Latest carbon nanotubes Stories

2010-01-28 15:18:14

Phase transitions – changes of matter from one state to another without altering its chemical makeup – are an important part of life in our three-dimensional world.

2010-01-25 13:33:07

Dry printing of nanotube patterns to any surface could revolutionize microelectronics and more.

2009-11-27 07:52:00

DURHAM, N.C., Nov. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Cromoz Inc., located in Research Triangle Park, will initiate water-soluble carbon nanotube-based cancer drug delivery system in Hyderabad, India.

2009-11-20 09:44:39

Most people would like to be able to charge their cell phones and other personal electronics quickly and not too often. A recent discovery made by UC San Diego engineers could lead to carbon nanotube-based supercapacitors that could do just this.

2009-11-03 07:59:44

Rice University scientists yesterday unveiled a method for the industrial-scale processing of pure carbon-nanotube fibers that could lead to revolutionary advances in materials science, power distribution and nanoelectronics.

2009-10-02 09:50:08

Researchers have overcome a major obstacle in efforts to use tiny structures called carbon nanotubes to create a new class of electronics that would be faster and smaller than conventional silicon-based transistors.

2009-09-20 13:13:27

Case Western Reserve University researchers find mixing different metals in a catalyst can help determine structure, function.

2009-09-11 09:28:17

A new technique for growing carbon nanotubes should be easier to integrate with existing semiconductor manufacturing processes.

2009-08-17 13:18:27

How do you handle the tiny components needed for constructing nanoscale devices? A European consortium has built two micro-robotic demonstrators that can automatically pick up and install carbon nanotubes thousands of times thinner than a human hair.

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  • A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.
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