Scientists have unveiled a new technology that could lead to video displays that faithfully reproduce a fuller range of colors than current models, giving such a life-like viewing experience that it could be hard to go back to your old TV.
The seminar, which will feature guest lecturers from both academia and business, will expose participants to the nanotech resources in their own backyards, and bring together local business leaders and university faculty currently applying these technologies.
Researchers were able to correlate high-resolution load-displacement measurements with individual video frames, showing how nanoscale volumes of aluminum deform under stress from a diamond nanoindenter.
Using silica beads with nanoscale pores as a carrier for two other nanoscale materials, researchers have created a powerful new tool for conducting rapid, high-throughput assays of biological function.
Researchers in Japan have succeeded in developing a highly porous platinum-alumina catalyst for use in industrial exhaust gas purificators with the characteristic of high temperature resistance coupled with a high efficiency.