News - 25 Sep 2009
With their semiconductive characteristics, layers made of small titanium oxide tubes have been raising interest for several years, for they can be used especially well in Biotechnology or Solar Cell...
News - 16 Sep 2009
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have received about $2.5 million to identify new materials that will efficiently absorb sunlight and split water (H2O) into clean hydrogen fuel, which...
News - 8 Sep 2009
Mention of nanotubes usually means carbon nanotubes. But not all tiny tubes are made of carbon. For example, layers made of nanoscopic titanium dioxide have proven to be useful materials for...
News - 8 Oct 2008
Particle Sciences announced today that it has sold T-COTE, its proprietary line of microfine titanium dioxide, to Sensient. With the sale, Sensient assumes all marketing and sales responsibilities and...
Article - 24 Jan 2013
Nanomaterials have begun to be widely used in environmental remediation, which is based on using highly reactive or absorbent nanomaterials to remove pollutants. The characteristics of these...
Article - 16 Aug 2006
If manipulation of individual molecules was possible, then materials with optical and electronic characteristics that are not visualized in bulk could also be designed.
Article - 5 Feb 2004
Millennium Chemicals has developed a paint that absorbs nitrogen oxide (NOx) gases from vehicle exhausts, a pollution source that can cause smog and respiratory problems. Posted February 5 2004
Article - 7 Jan 2004
Altair Nanotechnologies has announced that management and the company’s Board of Directors have initiated a restructuring of the company. Posted December 19 2003
News - 31 Oct 2019
At the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung in Mülheim an der Ruhr, chemists have identified a new method to synthesize a nanoparticle form of corundum by employing simple...
News - 29 Mar 2018
The researchers from IBN, clockwise from left, Dr Guangshun Yi, Dr Yuan Yuan, Dr Xiukai Li and Dr Yugen Zhang, who developed the dragonfly-inspired nano coating that can kill bacteria...