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12.02.2010 Development of Materials with Large Specific Surface Areas by Using Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes
Kenji Hata (Leader), Super Growth CNT Team, the Nanotube Research Center (Director: Sumio Iijima), Hiroaki Hatori (Senior Research Scientist), Energy Storage Materials Group, the Energy Technology Research Institute (Director: Hiroo Hasegawa), and others of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (President: Tamotsu Nomakuchi) have developed a fibrous material with a specific surface area of 2240 m2/g by using single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs).
02.08.2010 University of Aberdeen Collaborates with IBM to Identify Molecules from the Deep Sea
In a pioneering research project, for the first time, scientists at IBM (NYSE: IBM) and the University of Aberdeen have collaborated to "see" the structure of a marine compound from the deepest place on the Earth using an atomic force microscope (AFM). The results of the project open up new possibilities in biological research.
10.06.2016 Simulation of quantum entanglement with subsurface dopant atoms
Atomic resolution measurement of quasi-particle tunneling maps of spin-resolved states reveals interference processes that allow simulation of processes important for developing quantum computers based on atomically precise doping of silicon.
09.10.2017 Scanning tunnelling microscope creates all-graphene p–n junctions
Varying the tip voltage produces either electron traps or waveguides, integrating electronics and photonics on the same device.
12.03.2018 ‘Nanowood’ makes a super thermal insulator
New material is also lightweight and strong, and could help make buildings more energy efficient.
21.04.2010 MIT’s Technology Review Identifies Ten Technologies Poised to Change the World
The editors of Technology Review, MIT’s magazine of innovation, have announced their annual list of the 10 emerging technologies that will soon have a profound impact on how we live and work. These innovations — each represented by a researcher whose vision and work is driving the field — promise fundamental shifts in areas from energy to health care, computing to communications. Each TR10 winner is drawn from the editors’ coverage of key fields, and is based on a simple question: is the technology likely to change the world?
27.05.2010 Computer viruses able to affect humans?
A scientist at the University of Reading has become the first person in the world to be infected by a computer virus.
Dr Mark Gasson, from the School of Systems Engineering, contaminated a computer chip which had been inserted into his hand as part of research into human enhancement and the potential risks of implantable devices.
29.07.2010 Protochips Announces Poseidon(TM), a Revolutionary In Situ Liquid Solution for Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)
Protochips (www.protochips.com), a company specializing in revolutionary products for in situ electron microscopy, today announced the Poseidon(TM) solution for in situ characterization of materials in liquid directly within the transmission electron microscope (TEM).
24.06.2013 Cefic-LRI Grant Openings 2013 Invitation for Grant Applications
The Long-range Research Initiative (LRI) is one of the major voluntary initiatives of the European chemical industry to support its competitiveness and innovation potential. LRI aims to identify and fill gaps in our understanding of the hazards posed by chemicals and to improve the methods available for assessing the associated risks.
30.07.2013 UK Nanomaterials Company Makes Dark Material Breakthrough
Surrey NanoSystems" unique nanotechnology processing know-how has been used to deposit the world"s blackest material on lightweight, temperature-sensitive substrates. Its new "super black" coating can be applied to optical instruments for space applications, to reduce reflections and increase sensitivity.