Hitachi Maxell has announced development of a new catalyst used for oxygen-reduction reactions at the cathode of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC). The new catalyst is gold-platinum nanoparticle 2 to 3 nm in size and can generate approximately 4.8 times the oxygen-reduction current per unit area than commercial platinum catalysts.
Varian, Inc. announced its new 200-MS Series of ion trap mass spectrometers for GC/MS (gas chromatography/mass spectrometry). GC/MS is used by analytical chemists for the detection and characterization of compounds in samples from a variety of applications including environmental, toxicology, food safety and agriculture.
Manhattan Scientifics announced today that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to acquire Metallicum together with its patent rights to produce and market NanoTitanium and other ultra fine grain nano-structured metals.
DRI Capital Inc. and Nanogen, Inc. announced today that they have entered into an agreement for DRI to acquire, for US$10 million, all future royalties generated by Applied Biosystems under a license ABI has taken from Nanogen for MGB (minor groove binder) technology.
BioForce Nanosciences Holdings, Inc., a producer of integrated biological and mechanical systems for life science researchers at the micro and nano scales, today announced record revenue and gross profit for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2007.
mPhase/AlwaysReady, Inc. stated today that it is set to make battery history on Thursday, April 3rd at 9:00am ET, by demonstrating for the first time a significant breakthrough in battery technology enabled by microfluidics.
Five of the UK's leading plastic surgeons launch HEAL: a revolutionary new healing gel originally created to soothe and reduce inflammation of the skin following surgery but which has also proven to effectively treat everyday injuries such as sprains, sunburn, bruises and scar.
The Air Force is funding a joint project between Prime Photonics LC of Blacksburg, Va. and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte?s Micro-Photonics Lab to develop a revolutionary imaging technology that will integrate nano-engineered materials directly into image sensors.