Nanomaterials Videos

Nanomaterials Videos
Introducing the new Phenom benchtop electron microscope from FEI. With today's industry requiring higher quality control and speed, the Phenom can produce high resolution images from submicron to nanoscale in seconds. It as easy as using a digital camera. This video will show you how~~
Sandia scientists and engineers have developed a radically new self-assembling process for fabricating tailored thin films. This new technology is set to change the way that optical and electrical thin films are produced and its applications as this method can be modified and optimized at any stage of the process with many manufacturing benefits compared with conventional production. Watch and find out how.
This video clip details what nanotechnology is from a fundamental understanding point of view. It addresses the fact that nano-sized materials behave differently to their bulk analogies. Reasons for the different behaviour of nanomaterials are outlined.
This video shows Abby solve a crime on NCIS using the LVEM5 Benchtop Scanning Electron Microscope from Delong America. The LVEM5 is the smallest multi-mode desktop electron microscope.
Rheologists have created a new way of bullet-proofing clothes using shear-thickening fluids. Fabric treated with shear-thickening granular suspensions can turn soft material into solid protective gear when struck by a projectile.
This video shows IBM scientist demonstrating for the first time the amount of force to move an individual atom and how they achieved it.. This allows material scientist the ability to determine what material to use to build new materials from a bottom up approach. This will have a significant impact on the future of nanoelectronics.
This video shows the features of the ASPEX Rx foreign particle analyzer for characterization of particles of pharmaceutical products. The ASPEX Rx is a "dedicated interface" product exclusively designed for the automated detection, counting, and characterization of sub-micron particulate material in the pharmaceutical industry. Developed in conjunction with one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, it represents the only integrated solution for microcontamination quality control on the pharmaceutical production floor.
Andreas Thissen from SPECS talks to AZoTV at emc2012
An instructional video illustrating the amazing results now achieveable with the X-Max SDD detector. The latest Oxford Instruments' energy dispersive x-ray spectrometer.
A good video demonstration on the future of manufacturing will change from advancement in nanotechnology and how products can be made from individual atoms.
The CSM TTX Table Top Instrument is a high performance Nanoindentation Tester (NHT) in a small and simple-to-use package. It is suited to customary nanoindentation testing where a complete platform configuration is not required.
Near field optical microscopy using AFM in combination with laser to produce high resolution images at the nanoscale on samples ranging from quantum dots to biological samples. The focus is on imaging various biological systems.
An excellent video clip showing the applications of nanotechnology in the running shoe. A very precise animation and explanation on the molecular level of how molecules interact in our running shoe and how advacnement in nanotechnoloyg is changing the materials we use in running shoes.
This video demonstrates the functioning of the LVEM5 low voltage benchtop transmission (TEM) and scanning (SEM) electron microscope from Delong America. One can visualize polymers or biological tissues without the need for heavy metal stains using LVEM5 low-voltage electron microscopy.
Want to transfer the graphene onto other substrates? It only takes a second with Trivial Transfer Graphene™ from ACS Materials.
This slick animation provides details on the Hysitron TI 950 TriboIndenter and TI 750 Ubi Nanomechanical test Instrument. Key features, specifications and capabilities are outlined as well as the variety of operating modes for the TI 750 Ubi.
This video shows the NanoGen Trio nanoparticle sputtering system from Mantis Deposition Ltd.
Frank Laukien, President and CEO of Bruker Corporation, and Mark Munch, President of the Bruker Nano Surfaces Business welcomes the Veeco Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) and the Optical Industrial Metrology (OIM) instruments to the Bruker family and tell us how Veeco products, staff and clients will benefit from the new organization and the increased resources now available as a consequence of the merger.
Nanosight have developed a unique technique for detecting and viewing nanoparticles in real time using laser light. Jeremy Warren explains how it work and the key components to their system
This video shows the nanoshell chamber for core shell nanoparticle fabrication from Mantis Deposition.
Chris Orsulak from Bruker points out the main features of the ContourGT Optical Profiler and briefly describes how it works. he also shows us how it can take measurements in very short time frames and how the new AcuityXR measurement mode (introduced at the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting) can produce improved results due to the increased lateral resolution.
Ola Modinger from Nanosurf points out some of the key features of their easyScan2 FlexAFM that was released at the 2008 MRS Fall Meeting, where this interview was recorded.
A beautiful video showing the scale of nanometer and how carbon nanotubes are incorporated into today's semiconducotr chips. Through the use of electrical contact we can link our dimension to the scale of the nanotubes.
Bill Flecky and Andrey Krayev from AIST-NT show us how easy the SmartSPM is to use. It is able to perform scans very quickly, and in the space of just a few minutes we see them set up the instrument and take a series of measurements.
