The carbon nanotubes are another carbon allotropic form, they have many interesting properties and promise many applications.
Was develop a microbot in the shape of fish, which can send medicines directly to cancer cells.
Was built a robotic chameleon that changes color accoding to the environment.
For the first time, atoms were observed with a new type of microscope, which uses a photoinduced force to observe atomic nanometric structures.
Researchers managed to build metals with much more hardness than the natural equivalents, using nanoparticles as construction blocks.
High-efficiency polyamide membranes can be used in water desalinization, thanks to the homogenous internal structure.
This post’s subject is the memristor, the fourth fundamental passive electronic component, alongside resistor, capacitor, and coil.
Graphene is still too expensive and difficult to make on large scale. While graphene oxide is a graphite derivate, which is cheaper and easier to manufacture.
Nanomachines are molecular mechanisms which execute a function when receive a stimulus. Today’s subject is an introduction with examples.
This post’s topic is graphene. It is one of carbon’s allotropic forms and promises to cause a technological revolution due to it’s properties.