Latest Nanomaterials Stories
From mobile phones and computers to television, cinema and wearable devices, the display of full color, wide-angle, 3D holographic images is moving ever closer to fruition, thanks to international research featuring Griffith University.
For the last ten years or so, scientists have been looking for ways of culturing cells in laboratory settings that better reflect that complexity. Researchers from Brown University have recently made a major breakthrough in the search. They have developed a technique which creates tiny wrinkles in sheets of graphene. This produces new textured surfaces for culturing cells.
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DUBLIN, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/znplvw/the_monthly) has announced the addition of the "The Monthly
From Harry Potter to the Invisible Woman, popular culture has often romanticized the idea of making people invisible. Now, a new study from Russian and Austrian engineers has taken us one step closer to that possibility.
People throughout history have paid close attention to the fine detail of gold, from grizzled pioneers in the Old West to suspicious fiancés. But few of them ever found something as scientifically astonishing as researchers in Finland recently did.
By using inkjet technology combined with a liquid metal alloy, this folks have figured out how to put a circuit on any stretchy surface.
Where water and oil meet, a two-dimensional world exists. This interface presents a potentially useful set of properties for chemists and engineers, but getting anything more complex than a soap molecule to stay there and behave predictably remains a challenge.
LONDON, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- REPORT HIGHLIGHTSThe global market for nanotechnology products was valued at $22.9 billion in 2013 and increased to about $26 billion
Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas have developed a material that could lead to the next generation of bulletproof vests: a nanofiber-based structure that is tougher than Kevlar and can be stretched to seven times its original length.
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