Article - 4 May 2013
Metal alkoxides of copper, tantalum, vanadium, zirconium, titanium, hafnium, and aluminum have been explored as precursors to form oxide thin films using CVD/ALD. Using proper precursors, the CVD/ALD...
News - 18 Oct 2016
Scientists are pursuing a tiny solution for harnessing one of the world’s most abundant sources of clean energy: Water.
By marrying teeny crystals called quantum dots to miniature wires,...
News - 15 Jun 2009
A team of Virginia Commonwealth University
A team of Virginia Commonwealth University scientists has discovered a 'magnetic superatom' - a stable cluster of atoms that can mimic different...
Article - 6 Jul 2012
Batteries are devices that store electrical energy by converting it to chemical energy, to be released slowly at a later time.
News - 30 Sep 2011
A research book titled, ‘Nanotechnology in Australia: Showcase of Early Career Research,’ has been included by Research and Markets to its offering.
This research book discusses the...
News - 17 Aug 2011
University of California at San Diego (UCSD) physicists have discovered a new technique for controlling the direction and speed of light with the help of memory metamaterials whose characteristics can...
News - 31 May 2011
Two research scientists from Taiwan’s National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) have developed a new nanomaterial which could be utilized in advanced gas detectors for saving lives.
News - 14 Jun 2016
Exciting advances in the analysis of plasma proteins using a hyphenated system that couples asymmetric flow Field-Flow Fractionation (AF4) and inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS)...
News - 13 Dec 2012
Graphene, a form of carbon has been making big headlines since Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010 for demonstrating the unique properties of this form of...
News - 8 Nov 2010
Montroseite, a vanadium oxide mineral first discovered 60 years ago, could be used as an anode for greener batteries, say Chinese researchers.
Yi Xie and co-workers from the University of Science...