Pharmaco-Kinesis Corporation have announced their first commercialized offering, the first-generation Nano-Impedance Biosensor (NIB).
Novel pH sensitive brush copolymers with biodegradable polyphosphoester side chains for use as nonviral gene vectors have been developed.
Cornell scientists develop a novel process of spreading extremely thin organic transistors, and used synchrotron X-rays to watch how the films crystallize.
PEEK-like phthalonitrile resin has superior high-temperature and flammability properties for use in numerous marine, aerospace, and domestic applications.
Nanoparticles can cross the blood-brain barrier and send a significantly increased level of AZTTP to HIV-infected cells.
Fabricated nanorods are not only straight and tall (at least by nano-standards), but also have an optimal crystal structure.
Technology out-powers even the best supercapacitors and could drive new applications in radio communications and compact electronics.
£700,000 grant will support research to drive down energy costs in an environmentally friendly way.
Device developed at the University of Exeter is both flexible and transparent.
Swiss researchers show that nanosilver is quickly transformed into less problematic substances on its way to the wastewater treatment plant.
Dr. Akira Yoshino and Vladimir Evgenyevich Fortov are this year’s recipients of $1.2 million endowment.
Technology is based on metal di-chalogenides, which are emerging as potential candidates to replace current CMOS materials.
Both patents are related to their copper inks, which have the potential to replace existing silver inks that are commonplace in the marketplace.