A excellent video showing an in-depth view at a molecular level how biological machines work and how advancement in scientific instrument and nanotechnology has helped in further understanding molecular machines. The video also explain how Darwin's theory applies to understanding molecular interactions.
This novel competition pitted representatives from 4 countries against one another in The World Championship of Nanoparticle Counting in which each combatant raced to count 100 nanoparticles using a qNano from Izon.
Alan Wadsworth from Agilent Technologies explains what parametric measurement instruments are and their importance to the field of semiconductors, materials, nanodevices and solar cells.
Dr. Stuart Parkin from the IBM Almaden Research Center tells us about a new type of memory that is theoretically about a million times faster than current hard disk technologies, with very fast access times, but at the same time very cheap to produce, along with many of the benefits of solid state memory. Called racetrack memory, it uses nanowires and spintronics.
The NanoIR system from Anasys Instruments is a unique instrument that combines AFM and IR Spectroscopy. Kevin Kjoller explains how the system works, how they have been able to integrate an atomic force microscope and infrared spectroscope to generate topographical, localised mechanical, thermal and chemical data for polymeric and organic materials.
David Lewis form Nanonics Imaging shows us their Multiview 4000 multiprobe SPM system. It can cater for up to 4 independent probes creating a true nano workstation. The open platform design enables integration with optical or scanning electron microscopes as well as Raman microscopes.
This video shows Daniel Branagan, Chief technical Officer at The NanoSteel Company discussing the company’s new generation of steel that exhibits special microstructures with grain sizes down to the nano-scale level.
A video demonstration looking at the molecular level of Superelastic Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Muscles.
A video showing the combination of carbon nanotube and graphite to produce a new nanoscale composite. This unique structure was in fact founded accidentally. Chemical vapour deposition was used to make thin films of vertically aligned multi-walled CNT. This new structure has multiple graphite layers on top of the nanotubes.
This video detail the proper setup for taking Raman measurements using the Ocean Optics Q65000 Spectrometer. Once setup is complete it takes you through the steps of performing a basic Raman measurement using a Ramen spectrometer.
The EU will soon feel the impact of the recently published their definition of nanomaterials. Jeremy Warren from Nanosight indicates how this will impact EU, in particular areas such as ecotoxicology and environmental monitoring.
A panel of experts from a wide range of industries come together to discuss whether or not nanotechnology can help increase the life span of human beings. With genetic alteration and genetic therapies.
The Nanoparticles by Design for Nanotechnology and Biomedical Applications Unit of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University demonstrate the Mantis NanoGen Trio nanoparticle deposition system.
Material scientists are developing carbon nanotubes to regenerate bone within the body to overcome some of the challenges and limitations of conventional bone implants. They are proposing to coating the carbon nanotube bone scaffold with collagen to promote new bone regeneration.
An excellent documentary clip showing the future of the space elevator. The use of carbon nanotube to build man-kinds first space elevator. It was once thought as science fiction but the reality of it is closer than we think thanks to the advancement in nanotechnology and carbon nanotubes. Interviews with experts in all disciplines in the scientific community to detail the construction of the space elevator. A must see ~
A video clip showing how surface treatment with Fricso polymer materials can help reduce friction and energy consumption and hence reducing running and maintenance costs. This technology allows friction reduction and energy consumption by treating metal surface on existing production line. A nano layer deposition with oil retaining capabilities is created.
A demonstration on the behaviour of polymer-silica nanocomposite film when ignited with fire.
The Stanford Nanoelectronics Group presents "Nanotechnology - Carbon Nanotube Electronics", a short educational video on nanotechnology and carbon nanotubes
We are introduced to Park Systems new XE-100 series general purpose AFMs. Dr. Sang-il Park explains how the use of a x-y scanner and decoupled z scanner produces very flat scans and how their system can operate in a true non-contact mode to produce accurate, high resolution images, with excellent reproducibility. As well as topographical information, the XE-100 series AFMs can also measure electrical, magnetic, mechanical and optical properties of materials.
Roshan Shetty from Anasys Instruments shows us their new AFM+ platform. This new development has been designed as a modular entry level instrument that combines an atomic force microscope and thermal analysis capabilities. It has been designed so that it can be upgraded to their NanoIR spec at a later date.
A video clip showing the current, near term and future applications of Rapid Prototyping in the medical industry.
This video shows NanoGen Trio system to produce alloy nanoparticle production from Mantis Deposition.
In this video Jonathan Flint, Chief Executive of Oxford Instruments plc talks about the business strategy for 2013-2014. Oxford Instruments is a leading provider of high technology tools and services for research and industry.
