- Low cost, open-source 3D metal printing December 2, 2013
OK, so maybe you aren't interested in making your own toys, cellphone cases, or glow-in-the-dark Christmas decorations.
- Researchers grow graphene on silver November 18, 2013
Graphene, a one-atom-thick carbon layer with extraordinary conductivity and strength, holds promise for a range of applications, but to realize its potential scientists must perfect techniques to tune its properties.
- Brown Recluse Spins Studded Ribbons October 27, 2013
- Spider’s unusual webbing could lead to better understanding of silk, better synthetic silk films
- Nanoparticles Ease Inflammation In Mice With Spinal Cord Injuries November 1, 2013
- Drug Delivery: Overactive immune cells swallow Trojan horse nanoparticles that carry anti-inflammatory drugs
- Research Report on Global and China Machine Tool Industry 2013 December 9, 2013
- ChinaMarketResearchReports.com adds Global and China Machine Tool Industry Report, 2013 research report to its store that says the Trumpf has stepped up the exploration in Chinese mid-end machine...
- A Stem Cell Special Delivery September 15, 2013
- ACS Meeting News: Neural stem cells show promise for delivering chemotherapy directly to brain tumors
- The Nanotube Computer Has Arrived September 26, 2013
- Electronics: Carbon-based alternative to silicon circuitry runs programs and executes instructions
- Nanocatalytic Sites Break Co<sub>2</sub> November 10, 2013
- Study finds 8-nm particles are better carbon dioxide electroreduction catalysts and explains why
- New Forecast Report on Global Glass Packaging Market December 9, 2013
- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Glass Packaging Market Report - Forecasts to 2019" report to their offering. Glass packaging has various advantages such as...
- Carbyne Predicted To Be Strongest Known Material October 17, 2013
- Materials: The one-dimensional chain of carbon atoms could be stronger than diamond, graphene, and carbon nanotubes
- Citrus fruit inspires a new energy-absorbing metal structure December 3, 2013
A new study appearing in Springer's Journal of Materials Science may lend credence to that claim.
- Nanobiopsies On Living Cells December 6, 2013
- Cell Biology: A robotic nanopipette gently removes femtoliter samples from single cells without killing them
- Superstrong Carbon Chains October 27, 2013
- Computational analysis predicts carbon chains with alternating single and triple bonds could have novel properties
- Nanoparticle Coating For Glass Could Keep Car Cabins Cool September 24, 2013
- Materials Science: A new thin film containing indium tin oxide particles absorbs infrared light but is 80% transparent to visible light
- Researchers Design Lithium-Sulfur Batteries To Go The Distance December 5, 2013
- Materials: With three new materials, the batteries could reach high storage capacities and have long lifetimes