News - 17 Dec 2020
A team of scientists have solved the longstanding problem of how electrons move together as a group inside cylindrical nanoparticles.
The new research provides an unexpected theoretical...
News - 4 Jun 2020
UC Santa Barbara researchers continue to push the boundaries of LED design a little further with a new method that could pave the way toward more efficient and versatile LED display and lighting...
News - 7 Apr 2016
In an effort to design novel materials for energy applications, scientists have developed a unique system to make artificial polymers that mimic the ubiquitous proteins, which are nature's own...
News - 13 Jan 2016
Nanotechnology experts Hanchen Huang and colleagues from Northeastern University have created a unique glue with the ability to bind metal to metal, and glass to many other materials. The glue sets at...
News - 3 May 2010
Veeco Instruments Inc. (Nasdaq: VECO), the leading provider of scanning probe microscopes (SPM) to the nanoscience community, today announced the winners of the second phase of the Veeco Labs Research...
Article - 24 Jan 2013
Generally, most coatings are applied for protection and aesthetic purposes and also to provide ease of use. The formulas of most coatings vary depending on their usage.
News - 2 Mar 2007
A team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has created the world’s first material that reflects virtually no light. Reporting in the March issue of Nature Photonics, they describe an...
News - 26 May 2006
Hydrogen has been called "the fuel of the future." But the gas is invisible, odorless and explosive at high concentrations, posing a safety problem for hydrogen-powered cars, filling...
Article - 22 Mar 2019
In this interview, Professor Harald Pasch talks about field-flow fractionation systems and characterising polymer self-assemblies.
News - 6 Mar 2007
A team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has created the world's first material that reflects virtually no light. Reporting in the March issue of Nature Photonics, they describe...