This video shows NanoSteel's President and CEO, David Paratore discussing the company’s breakthrough nano-structured sheet steel, which features a combination of high tensile strength and high ductility in cold-formable steel.
A video demonstrating ferrofluids and its potential applications. Ferrofluids are composed of nanoscale ferromagnetic, or ferrimagnetic, particles suspended in a carrier fluid, usually an organic solvent or water. The ferromagnetic nano-particles are coated with a surfactant to prevent their agglomeration
The iPhone app from AZoM.com gives you the world of materials in the palm of your hand. It offers you a totally portable way to locate materials solutions, suppliers and products as well as providing you with the latest materials news, conveniently broken down into categories to suit various industry sectors.
A video clip showing the use of the latest light microscope, the nanoscope, which has many applications in nanomaterials and studies within biological systems. Sample can be viewed as small as 100nm with high resolution. The nanoscope allows the ability to visuallize the structure and shape of the material even if cannot be seen.
Take a quick video tour of the OmegaScope AFM-Raman from AIST-NT. The OmegaScope is based on AIST-NT's Smart-SPM, and features either single or 3 laser Raman capabilities and an objective lens up to 100x magnification.
This video shows David Paratore, President and CEO of The NanoSteel Company.
A video demonstrating how the atomic force microscope (AFM) works and how the AFM is use to to look closer into the structures of nanomaterials.
Laser Zentrum Hannover presented a range of micro and submicro structures, created by placing a solid material such as a metal, in a liquid and using short-pulsed lasers to break up the material into nanoparticles.
Discussion on the impact of nanotechnology on the environment and human safety issues. The lack of government regulation and standard is a growing concern for professionals working in the nanotechnology field.
A short demonstration of a Bentley with nano-coated car window showing its ability to protect against different types of solutions and testings.
In an exclusive interview carried out at Pittcon 2009, we speak with Barbara Foster from the Microscopy and Imaging Place or The MIP about the first ever global report on the AFM market place using feedback from AFM users themselves.
A video clip describing what nanomanufacturing involves and its applications and how nanomanufacturing will usher in the next global industrial revolution and replace our current manufacturing base with development of lighter and stronger alloys, higher strength materials,enhanced metal cutting tools,scratch resistant coatings are amongst the few applications.
A video clip showing how Ecology Coatings using liquid nanotechnology, and vitually no harmful materials in the production process can save energy, reduce wastage which increases efficiency. These coatings are ultraviolet curable and provide an abrasion resistant surface with excellent adhesion. Comparisons are drawn to traditional coating processes and coatings.
A video clip discussing the approach of how emerging nanomaterials in medicine are being engineered and how existing material properties are being optimized for producing new nanomaterials. These emerging nanomaterials are the work of interdisciplinary collaboration between different fields within the scientific community.
This video shows nanoparticle deposition system of Mantis Deposition Ltd.
Dave Sampson from Bruker AXS shows us through their new N8 NEOS atomic force microscope. The N8 NEOS combines optical microscopy and Scanning Probe Microscopy in a single, optimized set - up.
Ever been asked what materials science is? If so, just send people to this apage for the answer. An interesting compilation put together by the staff and students at the Department of Materials Science at UNSW.
A great video showing the latest in nano therapy in combatting cancer. This video demonstrate the production of drug encapsulated nanoparticles and the delivery process of the nanoparticle to a targetted brain tumor. Excellent video demonstrating the use of nanoparticles as a drug delivery system for cancer.
A video discussing the future of the nanotechnology industry in the upcoming century as it will become a multi trillion dollar industry in next decade. The question that is people are trying to determine is, will it be a green industry ? Researchers are spinning gold and copper nanoparticles to target tumor cell and cancer patients. Which deals with particles that are toxic to human beings.
There is a growing group of homeowners around the world that is turning to green materials when it comes to renovating their house or building their house. However finding green products is not as easier as it seems. This video clip give the viewer ideas on the products that is currently available for keeping your home "green" and most importantly where to find these products. Go Green!!
The new LensAFM from Nanosurf has been designed to integrate with optical microscopes and profilers, and add AFM capabilities to them. This demonstration shows how easy it is to switching between AFM and optical microscopy/profiler modes.
This video demonstrates a single source nanoparticle deposition system from Mantis Deposition.
Curt Marcott from Light Light Solutions tells us about his experiences characterizing materials using the NanoIR from Anasys Instruments. In particular he was excited by the fact that the technique combines AFM and IR spectroscopy, and has spatial resolution an order of magnitude better than conventional IR, which means you can characterize various features of a sample, or even analyze compositional differences across an interface.
