News - 5 Aug 2009
Increasing evidence suggests that nanoscale zerovalent iron (nZVI) is effective for the removal of arsenic from contaminated water, but the immobilization mechanism is unclear. In particular, the...
News - 29 Apr 2014
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) recently carried out a range of measurements for Haydale Graphene Industries plc. (Haydale), a UK company specialising in the functionalisation of graphene and...
News - 24 Oct 2012
University of California, Davis, researchers for the first time have looked inside gallium manganese arsenide, a type of material known as a "dilute magnetic semiconductor" that could open...
News - 29 Sep 2010
Research and Markets has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "X-Rays in Nanoscience: Spectroscopy, Spectromicroscopy, and Scattering Techniques" to their...
Article - 5 Feb 2019
In this article the topic of the tools that can be used for the surface analysis of nano materials are discussed
News - 27 Dec 2018
Although hydrogen fuel cells have been shown to be a potential technology for generating clean, renewable energy, the activity and cost of their cathode materials pose a considerable problem for...
News - 18 Jul 2017
Recently, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory completed an experiment with a two-dimensional (2D) structure synthesized by them for catalysis...
News - 22 Jul 2015
From wet chemistry to computer simulations, this year's Materials Processing Center-Center for Materials Science and Engineering Summer Scholars are engaged in MIT research projects targeting...
News - 5 May 2014
The icing on the cake for semiconductor nanocrystals that provide a non-damped optoelectronic effect may exist as a layer of tin that segregates near the surface.
One method of altering the...
News - 18 Jun 2010
Iron nanoparticles 1,000 times thinner than a human hair have demonstrated an unprecedented ability to clean contaminated groundwater since they were invented 10 years ago at Lehigh.