Did you not find what you were looking for? Try the Advanced Search for more precise search options.
757 items matching your criteria.
Researchers at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed a supercapacitor or electrochemical capacitor (EC) composed of an expanded network of graphene — a one-atom-thick layer of graphitic carbon. The team demonstrated excellent mechanical and electrical properties as well as exceptionally high surface area.
As the nanocommunity celebrates the year since the pioneers of graphene won the Nobel Prize, NanoScienceWorks.org speaks with the co-editor of Graphene: Synthesis and Applications. This is first comprehensive book to look at the exciting industrial properties and promises of graphene’s planar sheet. Prof. Wonbong Choi is the Director of Nanomaterials & Device Laboratory at Florida International University’s Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering.
Rice University researchers have found a highly controllable way to attach organic molecules to pristine graphene. The work opens the door for a new class of chemical sensors, thermoelectric devices and metamaterials.
The Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF) is a national user facility that supports a broad range of nanoscale science and technology projects by providing state-of-the-art resources coupled with expert staff support.
The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842 by Rev. Edward F. Sorin, C.S.C., of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an independent, national Catholic university located in Notre Dame, Ind., adjacent to the city of South Bend and approximately 90 miles east of Chicago.
Biomimetic Connections, LLC is a California-based firm established in 2002 to advance the commercialization of bio-inspired and biomimetic IP. Through our suite of biomimetic and bio-inspired IP portfoilios, BioParadigm ACCESS, we serve corporations, bio/material scientists and product design engineers across the engineering spectrum seeking to identify, utilize and commercialize research outcomes derived from 'biological design paradigms' (tm)