Nanopore Translocation Technique Helps to Measure Nanoscopic Structures
AZoM, 3 hours ago
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have used a rapid gene sequencing technique to measure nanoscopic structures. Using a technique known as a ‘nanopore translocation’,...
New Battery Prototype Using Biomaterials and Smart Recycling Strategy
AZoM, 3 hours ago
By Stuart Milne Scientists working at Ångström Laboratory at the Uppsala University, Sweden have developed a new environment-friendly battery prototype using resources from pine resin and...
Self-Moving Alcohol Droplets for Drug Delivery Applications
AZoM, 3 hours ago
By Stuart Milne Droplets are tiny spherical drops of fluid, not normally considered capable of moving on their own. However, researchers from Southern Denmark University and Institute of...
Buehler Microstructure of Materials Calendar 2016 - Submissions Open
AZoM, 3 hours ago
The Buehler Microstructure Calendar is a recognized forum for excellence in this unique area of technical expertise. Publication in the calendar is open to anyone who has achieved a level of...
An Innovative Solution for Confocal Super Resolution
AZoM, 3 hours ago
Thanks to a novel software upgrade from Olympus, an optical resolution of up to 120 nm is now achieved in cell and tissue imaging. With the new Olympus FV-OSR software, the FluoView FV1200 is...
Extrel Announces Its New Gas Analyzer: The MAX300-EGA
AZoM, 3 hours ago
Extrel introduces the MAX300-EGA, the latest member of its MAX300 family of quadrupole mass spectrometers. Designed for evolved gas analysis, the MAX300-EGA delivers precision, stability, speed and...
Scientists Convert Hubble Telescope Pictures to Tactile 3-D for Visually Impaired
AZoM, September 29, 2014
By Stuart Milne With the objective of revolutionizing astronomy education, the Space Telescope Science Institute researchers, Antonella Nota and Carol Christian, convert Hubble Space Telescope...
Researchers Create Computational Models to Improve Properties of Concrete
AZoM, September 29, 2014
An international team of researchers from Rice University, Marseille University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed atom-scale computational models to enhance the properties...
Magical Calcium-to-Silica Ratio for Greener, Stronger Cement
AZoM, September 29, 2014
Researchers have developed a new method to manufacture cement that is greener and stronger. Concrete is widely used as a construction material and is significant contributor of greenhouse-gas...
Coorstek and the Coors Family Announce a Major Commitment to Colorado School of Mines to Fund a Research Partnership and New Academic and Research Facility
AZoM, September 29, 2014
95,000-­‐square-­‐foot CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering to serve as focal point for substantially expanded collaboration and discovery between CoorsTek and Mines...
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