Article - 23 Nov 2001
Materials with grain sizes in the order of a billionth of a meter are called nanomaterials, or nanocrystalline materials, which can be used for a range of structural and non-structural applications.
News - 2 Dec 2014
In collaboration with six corporations from four EU states, the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA has developed an energy-efficient, carbon nanotube...
News - 2 Apr 2008
Inspired by data sent from NASA robots on Mars, Dr. Ronald Peterson, Professor of Geology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, has observed a new mineral species on Earth, and predicts...
News - 3 Feb 2016
NASA’s follow-on to the successful ICESat mission will employ a never-before-flown technique for determining the topography of ice sheets and the thickness of sea ice, but that won’t be...
Article - 18 Apr 2019
This article discusses imaging the surface of biological tissue and cells in the SEM.
Article - 10 Jun 2020
Taste, smell and texture have long been associated with eating enjoyment, but there is another characteristic that is yet to be fully explored: sound.
Article - 9 Jun 2020
In this interview, AZoM speaks to Arno Merkle, Product Marketing Director for the TESCAN micro-CT business division.
Article - 10 Jun 2019
This article discusses particle sizing using a disc centrifuge photosedimentometer.
News - 29 Oct 2008
Marrying a sensitive detector technology capable of distinguishing hundreds of different chemical compounds with a pattern-recognition module that mimics the way animals recognize odors, researchers...
Article - 13 Apr 2017
An electronic nose is a type of vapor analyzer using an array of dissimilar sensors simulating the human olfactory response.