Enhanced CVD (PECVD), Laser-Ablation and Evaporation. Scientists are also using Low Pressure...
Article - 8 Mar 2005
Metal and ceramic matrix composites hold extreme potential for advanced applications such as aerospace. Nanostructuring could further improve material properties. The benefits of nanostructuring are...
Article - 3 Mar 2005
Nanoparticles of increasingly smaller particle size and various material compositions are being developed for various application. Characterisation by zeta potential is becoming increasingly...
Article - 4 Dec 2004
Wilson Golf have used nanotechnology manufacturing processes to make a set of fairway woods with extra strength and lightness. These clubs have a ‘Nano Crown’, which is a carbon composite material...
Article - 29 Oct 2004
Using nanoparticles, lab-on-a-chip technology, microfluidics and molecular carriers could produce advanced drug delivery techniques, while new materials might improve implants and prosthetics, and...
Article - 4 May 2004
Lou Schnur, a major shareholder of Altair Nanotechnologies, today called on Altair's directors to instruct management to immediately sell or mothball its chronically unprofitable mining operations and...
Article - 16 Apr 2004
Tiny "nanotubes" that assemble themselves using the same chemistry as DNA could be ideal for creating better artificial joints and other body implants. Posted April 13 2004