Article - 13 Jun 2016
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have attracted a great deal of attention in the emerging field of nanotechnology and nanoscience. This is due to their special electronic and mechanical properties for a wide...
Article - 31 May 2016
AZoNano spoke to Jeffrey Whalen, CEO of FullScaleNano, about the features of their new software and how he expects it to change the nanomaterials landscape across both industry and academia.
Article - 10 May 2016
Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) offers optically encoded data about live cells processes. In contrast, atomic force microscopy (AFM) provides mechanical and nanometer-resolved surface...
Article - 25 Jan 2016
Thomas Mueller, Director of Development Applications in the AFM business unit of Bruker’s Nano Surfaces Division, talks to AZoNano about Bruker's Dimension FastScan AFM and the benefits of using...
Article - 8 Dec 2015
Prof. Owen Guy, Director of Swansea University's Centre for Nanohealth, spoke to AZoNano about his research into graphene biosensors; which hold the promise of the rapid and accurate detection of...
News - 22 May 2007
Australian nanotech successes including the bionic ear, water treatment solutions, drug delivery treatments, rapid medical diagnostics, fuel cells, and thermally active granules-cleaning paints will...
Article - 8 Sep 2015
Dr. Antonietta Gatti, Scientific Director of Nanodiagnostics, talks to AZoNano about her new book 'Case Studies in Nanotoxicology and Particle Toxicology' published by Elsevier Academic Press, 2015.
Article - 11 Aug 2015
As nanotechnology continues to advance in almost every scientific field, its application in industry has been particularly valuable through the growing use of nanocomposites. A nanocomposite can be a...
Article - 29 Jun 2015
In the food industry, nanotechnology has been utilized in order to enhance the delivery of food ingredients to target sites, increase flavor, inhibit bacterial growth, extend product shelf life and...
Article - 29 Apr 2015
The tunable microwave-frequency alternating current scanning tunneling microscope (ACSTM) has enabled the recording of local chemical data and local spectra on insulator surfaces.