AZo.TV visited the Bruker Nano Surfaces headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany, for the grand opening of their new European Customer Care Centre and Application Centre.
The introduction of the Nanosceptor coating machine that places transparent coating on glass, plastic and metals which repels water, oil and other adhesive materials. Normal TEFLON coatings have a thickness of around 10microns, but with the Nanosceptor the coating thickness is only several nanometers !! Watch and see how this is done
A video demonstrating how nanotechnoloyg is revolutionising the future of medical detection. The development and advacnement of nanoscale detection sensorssa are giving scientists the ability to detect cancer and other diseases at its early stages. This video shows the development of two such sensors made only possible by embracing micro and nanotechnology.
This video clip from the National Science Foundation demonstrates the unique properties of carbon nanotubes such as their electrical properties which leads to potential applications in semicondutor industries and their strength which is higher than stainless steels.
This video shows NanoSteel's President and CEO, David Paratore discussing about the company’s new class of steel that has high ductility and high strength properties for increasing formability.
Road testing the NanoBionic glass coating on the front car screen demonstrating the unique water resistant properties which would make the wind shield wipers seem obsolete
A video clip describing what is nanotechnology and the application of carbon nanotube tips in AFM as they give higher resolution , low cost, good electrical conductivity, flexible, high strength and its potential applications in polymers and strengthening polymers.
A video clip showing the new release of Sony's 3mm thick OLED display screen. It is made from supertop emission technology combined with microcavity structure and color filters. Picture clarity from different angles while maintaining picture quality. Utilise Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED) which is both energy efficient and easier to produce. Discussion of future applications of OLED.
Particular Colloids produce gold, silver, titanium, zinc, magnesium and copper metallic nanoparticles in acetone by laser ablation.
This video shows NanoSteel's President and CEO, David Paratore, discussing how the company is redefining steel for the automotive industry.
AZoM.com interviewed Robin Low, Director of Greenyarn about their fabrics that contain bamboo charcoal nanoparticles. He briefly explains how they are produced and shows us numerous examples of finished products including socks and underwear. He also outlines reasons for using bamboo charcoal naoparticles which include their antibacterial and deodorizing properties.
Slade Gardner from Lockheed Martin explains that we are currently going through a rebirth of materials science thanks to nanotechnology.
Sam Halim, CEO of Nanograde gives us a quick run down on their extremely versatile system for producing customized nanoparticles and dispersion. As you will see from the demonstration, Nanograde can produce a vast array of materials made to client specifications.
This video takes the viewer through the manufacturing process of an Intel 45nm chip factory. The technology behind the 45nm chip and the machine and process required for manufacturing one of the world's smallest transistors.
Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) refers to a microfabrication technique in which photopatterned resists, heat treated (pyrolyzed) at different temperatures in different ambient gases, are used as a carbonaceous structural and functional material for micro electromechanical systems (MEMS).
Ola Modinger from Nanosurf gives us and introduction to the their easyScan2 FlexAFM that was released at the 2008 MRS Fall Meeting, where this interview was recorded. We then get a demonstration of how easy this instrument is to operate.
The Zetasizer Nano ZSP is the premium system in the Zetasizer range. It is used for the measurement of size, electrophoretic mobility of proteins, zeta potential of nanoparticles and surfaces, and optionally the microrheology of protein and polymer solutions. The exceptional performance also enables the measurement of the molecular weight and second virial coefficient, A2, of macromolecules and kD, the DLS interaction parameter.
Anne Barnett from Izon demonstrates their brand new qNano nanoparticle characterization system. She describes how it works, principles of operation and points out the key components. She then goes on to provide a demonstration of how easy the qNano is to use and explains how the results can be interpretted and used to determine particle size distributions and even particle shape.
Sandia scientists have develop superhydrophobic coating which is transparent that is not just impermeable to water, but actually makes it bounce off a surface to help prevent corrosion, protect electronic and antiquities, or provide a new, more efficient coating for any surfaces. This coating can be deposited by any common deposition methods
This video shows David Paratore, President and CEO of The NanoSteel Company, discussing the company's Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) sheet design for the automotive industry with Jo Isenberg-O'Loughlin of American Metal Market (AMM).
A good video discussion the concerns on the applications and the increase in nanotechnology products available in our market today. A brief intro on what nanotechnology is and than discussing the concerns on the safety of nanotechnology products and the concern on the environment and health and lack of standards to regulate them and what experts are doing to solve these problems.
Nikolay Novozhilov from NT-MDT takes us for a tour of their SOLVER NEXT AFM/SPM. he shows us how easy it is to change from AFM to SPM, as well as demonstrating the software control system and how easy it is to scan a sample.