Article - 20 Jan 2006
Finely divided particulate materials are incorporated in objects everywhere. This article looks at how particle size is measured.
News - 21 Jan 2014
Emmi-Tech Inc., the distributor of the Emmi-dent 100% Ultrasound motionless, friction-free and non-abrasive toothbrush, is announcing its gluten-free, fluoride-free and paraben-free nano-bubble...
News - 15 Feb 2012
A nanoscale analysis conducted by McCrone Associates using field emission scanning electron microscopy has provided the visual evidence for patient-reported hypersensitivity advantages of Clinpro...
Article - 29 Dec 2014
Packaging of a number of consumer products is done in tubes or bottles wherein product application involves filling the product using a nozzle.
News - 1 Apr 2020
The brain is one of our most vulnerable organs, as soft as the softest tofu. Brain implants, on the other hand, are typically made from metal and other rigid materials that over time can cause...
News - 25 Oct 2010
While swimmers and boaters along any shore consider the slimy green film that coats everything from rocks to docks as a nuisance, University of New Haven (UNH) chemical engineering student Nicole...
News - 24 Apr 2008
New nanotechnology consumer products are coming on the market at the rate of 3-4 per week, a finding based on the latest update to the nanotechnology consumer product inventory maintained by the...
News - 14 Apr 2009
New research shows that human teeth lost some enamel hardness after the application of several different products used in the home to whiten teeth. The study suggests that future generations of such...
News - 23 Aug 2007
Nanotechnology, no longer the stuff of science fiction, abounds in electronics, lotions, and even medications we use daily. Nanomaterials are in clothing, sunscreen, paint, window glass, tennis...
News - 5 May 2015
Exposure of a model human colon to metal oxide nanoparticles, at levels that could be present in foods, consumer goods, or treated drinking water, led to multiple, measurable differences in the normal...