News - 15 Aug 2019
The DrySyn Spiral Evaporator from Asynt is enabling the Cresswell Group within the Department of Chemistry at the University of Bath (UK) to improve and streamline many aspects of their synthetic...
News - 30 Jul 2019
A circle can be said to be less stable than a jagged loop, but this would be true apparently when one is referring to carbon nanotubes.
Now, theoretical researchers at Rice University have...
News - 11 Jul 2019
The DrySyn ChilliBlock from Asynt allows you to undertake sensitive biological assays in a temperature-controlled manor, vastly reducing the risk of expensive biological samples, reagents or...
News - 4 Jul 2019
Scientists at EPFL have found a method to make semiconducting, photoluminescent nanotubes form spontaneously in liquid solutions.
The tubes — which contain many walls that are perfectly...
News - 1 Jul 2019
The DrySyn OCTO Mini reaction station from Asynt is enabling researchers to optimise and expand the applications of HydRegen - an innovative, heterogeneous biocatalytic hydrogenation technology...
News - 20 Jun 2019
Physicists have discovered a unique type of nanotube that produces current when exposed to light. Devices such as infrared imaging chips and optical sensors are probable applications, which could be...
News - 14 Jun 2019
In partnership with a Rice University laboratory, the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University creates and shares a low-cost technique to securely deal with the transfer of bulk...
News - 4 Jun 2019
With some practice, it would take just about 10 minutes, few bags, and a big bucket to maintain nanomaterials in their place.
Chemist Andrew Barron from the Rice University lab works with bulk...
News - 30 May 2019
In the future, DNA assembled into nanostructures—for example, tubes and origami-inspired shapes—could be used in applications ranging from DNA computers to nanomedicine.
News - 30 May 2019
MIT researchers have recently discovered that ingredients like detergent, table salt, and baking soda are amazingly effective for cooking up carbon nanotubes (CNTs).
In a study recently...