Latest Nanofiber Stories
Bioengineered replacements for tendons, ligaments, the meniscus of the knee, and other tissues require re-creation of the exquisite architecture of these tissues in three dimensions.
Self-powered, homeostatic nanomaterials that actively self-regulate in response to environmental change
A study that examines a new type of silicon-carbon nanocomposite electrode reveals details of how they function and how repeated use could wear them down.
Researchers are studying the adhesive properties of sundew plants and the nanoparticles in English ivy for innovative medical applications.
Researchers from North Carolina State University, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and CFD Research Corporation have found a new way to develop straight carbon nanofibers on a transparent substrate.
Gram for gram, novel carbon nanofiber-filled coatings devised by researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Texas A&M University outperformed conventional flame retardants used in the polyurethane foam of upholstered furniture and mattresses by at least 160 percent and perhaps by as much as 1,130 percent.
CLEVELAND, July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ArteriocyteÂ®, a leading clinical stage biotechnology company with offices in Cleveland, Ohio and Hopkinton, Massachusetts that develops proprietary stem cell and tissue engineering based therapies announced today that the Ohio Department of Development's Third Frontier Commission awarded a $1 million grant to the company for its "Development and Commercialization of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Expansion for Clinical Applications" as part of the Ohio...
MCALLEN, Texas, July 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FibeRio Technology Corporation - The Force For Nanofibers - has been selected by the editors of R&D Magazine as a winner of the 49th Annual R&D 100 Awards.
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