Monthly Archives: January 2017

New Model Describing Deformation and Breakup of Droplets Improves Nanoscale Printing and Spraying

The growing interest and demand for nanotechnology will result in an increasing need for nanoscale printing and spraying, which relies on depositing small drops of liquid onto a surface. A new... AZoNano.com - Nanotechnology News Feed

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Physicists Patent Detonation Technique to Mass-Produce Graphene

A research team from Kansas State University have discovered a new technique for mass-producing graphene, but without the use of catalysts, chemicals, and expensive machinery. The new technique... AZoNano.com - Nanotechnology News Feed

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New Technique for Engraving Complex, Nanometric Patterns on Polymer Fibers

Scientists at EPFL’s Laboratory of Photonic Materials and Fiber Devices, which is operated by Fabien Sorin, have developed a new technique for imprinting nanometric patterns on the outside and... AZoNano.com - Nanotechnology News Feed

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Scientists Explore Ways to Address the Challenge of Incorporating Nanostructures into Future Semiconductor Devices

Swansea University researchers are exploring the possibilities of addressing the challenge of integrating nanoscale structures into next-generation semiconductor devices. Such advancements not only... AZoNano.com - Nanotechnology News Feed

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Wayne State Professor Awarded NSF I-Corps Grant to Enhance Nanowire Gas Sensors

Guangzhao Mao, Ph.D., chair and professor of chemical engineering in the College of Engineering at Wayne State University, was recently awarded a $ 50,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant from the... AZoNano.com - Nanotechnology News Feed

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EMC problems could lead to lost business.

If you were to tell your boss that a fifth of your output was being wasted and could not be accounted for, I doubt they would be too impressed. Where would you think the wasted output was coming from? Most managers would blame human error in their workforce, but they could be jumping to conclusions. [...]

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