Article - 24 Aug 2004
With the limits of silicon semiconductors rapidly reaching their limits, a discovery by Cornell researchers relating to the use of complex oxides may be extremely timely. Posted August 24 2004
Article - 20 Apr 2004
The Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory could change the way advanced ceramic materials are developed. They havre published a paper that includes atom-scale images which could hold...
Article - 2 Feb 2004
A Chinese and US collaboration of scientists has recently made advances in the research of nano optical wave guiding. Posted February 1 2004
Article - 16 Jan 2004
The new SuperSTEM laboratory, a specially designed building to house the world’s most sensitive analytical microscopes, has been opened. SuperSTEMs (Super Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopes),...
Article - 19 Nov 2003
Zyvex Corporation, a leading nanotechnology company commercializing innovative tools, products and services, has released the F100 Nanomanipulator System. Posted October 9 2003
Article - 10 Feb 2005
This article looks at the manufacturing process for carbon nanotubes and also considers their composition, classification and properties. Also discussed are commercial applications for nanotubes,...
Article - 8 Feb 2006
The kSA BandiT is a non-contact, non-invasive, real-time, absolute wafer temperature sensor. Using the temperature-dependent optical absorption edge of semiconductor materials, the kSA BandiT provides...
Article - 14 May 2004
To help advance the understanding of nanotechnology and its potential products, mPhase Technologies, Inc. will join other industry leaders as a sponsor of the NanoBusiness 2004 Conference. Posted May...
Article - 23 Oct 2003
Frontier Carbon Corporation, a joint venture between Mitsubishi Chemicals and Mitsubishi Corp intend to be producing commercial quatities of fullerene in early 2002. They will be using patented...
Article - 1 Aug 2007
Carbon nanotubes have extraordinary mechanical strength properties. Stiffness, toughness, and strength are typical for carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes actually are the stiffest known fiber.