Researchers at Kyoto University's Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences have created a unique method to target pain receptors using tiny gold nanorods.
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Advanced engineering has been applied over the last decade to the design and creation of more ergonomic and aerodynamic racing wheelchairs.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has announced that more than 400 core team members are now working on the first full scale hyperloop transportation.
Researchers have developed a new material-making method for creating an entirely new stable material for storing energy by 'sandwiching' atomic layers of materials such as molybdenum, titanium and carbon.
Researchers from the University of Sydney and the San Diego State University have collaborated in a study using puffed rice cereal in order to explain the movement and crushing of porous materials when compressed.
In this interview, Jai Subramanian from H.C. Starck talks to AZoM about the demands of the mobile device market on touch screen technology, and how their speciality alloys for sputtering targets help to improve the performance and reliability of touch screen devices.
A research team from the University of Leeds recently developed a technique for magnetising non-magnetic metals by altering their quantum interactions. AZoM spoke to the lead member of this team, Dr. Oscar Cespedes, about the research.
Dr. Daniel Goran, product manager at Bruker Nano GmbH, speaks to AZoM about the benefits of using Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction (TKD) for nanomaterial characterization.
Mark Cabell, Global Market Manager, Pharma Chem at Thermo Fisher Scientific talks to AZoM about the improved efficiency the TruScan family of products offers.
Dr. Wang Yu, Professor, Jiangsu Institute of Food & Drug control, China, talks to AZoM about the importance of raw material identification in the Chinese pharmaceutical industry using handheld Raman.
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