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Pyrograf Products was recently issued a Consent Order by the US Environmental Protection Agency allowing the sale of Pyrograf®-III Carbon Nanotubes for commercial scale applications.
When you suffer a heart attack, a part of your heart dies.
A new kind of sensor could warn emergency workers when carbon filters in the respirators they wear to avoid inhaling toxic fumes have become dangerously saturated.
For the first time, scientists have made star-shaped, biodegradable polymers that can self-assemble into hollow, nanofiber spheres, and when the spheres are injected with cells into wounds, these spheres biodegrade, but the cells live on to form new tissue.
Encapsulating antibiotics inside nanofibers, like a mummy inside a sarcophagus, gives them the amazing ability to destroy drug-resistant bacteria so completely that scientists described the remains as mere "ghosts".
Carbon nanofibers hold promise for technologies ranging from medical imaging devices to precise scientific measurement tools, but the time and expense associated with uniformly creating nanofibers of the correct size has been an obstacle â€“ until now.
Nanofibers: they're invisible to the human eye, but their strength and robustness will be meticulously measured.
FibeRio Announces Release of Cyclone L-1000: Enables Forcespinningâ„¢ Nanofibers FibeRio Technology Corporation â€“ The Force For Nanofibers - is announcing the launch of the first ever nanofiber production equipment utilizing Forcespinningâ„¢ Technology at the Filtration 2010 and Materials Research Society conferences in Philadelphia and Boston, respectively, from November 30 - December 2.
Oil and water don't mix, but add in some nanofibers and all bets are off.
EDINBURG, Texas, Aug. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of Texas - Pan American (UTPA) has launched a start-up company that may revolutionize manufacturing.
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