Behaviors of stem cells on carbon nanotube

Abstract Regulating stem cell microenvironment is one of the…
February 5, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Solvents help print CNT devices

When single-walled carbon nanotubes are made, a mixture of both…
February 5, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Graphene bicycles – the potential future of composites

New graphite-based material is strong, light and conductive
Remember…
February 4, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Shandong and Rice Universities Celebrate Opening of Joint Center for Carbon Nanomaterials

Scientists from Rice University and Shandong University, China,…
February 4, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Understanding the Reinforcing Ability of Carbon Nanotubes

Ever since their discovery, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been…
February 4, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Tiny Worms Test Nanoparticles for Safety

RICE UNIVERSITY  > Original Study
Scientists tested 20…
February 3, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Carbon Nanotubes used to increase performance of Lithium Ion Batteries

Report the excellent electrochemical response of lithium ion…
January 30, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Nanotubes help better electronics

Starting from scraps, material scientists search for raw materials…
January 28, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Nanotube composites greatly increase efficiency of next generation of solar cells

Carbon nanotubes are becoming increasingly attractive for photovoltaic…
January 28, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Graphene quantum dots, RAM, and 3D printing

Graphene technology is progressing towards new applications while…
January 28, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

High Temperature Mass Detection Using a Carbon Nanotube Bilayer Modified Quartz Crystal Microbalance as a Gas Chromatograph

A small, portable gas chromatograph (GC) was assembled for the…
January 28, 2015/by Matthew Yonan

Nanocyl Commercializes Carbon Nanotubes

Nanotechnology first came across the radar of investors in the…
January 27, 2015/by Matthew Yonan
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