News - 31 Jul 2020
Steve Granick, Director of the IBS Center for Soft and Living Matter and Dr. Huan Wang, Senior Research Fellow, report together with 5 interdisciplinary colleagues in the July 31 issue of the journal...
News - 30 Aug 2014
Pittcon is pleased to announce that the 2015 Program Chairman, Hub MacDonald, and colleague Koichiro Matsuda, Horiba Scientific, have organized a session on nanotechnology for presentation at JASIS on...
News - 25 May 2009
The doctoral dissertation of Lauri Sainiemi (M.Sc.) studies silicon micro and nanofabrication methods, which have a large number of applications. The single most interesting example presented in the...
News - 22 Aug 2008
mPhase Technologies, Inc. is a U.S. based microfluidic and nanotechnology specialist. Through its wholly owned subsidiary Always Ready Inc., mPhase is commercializing its first nanotechnology product,...
News - 22 Mar 2019
Using a new kind of dual polymer material capable of reacting dynamically to its setting, Brown University scientists have created a set of modular hydrogel components that could prove advantageous in...
News - 23 Aug 2017
Scientists from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have adopted an innovative technique for analyzing the formation of methane hydrate from water and methane. The technique has enabled the...
News - 19 Jan 2016
In a joint study, scientists from the MIPT (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology), ICP (Institute of Chemical Physics) named after Semenov, MSU (Moscow State University) and IPCP (Institute of...
News - 17 Jul 2014
Chemists and students in science and engineering at Oregon State University have created a new type of chemical test, or assay, that's inexpensive, simple, and can tell whether or not one of the...
News - 29 Jan 2011
Researchers have invented a technique that uses inexpensive paper to make "microfluidic" devices for rapid medical diagnostics and chemical analysis.
The innovation represents a way to...
Article - 19 Nov 2019
This article discusses the creation of hydrophilic, hydrophobic, and functional surfaces