- Titan Introduces New Ruggedized Flowmeter for Metering Low Flow Fluids March 11, 2014
- Titan Enterprises announces a new ruggedized IP67 / NEMA 4 compliant version of its OG2 flowmeter for metering low flow fluids, such as viscous hydraulic oils used in heavy machinery, at pressures...
- Recent advances in the controlled synthesis and functional... March 10, 2014
Tsukuba, Japan, Mar 6, 2014 - - In a paper published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, researchers summarize recent advances in the controlled synthesis and application of luminescent metal nanoclusters.
- Implants Powered By Heart January 26, 2014
- Rechargeable biomedical implant devices harvest energy from the motions of the heart, lungs, and diaphragm
- Key 3M Patent for Lithium Ion Battery NMC Cathode Technology Emerges from Reexamination March 11, 2014
- A key 3M patent for lithium ion battery nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) cathode technology has emerged from reexamination at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) with all original claims being...
- Xilinx Offers High Performance DDR4 Memory Solution for All Programmable UltraScale Devices March 11, 2014
- Xilinx, Inc. today announced availability of the industry's first high performance DDR4 memory solution for All Programmable UltraScale™ devices running at 2400 Mb/s. Based on an...
- Nanoparticle networks' design enhanced by theory March 4, 2014
For close to two decades, Cornell scientists have developed processes for using polymers to self-assemble inorganic nanoparticles into porous structures that could revolutionize electronics, energy and more.
- Ultra-thin capacitors could acclerate development of next-gen electronics February 28, 2014
Japanese researchers at the National Institute for Materials Science and Shinshu University have developed a way to shrink capacitors - key components that store energy - further, which could accelerate the development of more compact, high-performance next-gen electronic devices.
- Smartphone Attachment Detects Ionic Mercury January 29, 2014
- Water Analysis: With the snap of a picture, a new device could screen for the toxic metal
- Investment Scam January 5, 2014
- Graphene: U.K. regulator warns investors against buying the carbon material
- Clear Solar Cells Power Up Windows January 6, 2014
- Materials: Islands of perovskite make light-colored solar cells that are efficient, semitransparent
- Nanoconjugates Trigger Cancer Cell Suicide January 7, 2014
- Bioengineering: New cancer treatment strategy could avoid the side effects of conventional immunotherapy by using matching nanomaterials that meet up on the surface of cancer cells
- Nanoparticle networks' design enhanced by theory February 26, 2014
For close to two decades, Cornell Univ. scientists have developed processes for using polymers to self-assemble inorganic nanoparticles into porous structures that could revolutionize electronics, energy and more.
- Science: Soluble chips promise medical solutions February 28, 2014
'There are many uses of electronics in the body where you don't want the device to remain for ever' John Rogers is a magician of materials science, particularly when it comes to combining electronics with biology.
- Nobel Prize Winner John Cornforth Dies December 20, 2013
- Obituary: Cornforth’s work on stereochemistry of enzymatic reactions influenced generations of chemists
- Simple, Portable Test Could Make Blood Transfusions Safer December 17, 2013
- Medical Diagnostics: A chip-based magnetic nanosensor analyzes microvesicles, particles linked to blood quality