Article - 11 Mar 2002
The unique properties of supercritical fluids have lead to their use in nanomaterial production for applications such as biomaterials, foams, high internal phase emulsions, lithography and metal...
A video demonstration looking at the molecular level of Superelastic Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Muscles.
News - 28 Mar 2011
Cabot Corporation (NYSE: CBT) will be launching its EnovaTM aerogel, a high-performance thermal insulation additive for coatings, at the 2011 European Coatings Show, to be held in Nuremberg, Germany,...
News - 13 Jan 2011
Scientists are reporting the development of a new, ultra-light form of "frozen smoke" — renowned as the world's lightest solid material — with amazing strength and an...
News - 27 Nov 2003
Researchers from the Physics Department at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), the Institut de Ciènca de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), and the Universidad de Zaragoza have...
News - 30 Jul 2008
Researchers have created a 3D image of a material referred to as "liquid
Aerogel, also known as liquid smoke or “San Francisco fog,” is
an open-cell polymer...
Article - 23 Nov 2001
Many components across a variety of industries could potentially be improved if manufacturers could source raw materials with improved chemical, physical and/or mechanical properties. Use of sol-gel...
News - 2 Jun 2015
Researchers from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stanford University have developed a new technique for producing elastic high-capacity batteries using wood pulp. The breakdown of tree...
News - 12 Feb 2009
Scientists in Arizona and New Jersey are reporting that aerogels, a super-lightweight solid sometimes called "frozen smoke," may serve as the ultimate sponge for capturing oil from...
News - 3 Mar 2011
A spongy substance that could be mistaken for packing material has the nanotechnology world buzzing.
University of Central Florida Associate Professor Lei Zhai and postdoctoral associate Jianhua...