Article - 11 Jan 2021
A team of researchers from The University of Texas at Austin and Penn State have developed a method of enhancing water filtration using nanoscale membranes.
Article - 8 Jan 2013
Nanomaterials could help to make water treatment plants more efficient and cheaper to run, as well as potentially making them easier to build in developing countries where the clean water supply is...
Article - 5 May 2021
Researchers at the University at Buffalo (UB) have developed a novel 3D-printed scalable water-purifying graphene aerogel with the potential to be used in large industrial wastewater treatment plants.
Article - 16 Sep 2014
Over the last 10 years, there has been a significant increase in the production and application of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) and this has increased the possibility of their release into the...
Article - 22 Jan 2018
11 year old Gitanjali Rao developed “Thethys,” a 3D printed carbon nanotube structure capable of detecting lead in water faster than any other techniques.
Article - 3 Jun 2020
Nanotechnology has proved to be an efficient and less expensive tool for industrial water treatment. This article looks at how it is used and applied to several industries.
Article - 11 Jul 2019
this article discusses how to characterize the rate of adsorption in active pharmaceutical products.
Article - 8 May 2019
Water purification has applications in drinking water resources, wastewater treatment, biomedicine, food industry, and the life sciences.
Article - 17 Jul 2018
The challenge of a rapidly growing population combined with an unpredictable climate has further pushed researchers towards developing innovative technologies that can ensure human beings and animals...
Article - 7 Aug 2017
The creation of a three-dimensional (3D) printed object through a process called additive manufacturing, or more commonly, 3D printing, is an evolving technology that seems to be limitless in its...