Our selected headlines of nanomanufacturing news filtered from over twenty-five media sources.
NewsFlexible electronics are circuits and systems that can be bent, folded, stretched or conformed without losing their functionality.Contributed Author: Georgia Institute of TechnologyTopics: Engineering
Self-assembly technique could lead to long-awaited, simple method for making smaller microchip patterns.
Researchers have developed biocompatible, water-based inks containing graphene and related layered materials as building blocks for ink-jet printable electronic devices.
CRS Report on Science and Technology Issues in the 115th Congress Includes Nanotechnology and the NNI
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) prepared a March 14, 2017, report entitled Science and Technology Issues in the 115th Congress. The report outlines science and technology policy issues that may come before the 115th Congress. The report notes that, given the rapid pace of science and...
SCCS Issues Final Opinion on Additional Coatings for Titanium Dioxide (Nano Form) as UV-Filter in Dermally Applied Cosmetic Products
On March 7, 2017, the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) issued a final opinion on additional coatings for titanium dioxide (nano form) coated with cetyl phosphate, manganese dioxide, or triethoxycaprylylsilane as an ultraviolet (UV)-filter in dermally applied cosmetics. The...
Freestanding hierarchical porous carbon film derived from hybrid nanocellulose for high-power supercapacitors
With graphene, researchers have discovered a powerful way to cool tiny chips - key components of electronic devices with billions of transistors apiece.
Self-assembling thin films make it possible to produce flexible electronic devices using a single plastic transistor.
Research team discovers how to prepare high-quality crystals formed of gold nanoparticles.
In two new studies, researchers show that cement plants can have their carbon dioxide exhaust eliminated while co-producing carbon nanotubes. They demonstrate that with their C2CNT (carbon dioxide into carbon nanotubes) process, a wide portfolio of tailored carbon nanotubes, such as those with...
The thinnest, smoothest layer of silver that can survive air exposure has been laid down by scientists, and it could change the way touchscreens and flat or flexible displays are made.
Researchers optimize nanophotonic light trapping.
Materials scientists are imprinting nano-patterns in metals, a technology that could give metallic surfaces permanent functionality, like a lotus effect or reduced frictional properties.
Researchers have developed a new method which has the potential to revolutionize the way we search for, design and produce new materials.
Discovery could greatly improve energy-efficiency of separation and purification processes in the chemical and petrochemical industries.
Some day, your smartphone might completely conform to your wrist, and when it does, it might be covered in pure gold.
Researchers report a flexible approach to produce Fe nanocubes as building blocks for high-performance NO2 gas sensor devices, and hybrid FeAu nanocubes with magneto-plasmonic properties.
A recent study has evaluated frameworks and tools used in Europe to assess the potential health and environmental risks of manufactured nanomaterials. The study identifies a trend towards tools that provide protocols for conducting experiments, which enable more flexible and efficient hazard...